Effective Discipline Policies
How to Create a System that Supports Young Children’s Social-Emotional Competence



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How to Create a System that Supports Young Children’s Social-Emotional Competence

 

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Research has shown that preschool expulsion is not only harmful to young children, but young boys of color are more likely to be suspended or expelled than other children.

Challenging behaviors can derail an early childhood classroom, and punishment and exclusion aren’t the answer. Young children need support and instruction to help them learn how to cooperate, listen, share, interact positively with their peers and with adults. Where to start? Effective Discipline Policies will be your go-to resource.

  • Craft a developmentally appropriate, consistent, effective behavioral guidance policy
  • Create a system that supports young children’s social-emotional competence
  • Provide a healthy environment in which young children can learn and grow
  • Improve the quality of teacher-child interactions 
Sascha Longstreth, PhD

Dr. Longstreth is chair and associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. She began her career as a preschool teacher and has...

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Sarah Garrity

Sarah Garrity, EdD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. Her research and policy interests focus on early childhood workforce...

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