http://www.PositiveDiscipline. Classroom management challenges are growing as our school systems experience financial cut backs, staffing shortages, larger class size. Managing the classroom in the face of these difficult factors requires new tools and a new openness to creative teaching and discipline strategies. Dr. Jane Nelsen talks about her book Positive Discipline in the Classroom in this video overview. The major difference between Positive Discipline in the Classroom and other forms of classroom management is that Positive Discipline does not include any form of punishment. Punishment is designed to make kids pay for what they done. Positive Discipline teaches kids to focus on solutions. For example, through the use of class meetings, children learn to give compliments and recognize the good in each other. This approach teaches kids how to verbalize what they appreciate about others. This is a wonderful skill that guides students toward solving problems by looking for solutions rather than someone to blame. The Positive Discipline approach in parenting has been around for over 25 years and it has dramatically changed how parents and teachers discipline children in loving and effective ways. Positive Discipline in the Classroom empowers the child and creates a teaching environment that encourages success, communication, and self control. Positive Discipline is not about permissiveness. Positive Discipline is not about punishment. Positive Discipline is not about control and power. So what is Positive Discipline? Positive Discipline is both Kind and Firm at the same time. Positive Discipline helps children feel a sense of Belonging and Significance. Positive Discipline is a non-punitive approach that works over the long term not just the short term. Positive Discipline helps parents and teachers become aware of what their children are thinking, feeling and deciding. If you want to change how your classroom responds to the many challenges facing teachers, learn more about this powerful book - Positive Discipline in the Classroom. There are more parenting and teaching tips in this video and plenty more on Dr. Nelsen's website, http://www.PositiveDiscipline.com. Visit her site to get your FREE Parenting Guide. Dr. Nelsen is a parenting expert who has written 19 books on parenting. Dr. Nelsen resides in the San Diego area and is available nationwide for keynote addresses, parenting workshops, teacher training workshops and media interviews on any topic related to parenting.
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Students in Julia Carey's second grade class practice giving compliments and appreciations and then help a classmate solve a problem.
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Here we are having a class meeting at Little Tykes Home Daycare and Preschool. (we are all wearing our yellow field trips shirts about to go to Happy Hollow Park and Zoo!) During the class meeting we discuss rules at school, such as clean up time, manners, and how to treat our friends etc. It's a great idea to also have family meeting at home too. If you noticed, there weren't any rules stating "No hitting, no throwing toys... etc" You want to say it in the positive about what you want to see. Example "Be gentle" or "walking feet." Google Positive Discipline by Jane Nelsen to learn more about the philosophy. Great Read! Please visit my website at LittleTykesHomeDaycare.com
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I (Jane) always love it when Lynn decides to do an activity in a new way. I think you are fortunate that you are able to watch her creativity in action. Now you have the choice to do the Top Card activity the way Lynn did it on the video and/or to practice doing the activity the way it is done in the Teaching Parenting Manual.
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A first and a third grade teacher use a positive, respectful time-out to help children get back on track when they're just beginning to lose self-control. **Sub-titled ***FOR PURCHASE INFORMATION OR TO REQUEST PREVIEW OF THE FULL LENGTH VIDEO FOR PURCHASE CONSIDERATION PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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http://www.ConsciousDiscipline.com Awareness is a better agent of change than consequences. Helping children become aware of their actions by using the skill of noticing will strengthen their frontal lobes, bring their awareness to their actions and facilitate lasting change. Join Dr. Becky Bailey, the founder of Conscious Discipline, as she explores noticing vs. judging. www.ConsciousDiscipline.com
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Practical Strategies for Peaceful Parenting A Family Center "Ask the Experts" presentation with Susan Radzilowki, MSW, LMSW, ACSW This presentation will view behavior through the lens of positive parenting. A guiding principal of this framework is to remember that all behavior has meaning. Using positive discipline strategies when your child’s behavior is a concern can help to transform problem behaviors into teachable moments.
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In an effort to support literacy learning and high-quality education in Ghana, IDP Foundation, Inc. and Sesame Workshop partnered to create an engaging and innovative Teacher Guide and set of 10 teacher training videos, entitled Techniques for Effective Teaching, to support the needs of existing low-fee private schools participating in the IDP Rising Schools Program. The following ten videos are promoting child-centered, active teaching and learning in low-fee private school classrooms in Ghana. If you are interested in using the Techniques for Effective Teaching videos or would like to provide any feedback, please email Allison Rohner at email@example.com.
