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DISCIPINE & CHILD GUIDANCE

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Transcript of DISCIPINE & CHILD GUIDANCE

DISCIPINE & CHILD GUIDANCE
REASONS FOR MISBEHAVIOR
Stage of Growth:

the child is behaving in a normal manner for the stage of growth he/she is in: power, attention, revenge, assumed inadequacy are normal
Unfulfilled Needs:

The child’s needs are not being met and she/he is acting out in order to try to get his/her needs met.
Environment:

The child is uncomfortable in or does not understand his/her environment.
Doesn’t know Better:
The child has not been taught the concept he/she is dealing with.
POSITIVE GUIDANCE
Self-discipline
: ability to direct one’s own behavior
Children may rebel when parents punish rather than discipline
Respond to aggressive behavior in non-aggressive ways
Discipline
: guidance which helps the child learn self-control
Consistency is the key to guidance
Attention is a powerful reinforcer to guide children: they often misbehave for attention
Example: is a very effective way to teach children desired behavior
Natural Consequences
Natural Consequences: occur without interference, child can see the result of their choices
Cannot be used if the consequence will cause harm to self, others or property, or too far in the future.
LOGICAL CONSEQUECES
Logical Consequences: should be relevant to the misbehavior.

To make the punishment fit the crime.

Example: if Sally spills the paint, she must clean up the mess that is made
REDIRECTION
Children up to two years old can be easily distracted

Get him to focus on something else.

Example: if he is angry at the blocks area, lead him to a different area of the room and introduce a different activity
REVERSE ATTENTION
When a child’s behavior is inappropriate, focus on a child who is displaying the appropriate behavior and make a positive comment
Ignoring the negative, reinforcing the positive
If the first child changes his behavior, he should be immediately reinforced with a positive statement
LIMITED CHOICES
Do not give him an unlimited choice unless he can really have what is chosen.

Only give choices that are available.

Example: “Do you want juice or water for a drink?” rather than, ‘What would you like to drink?”

HOW TO RAISE A CHILD
The fun loving child
The sesitive child
The determined child
The more serious child
The Fun Loving Child
Primary conection to the world:
Social
Primary movement:
Bouncy/Random
Promary need:
Have fun
Happy Parents
Described as:
Friendly, bright, light-hearted

Judged as:
Hyperactive, unreliable

The Sensitive Child
Primary conection to the world:
Emotional
Primary movement:
Subtle/thoughtful
Promary need:
Feelings heard
Connected family
Described as:
Gentle, tender, mindful
Judged as:
Shy, whimpy, hypersensitive
The Determined Child
Primary conection to the world:
Physical
Primary movement:
Active/Determined
Promary need:
New experiences with parents
Support
Described as:
Busy, persistant, energetic
Judged as:
Pushy, demanding, loud
The Serious Child
Primary conection to the world:
Intelectual
Primary movement:
Straight forward/exact
Promary need:
Respect given/recieved
Described as:
efficiant, analytical, thourough
Judged as:
Critical, know-it-all
Ask Yourself:

Does my child feel overly controlled?

Has my child had too much alone time?

Is something in my child's life too serious?


Ask youself:

Does my child feel unheard or dimissed?

Have my child's plans been ignored?

Is something in my child's life too intense?


Ask yourself:

Does my child lack enought physical outlets?

Has my child been told "no" too often lately?

Is something in my child's life too stifling

Ask yourself:

Does my child need to feel more respected?

Does my child need more time to relfect and focus?

Is something in my child's life embarassing?

Fun Loving Child
Sensitive Child
Determined Child
Serious Child
Surprise
your child.

Facilitate
friendship
.

Have
fun
with them.
Reassure
your child.

Give time to
relax
.

Connect
with them.
Encourage
your child.

Let them
move
fast.

Allow
adventure
.
Respect
their authority.

Support
structure
.

Focus
when listening.
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