Question options If a child is perfectly content with a situation and the

Question options if a child is perfectly content with

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Question options: If a child is perfectly content with a situation and the teacher is the unhappy one, it is likely the teacher owns the problem. When this is the case, the approaches a teacher can take are to express "I messages," change expectations, change the environment, remove himself/herself, or: Question options: Carl is getting tired of two children in his three-year-old room having wetting accidents on the playground. The class always uses the restroom before they go outside, but two of the boys are wetting themselves at least once a week, making Carl have to send them inside for clean clothes. He has tried talking to their
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parents and giving them stickers for days when they are dry at the end of playtime, but nothing seems to work. Think about the cause of this problem and choose the best solution. Question options: behavior Children who have severe emotional deficits or "unmet emotional needs" will often act out in extremely disruptive ways, or they will: Question options: iends. fear. Teaching children social skills, perspective- taking, __________ are important discipline strategies that promote lifelong, harmonious social interaction.
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