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All parenting videos - http://www.drkit.org/parentingvideos In this video, Dr. Cagle, an Elementary School Principal, provides parenting advice related to the parenting of preschoolers.
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This is a short clip from a recent parenting workshop I held on Enhancing The Parent/Child Relationship. In this clip I discuss how to help avoid child behavior problems. I have more help for parents and a great parenting course at http://www.jennifertavana.com/children
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2014 Jack London Award Winner: The Adlerian Positive Discipline program at Santa Rosa Charter School (Santa Rosa, CA). The program goal is to provide positive discipline training to preschool through 8th grade students and their families.
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Starting pre -school is a huge milestone in the life of a child.Life as a pre-schooler is really different from life as a toddler and the changes involved are really not that easy to handle. When a toddler becomes a pre-schooler he literally needs to rethink his whole identity and that is not easy for someone who is barely two years old. So, think about it like this. Right from the time your child is born he is the focus of all your attention. In fact he is the focus of every adult’s attention around her. Every adult around her is constantly playing with her talking to her or being nice to her. And then one fine day your child goes to school. The adults she is used to are missing and the attention she is used to is also missing. There is one teacher who is now dividing her attention between all the 15 – 20 children in her class. And so in the matter of a day your child has to get used to getting 1/20th of the attention that she was used to. It is a drastic step down in importance for her and obviously a transition that is very difficult to make. You can make this transition easy for your child if you introduce your child to these 3 things. First - let your child understand that she will not get attention as soon as she demands it. Let your child get used to requests like “please wait” – “just give me a minute I will soon be there” before she goes to preschool. If you always drop everything that you are doing to be with your child as soon she asks you She will be severely disappointed when she doesn’t get that kind of attention from her teacher in preschool. Second - train your child to work at tasks even when she is not the center of all attention. If she is used to your constantly giving her attention while she is playing or drawing she will constantly ask for her teacher’s attention and disrupt the class and this will make her very unpopular in the classroom. Third teach your child that taking turns is important explain to her that everyone must come first sometimes but everyone must also take a turn at coming last sometimes. Being able to take turns will make her very popular with both her teachers and her classmates. Preschool is your child’s first encounter with the outside world make an effort to make this a pleasant experience for your child. Read More On http://whatparentsask.com/3-things-child-must-learn-starting-preschool/ . For Video Details Visit http://whatparentsask.com/about-parenting-dr-debmita-dutta/Follow us on - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/whatparentsask Twitter - https://twitter.com/whatparentsask Pinterest - https://in.pinterest.com/whatparentsaskc/ Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/108240824639432610270
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Parents want to know how to praise their child in a way that creates lasting change and strengthens their relationship. Building self esteem in children through the power of praise will transform your family. Using the skill of Effective Praise allows you to focus on praising your child for anything they do right, no matter how small. When you focus on positive behavior you encourage your child to repeat the behavior you want instead of the behavior you don’t want. When a child feels they are being recognized for the good things they are doing and offered words of encouragement, they are less likely to act out in negative ways. Using Effective Praise will increase your child’s confidence, improve their behavior, and strengthen your family’s dynamic. http://www.smarterparenting.com/lesson/view/effective-praise For most parents, praising their child doesn’t come naturally. In the midst of everyday life it is easier to see all the things our children are doing wrong; such as the shoes left in the middle of the floor, the toys they didn’t pick up, etc. As parents we may feel it is our job to point out everything our child is doing wrong as it will encourage them to change. When we only focus on the things our children are doing wrong we are actually increasing their negative behaviors while damaging our relationship. How do you focus on the positive thing your child does if you feel they do nothing good? While it may seem crazy, you can always find something positive in even the most frustrating situations. It’s learning how to find and recognize the positive that’s hard and takes some work. Effective Praise shows you how to recognize and vocalize the good things you see your child doing. While it may seem easy to give praise, it takes work to do it right. Effective Praise is different than just praise. General praise, things like, “good job,” or “I’m so proud of you” don’t have the power of descriptive praise. The strength of Effective Praise is that your child knows exactly what behavior you want them to repeat and why it’s important for them to do so. Children work well in specifics--so do most adults. By giving your child descriptive praise it leaves no room for ambiguity or misinterpretation. How to praise a child with words is easy when using the four steps of Effective Praise. Step 1: Show your approval or find a positive When a child is acting out, it can be hard to know what to praise as you don’t them thinking their negative behavior is ok. You can always find something positive that doesn’t encourage their behavior. For example, if your child is hitting their sibling but stops when you ask them to stop. Using the