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the proactive and reactive stragtegies used with in work role
When a person is proactive in a nursery setting, they plan, plan, plan. They have noticed patterns of behavior, what precedes the behavior and plans appropriate actions or activities to prevent negative behavior and encourage positive behavior. [ [ For example, if inappropriate or uncooperative behavior occurs during a transition time, then the adult notices how long the children have been
sitting, whether or not they are restless or who they should or should not be sitting next to. The children may need to take a break by doing a music and movement activity, finger play or playing a game, or singing a song. A child who has challenging behavior may need to be walked to the chart of rules and have a "gentle review/reminder" of how to behave. He or she may need to be guided to set goals toward positive behavior and given a set of alternatives that will guide him or her in that direction. For example, a child who wiggles a lot and punches the air, may need to be taught how to do circular motions with his thumbs quietly. This is a way to provide energy output, without others being distracted and harmed. A chart of positive behavior can be formulated by and for the class. An individual chart that states positive actions as alternatives can be created. Every time the child completes a positive action, a sticker can be placed to show an accomplishment. ] ]
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User: what safeguards should be used when restrictive physical interventions are used?

User: describe safeguards that must be in place if restrictive physical interventions are used

User: the difference between proactive and reactive strategies

User: identify the proactive and reactive strategies that are used within own work role

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Weegy: When a person is proactive in a nursery setting, they plan, plan, plan. They have noticed patterns of behavior, what precedes the behavior and plans appropriate actions or activities to prevent negative behavior and encourage positive behavior. [ [ For example, if inappropriate or uncooperative behavior occurs during a transition time, then the adult notices how long the children have been sitting, whether or not they are restless or who they should or should not be sitting next to. The children may need to take a break by doing a music and movement activity, finger play or playing a game, or singing a song. A child who has challenging behavior may need to be walked to the chart of rules and have a "gentle review/reminder" of how to behave. He or she may need to be guided to set goals toward positive behavior and given a set of alternatives that will guide him or her in that direction. For example, a child who wiggles a lot and punches the air, may need to be taught how to do circular motions with his thumbs quietly. This is a way to provide energy output, without others being distracted and harmed. A chart of positive behavior can be formulated by and for the class. An individual chart that states positive actions as alternatives can be created. Every time the child completes a positive action, a sticker can be placed to show an accomplishment. ] ]
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