Managing Children’s Behaviour (Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at 7-8PM EST)


Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EST

Fee: $30.00 for this workshop

Session Breakdown

60 minute Course Work

Virtual Platform: Zoom

By registering for a workshop/course participants declare they have read, understood and agree with all policies listed at the bottom of the page.

19 in stock


Who is this Workshop for?

Centre Supervisors who wish to connect with their parents by introducing them to virtual parent education opportunities.  Connect with Cathy at 416-575-9158 to see how your centre can host a parent education night through our virtual training platform.

Individual Parents who would like to get new perspectives and strategies to best support them in parenting their toddler or preschool-age child

Typical questions parents may have:

  • How do I get my child to stop hitting?
  • How do I stop them from Screaming and yelling or whining?
  • How can I reduce their temper tantrums?
  • How can I help them to think for themselves, learn independence, be responsible, be cooperative, listen to my directions, become a caring, compassionate, kind human being?

This workshop will Focus on 3 foundation areas that lead to positive behaviour management strategies for toddler and preschool behaviour in a very concise way due to time.

Learning outcomes

Areas to focus on: Addressing emotion, adult language, Expectations= foundation knowledge for managing children’s behaviour to answer most parents’ biggest questions about how to support their child in becoming the person they want them to become.

Parents will learn how to:

  1. Address Their Child’s Emotions- Addressing and allowing positive ways for children to express difficult emotions such as anger, frustration, disappointment, boredom and how emotions are directly related to behaviours. STAR method will be introduced
  2. Reflect on Their Language, - words that can support a child’s sense of self and self-esteem that lead to development of positive character traits, i.e. sense of responsibility, accountability for behavior, kindness, helpfulness, cooperativeness, engagement, ability to think for themselves, independence
  3. Understand developmental abilities related to Toddler and Preschool Development to better give Expectations that are more realistic rather than unrealistic

(Realistic expectations vs unrealistic expectation =calm behaviour vs a temper tantrum)

Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. EST

Fee: $30.00 for this workshop

Session Breakdown

60 minute Course Work

Virtual Platform: Zoom- Please ensure that this is installed and working on your device prior to the workshop. We ask that you log on 15 minutes prior to the first session to ensure there are no technical difficulties.

A link will be emailed to you a day before the workshop.

Intended For: Supervisor/Director, Registered ECE, Early Childhood Assistant, Designated Early Childhood Educator, EarlyON Staff, Parents

Disclaimer: The session dates are subject to change due to the number of participants that sign up. The sessions will be rescheduled if there are less than 10 participants

By registering for a workshop/course participants declare they have read, understood and agree with all policies listed at the bottom of the page.

Presented By: Cathy Turalinski; RECE, B.A


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Here you will find our policies and code of conduct for the course. Please make sure that you review all policies prior to purchase, by registering for a workshop/course participants declare they have read, understood and agree with all policies.

Workshop / Course Policies
  1. It is the participants’ responsibility to read the workshop/course description and make sure the training selected is suitable for their learning needs.
  2. Participants must be 19 years of age at the time of registration. Participants can be parents and/or ECE, ECA or child & youth workers, who are currently working in an early learning environment
  3. Experience with children from 2-6 yrs will promote the most participation.
  4. Participants must stay for the full workshop/course to receive a certificate for RECE continuous professional learning requirements for Ontario early childhood educators.
  5. Doors close 15 minutes after start time in respect to facilitator and participants.
  6. We are unable to accommodate children during workshop/course time. Please make childcare arrangements.
  7. Payment must be made at the time of registration to confirm a seat. Registration is online only.
  8. Receipts and handouts are always sent by email.
  9. There is a $15 charge to reprint a certificate or receipt for up to 1 year from the workshop/course date.
  10. Everyone in the class must abide by the Classroom Code of Conduct.
  11. These are non-credit workshops/courses, meaning they cannot be applied towards the completion of a university or college certificate, diploma or degree.
  12. While facilitators strive to cover each workshop’s content as outlined in the description as closely as possible, it is important to point out that each educator is on an individual and unique learning pathway. 
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  1. Requests for cancellations must be received at least 3 business days prior to the workshop/course date to get a credit towards a future date for the same workshop minus any Administration Fees.
  2. All cancellations are subject to a $10 Administration Fee, except for workshops/courses that are $100 or more, which have a $25 Administration Fee.
  3. No monies will be refunded or credits offered once the workshop/course starts, or if it’s missed.
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  5. If a class is missed registrants forfeit their fee and there will be no refund or credit.
Classroom Code of Conduct

We are all guests in the training room. In an effort to maintain a safe and welcoming environment, we ask that we follow these guidelines:

  1. Respect people’s choices, experiences and feelings.
  2. One person speaks at a time.
  3. Participate actively by including your voice and make space for other voices to be heard.
  4. Respect confidentiality, what is said in the group, stays in the group. Speak in private with the instructor if necessary.
  5. Assume the best intent. This is a space to learn and sometimes that means making mistakes.
  6. Take care of yourself, whatever that may look like.
  7. Mute your microphone to reduce background noise and unmute it for group discussions, to comment or ask questions.