10 Principles of Positive Discipline – Part 1
Growing up do you remember thinking, when I have children I’m never going to ______? And can you reflect it wasn’t long into the journey of parenting or teaching you found yourself doing or saying the very things you said you would never do?
We all come into our adult lives with pre-programmed messaging. This messaging affects our ability to calm ourselves and often leaves us with feelings of “not good enough.” Our ability to maintain our own self-control determines whether we pass these messages on to our children. Understanding children’s development helps us create solutions, give effective commands, and facilitate their self-esteem.
In this session, you will learn to communicate from the intention of love rather than fear and shift from do as I say, not as I do. Join Dr. Becky Bailey in Part 1 of the 2-part audio 10 Principles of Positive Discipline.
- 1:40 Principle 1: understanding the children we parent and teach
- 4:00 Principle 2: have knowledge of how children develop
- 9:29 Development of inner speech
- 13:18 Inner speech and implications of time-out
- 14:10 Children do not conjugate “don’t”
- 17:38 Children are egocentric
- 21:21 Principle 3: adults are accountable as models
- 24:12 Principle 4: adults must maintain self-control
- 27:14 Key to self-control
- 31:19 Self-control linked
- 37:51 How to maintain self-control
- Become a model for children by practicing self-control when you are triggered by children’s behaviors.
- Understand children’s development to see from their perspective.
- Give clear assertive commands that tell children what TO DO rather than “no”, “stop”, and “don’t.”
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