first step you’d say, “Thank you for stop hitting your brother when I asked.” Step 2: Describe the positive behavior you want. Be specific Next step is to describe the behavior you want. This step takes some practice in getting comfortable with being specific. Sticking with the above situation, for step 2 it’d go like, “When you play with your brother you need to keep your hands to yourself and when your brother takes something away from you I need you to come tell me instead of hitting him.” Step 3: Give a meaningful reason for your child to behave in the positive way For most parents this is the hardest step. We are really good at coming up with reasons that mean something for us for our child to behave how they want them. We find ourselves saying things like, “It’ll make me happy,” or “will help mom out.” While good reason, they often don’t mean that much to your child. Instead, saying something like, “When you don’t hit your brother and come talk to me, you won’t be put into timeout for hitting.” All of the sudden your child has a reason to behave how you want. There will be times when you’ll need to issue a consequence even as you’re finding the positive and praising your child. For example, using the above example. You’d add, “because you did hit your brother you’ll need to be in timeout for 5 minutes” to your statement. Step 4: Give a reward (optional) Occasionally a reward is a good way to reinforce positive behavior. Rewards don’t have to be monetary or involve food. Anything that matters to your child can be a reward. This includes extra internet time, play time with friends, or ability to choose a family activity. Offering your family positive encouragement will have a ripple effect as you’ll start looking for the positive with everybody you come in contact with. As you become more positive, your children will follow your example and will begin praising each other, you, friends, and strangers. Visit Smarter Parenting for games, activities and effective praise examples to help you learn this valuable skill.
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Teachers and Counselors who work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, emotional disturbances and other mental health needs, experience tremendous challenges. Conscious Discipline provides a ready-to-implement program that provides the skills to foster safety, develop relationships and establish problem-solving strategies for people working in Mental Health. Learn More Today http://consciousdiscipline.com/about/conscious_discipline.asp
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As Jane introduces the Competent Giant Activity she explains how children are always making decisions and that these decisions impact their lives more than nature or nurture. This is a very powerful activity that really gets to the heart of what children are learning when their parents are making mistakes while parenting them in the name of love. It makes a strong case for why parenting with Positive Discipline is a must if you want to encourage and empower your children. The Competent Giant is an activity we often do even with large and small groups. It is an activity you might want to do for a short demonstration to promote your classes. http://www.positivediscipline.com
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Learn how to choose a day care center for your child that will provide appropriate discipline and positive guidance from a childcare expert in this free children's video. Expert: Cynthia Glover Bio: Cynthia Glover holds a BA and MA in Psychology with a minor in Child Psychology. She has worked in the field of Early Childhood Education for 28 years and has experience with infants through 12 years. Filmmaker: Dana Glover
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Watch more expert parenting advice videos - http://goo.gl/iIzPui Psychologist and Author David Palmiter, PhD, ABPP, shares advice for parents on the most effective types of discipline for your children. For more expert parenting advice, visit http://www.kidsinthehouse.com Dr. David Palmiter is a professor of Psychology and Counseling at Marywood University, the President of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (2012-2013), a practicing and board-certified clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience, a Public Education Coordinator for the American Psychological Association, author of an award winning parenting book (times three), dad (of 3.0 children; 3.5 if you count the neurotic dog) and husband (of over 22 years to Dr. Lia Richards-Palmiter, who says she has 4.0 children as she counts David). Dr. Palmiter has over three dozen professional publications to his credit, has given over 200 continuing education workshops around the country and has completed over 300 public education projects, including for outlets such as the LA Times, US News and World Report, USA Today, Wall St. Journal and O Magazine. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Celebrities Give Parenting Advice" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j_pGQ5ac-0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Creating Mind Miracles - How to teach your child Positive Discipline https://youtu.be/1iKurx8egB4 What is positive discipline? Watch as Parents Magazine defines different methods of discipline for some easy parenting tips to try. Discipline means "to teach," and through discipline, your child learns self-control. Positive discipline means you show respect, listen, reward good behavior, and remind your children that you love them when teaching them right from wrong. Negative discipline, such as spanking, leads to fear and low self-esteem. There are eight key points to positive child discipline -- be a good role model, be consistent, be calm and brief, be quick, pick your battles, be realistic, catch your child being good, and remind your child that you love him. Your child's behavior won't change immediately, but it's important to start utilizing these discipline techniques early on for effective parenting. Follow us - https://www.facebook.com/alternatesciences/ For More Videos - http://www.lifepositivetv.com You Can Visit for Acupressure Points Training In Delhi Check out Details http://www.caredelhi.com
