School of Continuing EducationRegistration InformationContact UsUWM HomeShopping Cart
UWM logo

SCE HomepageDean's WelcomeCourses & ProgramsCertificate ProgramsDistance EducationCalendarSpecial EventsDepartments & CentersCommunity ResearchInternationalCenter for the Study of the WorkplaceFaculty & StaffCustomized TrainingKeep Me Posted
 

Connect With Us

 
HomeCourses & ProgramsFaculty & Staff
 

Guiding Children's Behaviors in Afterschool/School-Age Programs Training

 

Offered through the SCE Youth Work Learning Center, Guiding Children's Behaviors in School-Age Programs Training approaches behavior management from a positive, assets-based perspective. Recognizing that with a motivated staff, a basic knowledge base and the willingness to try new things, every school-age program can have an impact on the social and emotional growth of school-age children.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Explore how your own background, experiences and stress level influence the way you guide and discipline children
  • Understand our goal (teaching self-discipline and self-control)
  • Discuss the advantages of a child-centered vs. adult-controlled environment
  • Reinforce the relationships between growth and development, and learning styles and behavior

Close ▲

Notes
This is a course designed by WI DCF - School-Age YoungStar.
Requires DCF course specific approved trainer.
Requires a Registry approved trainer.

For registration, please contact Gevon Daynuah at daynuah@uwm.edu or 414-227-3351

  Sessions  
Dates and locations to be announced.
Fee: $45
CEUs: 1.5
Email us with your interest, contact:
Gevon M. Daynuah, Program Manager, daynuah@uwm.edu, 414-227-3351
 

Features

UWM Early Childhood Spring 2014 Catalog

Download the PDF

Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards Workshop
Jun. 2-22: Online
Get guidance for integrating state standards into your current curriculum.
Enroll Now

T.E.A.C.H.
T.E.A.C.H funding is available for tuition assistance to qualifying Wisconsin applicants. Call 1-800-783-9322 ext. 7240; or visit www.wisconsin earlychildhood.org.


Center for the Study of the Workplace
Learn about the real-world impact of workplace changes. Hear what leaders in both business and academia have to say and help propel yourself or your company into the future.
Learn more>>