Managing Classroom Behaviors of Young Children


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One of the most valuable strategies in which positive behavior is met with praise in the hopes that it will continue is called what?

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1. What does IEP stand for?

2. Intentionally ignoring negative or disruptive behaviors is called?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Find out how well you understand the steps educators take to manage the classroom behaviors of young kids using these assessments. Questions on this interactive quiz and printable worksheet are multiple-choice and gauge your knowledge of strategies and plans used in classroom behavior management.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessment tools can test your understanding of the following:

  • Strategy designed to offer praise for students' positive behavior
  • What the acronym IEP stands for
  • Action of intentionally ignoring students' negative behaviors
  • Initiatives in schools designed to discourage bullying
  • Best practices for managing classroom behaviors

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding ways to manage the behaviors of young kids in the classroom
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson, such as what the acronym IEP stands for
  • Distinguishing differences - differentiate between the educator strategies of meeting positive behaviors with praise and intentionally ignoring negative and disruptive behaviors

Additional Learning

For more information on ways educators can manage young students' classroom behaviors, review the accompanying lesson called Managing Classroom Behaviors of Young Children. In this lesson, the following is covered:

  • Benefits of establishing and enforcing proper expectations of students
  • Ways to use non-verbal body language to manage classroom behaviors
  • Outside intervention options for educators