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Subject Social Emotional Learning — Develops Positive Behaviors
Grade Level PreK, Kindergarten, Grades 1-12
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What parents and teachers do when children are not acting out may be the first step to promoting good behavior. Developmental psychologist, Ed Feil, PhD, studies "First Step Next," a school and home-based intervention program that redirects focus from negative behavior to more positive behavior by providing positive feedback when kids are behaving well. Giving kids a pat on the back or telling them what a good job they’re going can help improve positive social skills and decrease negative behaviors.

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First Steps to Promote Good Behavior
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