Avoiding talking with campers.
Providing parents/guardians information and feedback.
Providing strong adult role modeling.
A, C and D
B, C and D
Immediately call your camp director to discuss the minor mistake.
View it as a chance to throw your coworker “under the buss.”
View it as a learning opportunity.
Is giving campers a high-5
Is using motivators
All of the above
Stops the behavior and creates long term behavior change
Starts the camper on the path to a success
Stops the camper from participating in all camp programs
Stops the behavior with no long term behavior change
Help campers constructively express their feelings and frustrations to resolve conflicts.
Provide reminders of desired behavior and warnings of consequences
Give campers alone time by stepping out of the room.
Both A and B
Both A and C
Leaders must be emotional.
Leaders must be willing to take risks.
Be unsure of limits.
Dependent on the leader.
Demonstrate more initiative.
Be angry all the time.
Come to work ready to go.
Be in control of their emotions at all times.
Be prepared to give parent/guardians information without feeling overwhelmed.
All of the above.