Infant and toddler biting in group care is one of the most difficult issues that programs, families, teachers and children have to deal with. This workshop will address why infants and toddlers bite in group care including the three types of biting. Through the use of real-life written scenarios, participants will explore how to reduce biting through various strategies that center on child development, environmental situations and teacher interactions. Written scenarios will also be used in learning strategies to deal with biting incidents when they occur and how best to communicate with families on biting issues.
2100 Sherman Ave., #300
Cincinnati, OH 45212