Creating Appropriate Classroom Expectations - English - ProSolutions Training

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Creating Appropriate Classroom Expectations
language English

Course Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Define rule-setting and the importance of helping young children develop rules
  • Identify three reasons preschoolers have difficulty in understanding and developing rules
  • List developmentally appropriate classroom expectations
  • Identify developmentally appropriate methods of explaining classroom expectations to children
  • Demonstrate five strategies to help preschoolers develop rules
  • Develop a plan to implement the expectations


schedule 2 Hours
star_outline 0.20 CEUs
computer 1 year unlimited access
verified_user Certificate of completion
face Early childhood training approval


Young children want to be well-behaved, they want to learn, and they want to please their caregivers. However, they need guidance for developmentally appropriate expectations. Teachers need to understand child development and developmentally appropriate practice in order to support young children in this process.

This course will teach you how to create, explain, and implement expectations for young children. In the end, the goal is for students to understand that the expectations make their classroom a better place. We will also identify ways to teach young children about creating rules and also share strategies for helping them manage their feelings about rules.

This course will be divided into two parts:
  • Part 1 - Creating Appropriate Classroom Expectations
  • Part 2 - Helping Young Children Understand and Follow Expectations

  • Not all courses are approved for early care and education in every state. Please check State and CEU Approvals page for details.