1 edition of Using discipline constructively. found in the catalog.
Using discipline constructively.
|Series||Helping children grow, EC / Oregon State University Extension Service -- 1289., Extension circular (Oregon State University. Extension Service) -- 1289.|
|Contributions||Bailey, Cindee M., Oregon State University. Extension Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet ( p.) ;|
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-- Midwest Book ReviewCited by: Sippy Cup: Using Discipline and Consequences It’s all fun and games until the sippy cup hits the floor for the hundredth time. Join a mother in search of ways to deal constructively with her daughter’s misbehavior. In the classroom, what you say and how you say it is important.
Use an expressive, sincere voice to encourage a student that struggles with new concepts. Quietly affirm someone who has little support or encouragement at home. When the class (or a student) is overly-excited, a calm, steady voice can help diffuse the situation.
How do you praise your toddler constructively. Be Specific Use warm, admiring language when your little one is trying hard, for example, not to snatch the toy she covets from a playmate. You might say, “You’re sharing the toys so nicely with Ellen.
Do you want to play with the other doll?” Or maybe she is learning how to stack blocks. A danger of using empathic responding during problem identification is that the student's explanations may simply be a means of avoiding responsibility.
t Problem solving conferences are usually reserved for chronic situations that have not yielded to simpler remedies. • Discipline constructively using time-out for 1 minute/ year of age • Limit TV time to hours/day • Make time for each child in family • Praise good behavior • Promote language using simple words • Provide age-appropriate toys • Provide favorite toy for self-soothing during sleep time • Read books and talk about pictures.
Authoritative Parenting using the Discipline Model. Authoritative parents take the following approach to the components of discipline. They Relationship. Are devoted to building the parent-child relationship with the primary goal of developing their child’s character and competence.
Are appropriately responsive to their child’s needs. The parent loves the child unconditionally, rather than using "love withdrawal" or other punishment techniques to control and manipulate the child with punishment or rewards.
Instead, the the parent sees him or herself as a coach, offering the child loving guidance so the child learns to manage emotion, and therefore behavior.
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The ____ approach to discipline builds on the philosophy that violations of procedures and rules by employees are actions that usually can be constructively corrected. Traditional discipline minimizes communication and employs threatening language at every stage.
For those of you not in HR, progressive discipline is often a four-step process (verbal warning, written warning, final written warning or suspension, and termination), and HR professionals are trained to end each step with the not-so-hopeful refrain: "Failure to correct the problem may.
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MODULE5 7 Manage learner behavior constructively by applying positive and non-violent discipline to ensure learning-focused environments Effective teachers choose positive and non-violent discipline that encourages positive behavior and motivate learners to feel good about themselves and the decisions they make.The authoritative parenting style is an approach to child-rearing that combines warmth, sensitivity, and the setting of limits.
Parents use positive reinforcement and reasoning to guide children. They avoid resorting to threats or punishments.