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Guiding the Behavior of Young Children
Establishing mutual respect Positive interaction Focusing on the child Encouragement of Self-control Effective discipline involves:
Through effective discipline… children can learn to make positive choices, learn problem-solving skills, and learn values of respect and responsibility.
Common-sense strategies Have a clear set of rules and routines Be consistent Concentrate on shaping positive behavior Structure the environment to support appropriate behavior
Always focus on the behavior
Allow children to make acceptable choices Allow children to experience logical consequences Observe children and anticipate problems
Ignore misbehavior when appropriate Interrupt or stop behavior that is harmful or unfair Treat children with "unconditional positive regard"
How to guide children's behavior 1. Keep a one-day record of the positive behavior guidance strategies you use. How many of these are you using?
Explain the rule and the reason. Allow children appropriate choices regarding their behavior.
Be firm and consistent. Allow children to experience the logical consequences of their actions. Ignore some behaviors. Praise children for appropriate behavior.
2. How many times during the day do you: Give in to inappropriate behavior? Use time-out? Not follow through with stated consequences?
3. Pick one positive discipline technique that you do not currently use and try it for several weeks with a child. Keep notes on how it works for you and the child.
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