Participants will gain skills for effective supervision of children/ youth by examining expected outcomes of working with children/youth, using tools for communicating expectations and applying techniques for dealing with problem behaviors.
In this training participants will:
Identify social-emotional skills important to the development and growth of children and youth, to incorporate into their daily work
Identify ways to communicate expectations for behaviors
Identify and practice specific skills required for effective supervision of children and youth.
Participants review the Five Effective Supervision Guidelines and share a Heart Story.
Participants will work to define social-emotional skills and develop a plan to help children and youth practice and develop social-emotional skills.
Expectations for Behavior
Participants will use a model activity for developing expectations for appropriate behavior.
Participants will work to refine their supervision skills, using the Behavior Guidance strategies and scenarios for thinking through a situation.
Training Length: 2 hours