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2.5 / 2.5 points Working from a strengths-based perspective means: Question options: ngths to plan the curriculum. f some of the children to help others. trengths and building on them. ng voice and firm actions to help guide behavior. As of 2010, reports showed that approximately __________ children live in foster care in the United States. Question options: One way to help reduce aggressive behavior in a child is through: Question options: There are three levels of attention described in the text: attention for survival, attention to things of interest, and: Question options:
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. . n. s. Providing them with a soft, calming place in the classroom; making sure they know what to expect in their school day; and spending extra one-on-one time with them are all ways to help children who have: Question options: eath of a parent. blems. nity violence. A feeling-word chart: Question options: ow to recognize words with drawings of feelings. nitor emotions. lder children who can read. s to show a child how he or she is feeling. It is important to help children with chronic illnesses and extended absences stay connected to their classroom and their peers because: Question options: tical for these children's development.
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ot teachers.anything at home.hip with a teacher is important. One of the best ways to discover children's special talents is: Question options: rs. y choices. arious required activities. ore skilled students. The average age of children with a parent in prison in the United States is: Question options: Which is NOT a typical indication that a child is experiencingtrauma? Question options: ulties on span
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