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Positive Discipline with Love: successful parents and childr

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Positive Discipline with Love: successful parents and children
Agenda and Opener
"Imagine, for example, that at exactly 4:12 p.m. your eight-year-old son is teasing his five-year-old sister for the eighteenth time since they got home from school. What would you do?" p. 22
Defining Discipline: What does it look like?
Definitions
Discipline-Training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement. To train by instruction and practice, especially to teach self-control to.2. To teach to obey rules or accept authority. Education) systematic training in obedience to regulations and authority
Parenting Styles, strategies and maintenance:
Positive Discipline
Consistent, decisive, calm
No talking and no emotion (positive is great!)
Natural consequences go a long way
Grandma's rule
Behavior Contracts and Agreements
Time out
Taking away privileges
Problem Solving together


Parent Handouts and Resources
Conclusion
Closing activity:
What would you do differently?

Questions?
Resources
http://e-montessori.com/montessori-education/80-freedom-and-discipline.html
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/
http://discipline.about.com/od/typesofdiscipline/a/Positive-Discipline-Techniques.htm
http://discipline.about.com/od/decreasenegativebehaviors/a/Grandmas-Rule-Of-Discipline-Teach-Kids-Privileges-Can-Be-Earned.htm
http://discipline.about.com/od/teachingnewskills/a/Teach-Kids-Problem-Solving-Skills.htm
http://www.loveandlogic.com/t-Free-Articles-and-Handouts-for-Parents.aspx
http://www.123magic.com/
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/discipline
https://www.google.co.ve/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=Lt9wmtanLnenlM&tbnid=2tqa6zZxqs3djM:&ved=0CAQQjB0&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.wakeforestmontessori.com%2Fcategory%2Fnews%2F&ei=r-zTUve5LY60kAeQ2ICICA&bvm=bv.59026428,d.eW0&psig=AFQjCNHPy3kWWvPhvfBPg-YEFqkOaSlWEg&ust=1389706788414743
Quick Tips:
"When it comes to discipline, you want to be consistent, decisive and calm." p. 30 123


"Parents who routinely focus on the end result rather than on the learning taking place wind up with kids who have a negative self-concept about their skills." loc 631 12% pg?
"This child is having a major temper tantrum on the kitchen floor at 6 p.m. because you- in your hardness of heart- would not give him a small bag of potato chips right before dinner. your son is banging his head on the floor, kicking your new kitchen cabinets, and screaming bloody murder. you are sure the neighbors can hear the noise all the way down the block, and you're at a loss for what to do." (many others have given you suggestions that seem to be unacceptable at the moment)p. 33
"A mother and father stand outside of a restaurant in the rain asking their three-year-old, Chloe, to get in the car so the family can go home. Chloe refuses. -loc 187 4%
Video:
What would you do?
Drill Sergeant
Consultant
Helicopter
Parenting Styles:

Effective parents are: *Warm and friendly on the one hand
AND
*demanding and firm on the other hand
Expect something from your children
Have fun with your child
Parents have 3 jobs: controlling obnoxious behavior, encouraging good behavior and strengthening your relationship with your child
"This child is having a major temper tantrum on the kitchen floor at 6 p.m. because you- in your hardness of heart- would not give him a small bag of potato chips right before dinner. your son is banging his head on the floor, kicking your new kitchen cabinets, and screaming bloody murder. you are sure the neighbors can hear the noise all the way down the block, and you're at a loss for what to do." (many others have given you suggestions that seem to be unacceptable at the moment)p. 33
"A mother and father stand outside of a restaurant in the rain asking their three-year-old, Chloe, to get in the car so the family can go home. Chloe refuses. -loc 187 4%
"Imagine, for example, that at exactly 4:12 p.m. your eight-year-old son is teasing his five-year-old sister for the eighteenth time since they got home from school. What would you do?" p. 22
Norms
Orders
Rules
http://www.loveandlogic.com/t-Free-Articles-and-Handouts-for-Parents.aspx
http://www.123magic.com/
http://www.positivediscipline.com/
Love and Logic Podcast
http://www.youtube.com/user/LoveandLogic1
http://www.youtube.com/user/123MagicParenting
http://www.youtube.com/positivediscipline
http://randibrattin.wix.com/ms-brattin-lpc-ncc
https://sites.google.com/site/cictransitiondepartment/home
Good Reads!
Tips for maintenance
Things to do in this situation:
Family meeting to reinstate the rules
Model norms you want your children to follow
Reinforce positive behaviors and accomplishments
Continue to do what works
***********Frustrate your kids regularly************
Don’t give up even if it does not work 100% of the time: Be persistent and firm
If you fall of the discipline wagon, remember you can always hop back on:
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