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Traditional Discipline vs Conscious Discipline

Traditional Discipline vs Conscious Discipline Poster

Post and share this visual summary of the differences between a traditional system of punishment and the Brain Smart consequences employed by Conscious Discipline. This download provides a clear reminder of traditional discipline vs. Conscious Discipline to help adults shift how they perceive and respond to children’s behavior. Age All ages Helps with Consequences Classroom […]

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How Conscious Discipline Compares to Other Programs

How Conscious Discipline Compares to Other Programs

Compare core similarities and differences between Conscious Discipline and other popular programs. This 1-page download includes a Venn diagram depicting key elements of both Conscious Discipline and mainstream approaches. Helps with Staff development Classroom management Emotional intelligence Social-emotional learning Venn diagram Self-regulation Use Classroom Parent night Staff training Home Related Free Resources Tips for the […]

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The Importance of Healthy Communication About Race Within Families

For parents, discussions about race and racism can be challenging. Still, it’s important to have conversations about this critical topic. The American Psychological Association (APA) explains that when you talk about race and ethnicity: Children are more respectful of other groups and less likely to incorrectly judge others. Children learn to recognize and appropriately respond […]

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Dr. Becky Bailey Delivers Keynote Address at the 2019 South African Principals Association Western Cape Conference

ORLANDO, Fla. (May 22, 2019) Dr. Becky Bailey delivered a keynote address, led two breakout sessions and hosted a book signing at the 2019 South African Principals Association (SAPA) Western Cape Conference. The event was held in Cape Town, South Africa from May 17-18. This year’s theme was “Classroom Discipline: The New Wild, Wild West.” […]

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Why Conscious Discipline Consequences Work and Punishments Don’t (And How to Give Effective Consequences)

This is Part One of a three-part series on Conscious Discipline consequences. Read Part Two and Part Three for more information on effective consequences. Conscious Discipline offers solutions for social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation. The goal is to help parents and schools reach and teach every child. Once instilled, these essential skills will last a […]

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Conscious Discipline Improves SEL, School Climate, Readiness and Pro-Social Behavior

Rain, J. S. (2014). Loving Guidance, LLC. Final report: Conscious Discipline Research Study. Intro brief: This study examined the impact of Conscious Discipline on social-emotional behaviors in early childhood programs in three states. Data was collected using four separate tools and a school readiness assessment. Those receiving Conscious Discipline training experienced an increase in positive […]

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Self-Regulation

Examining the Impact of Conscious Discipline on Social-Emotional Behaviors in Early Childhood Programs

Conscious Discipline Training Produces Increased Positive Results in Social-Emotional Learning Skills, School Climate, School Readiness and Pro-Social This study examined the impact of Conscious Discipline on social-emotional behaviors in early childhood programs in three states. Data was collected using four separate tools and a school readiness assessment. The experimental group receiving Conscious Discipline training experienced […]

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A Conscious Approach to Self-Regulation: Knox County Head Start and the Conscious Discipline Program

Jones & Lesaux (2013) Intro brief: This report provides an overview of three adult-focused programs for social-emotional learning: Conscious Discipline, Child FIRST, and the Chicago School Readiness Project and Foundations of Learning (CSRP-FOL). The section on Conscious Discipline describes the journey of Knox County Head Start as it implements Conscious Discipline and creates meaningful improvement. […]

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