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3/27/2018 1 Classroom Guidance HDFS 204 Read Gartrell Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, & 10, and appendix Classroom Guidance Let’s think about the questions below. square6 What does “patience” mean? square6 What does “understanding” mean? Patience vs. Understanding Patience: square6 Definition: “Bearing pains or trials calmly or without complaint; manifesting forbearance under provocation or strain; steadfast despite opposition, difficulty, or adversity” square6 Unpleasant square6 Disrespectful square6 Unproductive Patience vs. Understanding Understanding: square6 Developmental level square6 Innately good but inexperienced square6 Viewing an opportunity square6 Model problem-solving skills square6 Create a classroom environment square6 Encourage self-discipline Understanding square6 Children are not time-efficient square6 Children learn through interactions with objects and people square6 Children’s physical and psychological needs: square6 love and belonging square6 Freedom, sharing , conversation, movement, risk-taking, spontaneity Classroom Guidance Let’s think about the questions below. square6 What is the difference between misbehavior and mistaken behavior? square6 What is the difference between discipline and guidance?
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3/27/2018 2 Misbehavior or Mistaken Behavior? square6 What is the difference between these two terms? square6 “Misbehavior” encourages punishment square6 “Mistaken behavior” encourages guidance square6 Why? Misbehavior or Mistaken Behavior? square6 Three levels of mistaken behavior square6 Strong needs square6 Socially influenced square6 Experimentation Mistaken Behavior square6 Three levels of mistaken behavior Motivational Source Mistaken Behavior Desire to explore the environment & engage in relationships and activities 1. Experimentation Desire to please and identify with significant others 2. Socially influenced
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