BROWSE THE LIBRARY
Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only
Filter by Custom Post Type

Temperament

Temperament
November 13, 2015 yourvillage

Temperament
What works well with one child, may not work well with another. This is largely due to each child’s unique personality traits, known as temperament. Learn about these traits and ways to help and guide your unique child to thrive in their own way to foster long-term success at home, school and beyond. Full Class Time: 1hr 13min 
Module 1Overview
Overview of temperament, including what it is and why everyone is different
Unit 1Temperament Overview
Module 2Activity Level
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly active or low in activity leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Active
Unit 2Less Active
Module 3Sensitivity Level
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly sensitive or low in sensitivity leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Sensitive
Unit 2Less Sensitive
Module 4Feelings Aware
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly feelings aware or low in feelings awareness leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Aware
Unit 2Less Aware
Module 5Persistence
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly persistent or low in persistence to leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Persistent
Unit 2Low in Persistence
Module 6Distractibility
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly distracable or highly focused to leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Distractible
Unit 2Highly Focused
Module 7Adaptability
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly adaptable or low in adaptability leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Adaptable
Unit 2Less Adaptable
Module 8Rhythmicity
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly rhythmic or low in rhythmicity to leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Rhythmic
Unit 2Low in Rhythmicity
Module 9Intensity
Learn about this trait, as well as ways to support and help a child who is either highly expressive or low in expression to leverage the strengths and strengthen the weakness of this trait.
Unit 1Highly Expressive
Unit 2Less Expressive
Module 10General Mood
Learn about the 3 general moods, and how to help and support your child's strengths or strengthen the weaknesses that are common with whichever general mood she falls into.
Unit 1Generally Happy
Unit 2Generally Serious
Unit 3Realistic
Module 11High Needs Baby
Babies who are considered "high needs" fall into the high end of the spectrum in 4 particular areas of temperament. But parenting a baby with high needs can feel overwhelming so they are more vulnerable to poor parenting and attachment issues. Learn about what "high needs" means and how to deal with this issue to get through the tough times to find your amazing child who is just a diamond in the rough.
Unit 1High Needs Baby
Module 12Summary
Summary of the important points covered in the temperament class.
Unit 1Temperament Summary