Ch15PP - Analyzing Discipline Problems Chapter 15 Click to...

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2/10/11 Keeping Goals in Mind The first step in exercising judgment is. examining goals for discipline. While planning discipline strategies, keep long- term goals in mind . Self-esteem, self-discipline and moral autonomy. Inappropriate forms of discipline counteract progress towards long term goals. Rewards, punishments and coercive practices.
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2/10/11 Short term goals are important, but cannot conflict with long term goals. When behaviors are disruptive or dangerous, they much be stopped immediately. It is important to act decisively and quickly if a child’s behavior puts themselves in danger. A warning shout can be affective if it is an emergency situation and the teacher does not commonly raise their voice. If their voice is routinely raised the shout will loose its effectiveness.
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2/10/11 Finding the Cause of the Problem There will often be several problems, which may require addressing several causes to find the most effective solution. Solutions that only deal with the symptoms rather then the cause of the bad behavior will not be resolved, and resurface until the problem is addressed. This is seen in schools that have set rules and preplanned punishments for breaking each rule. Causes of the problem are not always
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2/10/11 Age- Typical Behavior Is the offensive behavior of the child natural for the maturity level? When evaluating this question, you might find that it is intolerance and misunderstandings of the childlike behaviors. The problem is the adults attitude, not the child’s behavior.
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2/10/11 Inappropriate Adult Expectations Problems with inappropriate adult expectations: Individual child temperament Conflict with family’s culture Do not reflect gender differences We cannot have the same expectations for every child Viewing and responding to experiences can
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2/10/11 Care givers cause behavioral problems Making children sit still for more then a few minutes Wait with nothing to do Create learning activities for young children that are above their learning level Change the situation, don’t try to change the child
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2/10/11 Missing Skills Young children have a lot to learn about getting along with other people, dealing with their emotions and how to communicate successfully. Everyone works on developing these skills so
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