Teachers should intervene quickly to help children solve problems when more than one child wants the same toy, wants to play in the same spot, or wants another child to move out of the way. Watch as the teacher in this video interprets what the children are trying to do and say but also suggests actions and words to help resolve conflicts while sharing playground equipment.
Part of: Examples
Topic: Support for Children's Regulation
Category: Category 2: Teacher-Child Interactions | Subcategory: Category 2: Support for Children’s Regulation | Measure: P-SCR-07: Assists in Peer Communications