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Educating the Young Adult Notes 10 4 07

Educating the Young Adult Notes 10 4 07 - Effective...

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Effective Communitcations -Ability to Listen Reflective Listening Active listening -Correct Perception of meaning -Genuine and clear response When the child Is whining, state the facts and recognize the problem and understand -Getting beyond “roadblocks” You can work with a child’s temperament by not fighting and keeping them busy. If the child is slow allow him to have that time, set up some transitions or a routine. Praise -Criticism of Praise General –you’re a good boy or girl, an evaluation not genuine Implies Evaluation Not genuine -Encouragement- I liked the way you used the blue and red with the house…you’ve been working a long time on that picture Authentic Authority -Based on mutual respect -Don’t have to give orders to exercise authority Don’t say you don’t tell me what to do I tell you what to do Because I said so Working with Children in Groups
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-Planning is a KEY -Attention to EVERYTHING is required -Selective responding necessary Rules Vs. Guidelines -The more rules the more problems -Post guidelines Flexible Call for cooperation Conflict resolution -Bottom line: Children need to learn how to solve conflicts -Appropriate role models for handling conflict are necessary -Ability to identify and to “own” feelings essential -Need to learn problem solving skills
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