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how can your own behavior Impact negatively on interactions with children and young people
Weegy: The various environments that children encounter in day-to-day life have an impact on their overall behaviors and attitudes. From the classroom to home life, environments can either be a positive or negative influence. [ In addition to the emotional influence of the environment, research presented from Dartmouth College in 2004 at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association revealed that other concerns such as toxins and poor air quality can also alter behavior. Maintaining a healthy atmosphere ensures that any behavioral changes are due to the child's own actions and are not caused by outside influence. Read more: Does the Environment Affect a Child's Behavior? | eHow.com ] (More)
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Your own behavior could promote effective interactions with children & young people by helping them develop self-confidence, self-esteem and positive views about themselves by promoting positive living.
Weegy: Positive behavior is built primarily on good relationships and communication. By demonstrating this kind of behavior with others, you will be showing the positivity that good behavior brings. (More)
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is there an illness which will require a week to recover from?
Weegy: Yes, the flu often takes a week to recover from. (More)
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what illness will you need to take a week of school to recover?
Weegy: You can get a particularly bad case of the flu that could last that long. Most other illnesses that take that long involve hospital visits. Like getting your appendix out or having other minor/major surgery. (More)
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You notice a colleague manhandling a child and you feel that it was unnecessary in the situation. This colleague has disclosed to you in the past that they dislike this child. what should you do about this?
Weegy: Talk to the person and inform him that manhandling a child is incorrect. (More)
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