Why is it important for early childhood educators to have an understanding of resiliency? How could knowledge of a child’s risk and protective factors change your attitude and your behavior toward a child or her family?
Early childhood educators should be familiar with the various risk and
protective factors associated with resiliency to better shape their
approaches to teaching and developing relationships with caregivers.
Socioeconomic status (crowding, inadequate housing, community violence,
poor quality schools) is the number one risk factor for students.knowledge of a child’s risk and protective factors can change can shape your
approaches to teaching and developing relationships with caregivers
Jun 8th, 2015
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