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Have you ever thought Conscious Discipline was just for younger children? Do you work with middle school students and struggle with managing behavior and classroom disruptions? The middle school years present many challenges for students. They are experiencing many life changes internally, struggling to find a sense of belonging with friend groups, and are often because of their age expected “to know better” when it comes to behavior. Middle school teachers often struggle with misbehavior in the classroom due to having the perception that teens are just disrespectful. Listen in as Diane Phelan, Principal of Keller Middle School, shares her story of implementing Conscious Discipline in middle school resulting in decreased referrals, increased academic scores and a shift in the school culture. Learn steps for getting started, overcoming teacher resistance and how to build relationships with students who change classes and have many teachers throughout the day. Essential Takeaways Relationships are the key to helping teachers, students, and families transform their skill set and willingness to learn new ways of solving problems. Noticing both staff and students and what they bring in each day with them enables the administrator to create an inclusive school family for all. Steps for Tomorrow Greet every child at the door every day making a conscious effort to notice what the child is bringing into class each day Build connections with students each day Take the time to teach the students about the brain and breathing strategies for calming Important Links What is Conscious Discipline: Watch this Video for the Basics Learn more about Keller Middle School Unconscious Discipline Worked Fine for Me: A Middle School Teacher’s Transformation – Watch the video story Product Mentions Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Classrooms Show Outline :20 What is Conscious Discipline 1:49 Conscious Discipline in middle school and introduction of guest Diane Phelan, Principal of Keller Middle School 3:30 Bringing Conscious Discipline to middle school 6:28 Resistance to Conscious Discipline from teachers of older students 7:55 Begin with the staff, rolling out CD in middle school 10:28 Teacher life transformation story who was repeatedly cut from other schools 12:58 Story of “tough girls” group transformation 16:22 Comparison of discipline referrals before and after Conscious Discipline 18:00 Academic results of implementing Conscious Discipline 19:10 How is the school culture now that Conscious Discipline has been implemented 20:49 Exposing parents and families to Conscious Discipline 23:07 Building student/teacher relationships when students change classrooms all day 27:17 Steps for tomorrow THANK YOU FOR LISTENING There are many ways you could have spent this time today, but you chose to spend it with me and I am grateful. If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it with others via your favorite social media platforms.
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All parenting videos - http://www.drkit.org/parentingvideos In this interview, Mary, a parent educator, provides parenting advice for parents of preschool and elementary school students.
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Disciplining preschoolers can be tricky, are you and your caregiver on the same page? Robyn explains how and why you need to be. Visit www.WeeWelcome.ca for more parenting videos with top experts. ABOUT ROBYN: Robyn Zeldin is the founder and owner of Wee Care Placement Agency and In a Pinch temporary care solutions. Robyn is the mother of 2 young, vivacious boys and knows first hand how hard it can be to find good help. She founded Wee Care while on maternity leave with her first son, Cole, while she was looking for a caregiver to help give her some relief. Before founding Wee Care, Robyn taught various programs for toddlers and preschoolers, and really understands their wants and needs. The combination of mother and teacher makes her so well suited to run a company dedicated to finding quality care!
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http://tinyurl.com/Discipline-Your-Toddler - Ways To Discipline Children I am a certified preschool teacher and professional counsellor which only focusing on children behaviour or parenting skills. With a degree and master in Early Childhood Education, behaviour modification and discipline are my specialties. In this video, I will just to bring you to a parenting guide on how to discipline our children without spanking. You can try this method and let me know what you think. Click on my link above if you want to try that method. If it doesn't work for you, there are other tactics that I could give you to try. Behaviour modification is all about patience, creativity, trial and error and perseverance! Good Luck! :) Source: http://tinyurl.com/Discipline-Your-Toddler - Ways To Discipline Children
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Dr. David Adams goes through the different types of punishment and reinforcement strategies. About BHW: We help individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities reach their potential by working collaboratively with families, schools, and relevant professionals. By focusing on ways in which people respond to their environment (behavior), we provide opportunities for them to learn in specific and observable ways, leading to a positive outcome (health). Connect with Behavioral Health Works: BHW WEBSITE: http://www.bhwcares.com BHW on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bhw.cares BHW on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/bhwcares BHW on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bhwcares/ BHW on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/behavioral-health-works-inc-
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Recorded on December 2, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder. This is about parenting education. Parentings can gain tips and strategies about how to deal with toddlers, preschoolers, school age, tweens and teens from this course. Parents will learn about tips for success. Mothers and fathers will learn about positive discipline to raise capable confident resilient children.
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