b ignore it it is developmentally typical of children his age c have another

B ignore it it is developmentally typical of children

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b) ignore it; it is developmentally typical of children his age. c) have another child bite him so he knows how it feels. d) make sure to make Eric feel nurtured, loved, and cared for to prevent a future occurrence. Question 9 (2.5 points) Saved Which of the following is one strategy that can be used with boys to increase the likelihood of their success in the classroom? Question 9 options: a) Discuss during circle time the effects of their behavior on the whole group b) Place them in time-out as a punishment c) Allow boys to have increased indoor and outdoor large-motor and whole-body experiences d) Use the threat of the consequence but allow them to play on if they are being active Question 10 (2.5 points) Saved
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The "funds of knowledge" that Keyser experienced when working professionally with young children involves what? Question 10 options: a) Saving the parents b) Having an early childhood education background c) Experiences, traditions, and culture families bring d) The same thing as reciprocal relationships Question 11 (2.5 points) Saved If Darren hits Zaya because she took his truck away and the teacher recognizes that the hitting was because Darren has limited language, then that teacher would probably use what term to describe his hitting behavior? Question 11 options: a) Functional behavior b) Mistaken behavior c) Inappropriate behavior d) Appropriate behavior Question 12 (2.5 points) Saved Jenn's teacher lets her mother know at the end of the day that "Jenn did not sleep at all during nap time and then would not eat her snack. Her diaper changes were normal, and she was
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not running a temperature." What type of message was delivered? Question 12 options: a) Information log b) Daily chitchat c) Tennis ball message d) Daily notes "About my day" Question 13 (2.5 points) Saved What would be an example of a neutral place for parents and teachers to have a conference? Question 13 options: a) The child's home b) The local library c) An empty room in the school d) There are no neutral meeting places for parents and teachers. Question 14 (2.5 points) Saved Danielle is a new child at her child care center. She is 18 months old and has been in 3 different foster care homes thus far. She is irritable most of the time and does not play well with other children. She often seeks comfort from caregivers and teachers, but then screams when she receives it. What type of attachment is Danielle most likely exhibiting?
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Question 14 options: a) Secure attachment b) Secure base confusion c) Insecure-ambivalent/resistant attachment d) Disorganized attachment Question 15 (2.5 points) Saved According to Strain and Hammeter, what can teachers do so that they become more comfortable with disturbing behavior? Question 15 options: a) Remove the child from the class so that the teacher can be more effective with the other children b) Report the family to social services since the parents have not been involved with trying to solve the child's problem c) Focus on small successes and avoid blaming parents or other uncontrollable events d)
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