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Discipline Tools for Elementary

Discipline Tools for Elementary
December 3, 2015 yourvillage
Discipline Tools for Elementary
With the right guidance, kids in the elementary school years can become self-reliant, responsible, cooperative, self-disciplined problem-solvers. Given proper guidance paired with room to grow and make mistakes, these kids can surprise many an adult with their advanced thinking and maturity. This workshop includes all the tools that are great for working with our amazing kids ages 5-10. Full Class Time: 1hr 48min 
Module 1Introduction
An introduction to the best discipline tools to use with elementary age kids, ages 5-10 to support cooperation, responsibility and problem solving skills
Unit 1Discipline Tools for Elementary Introduction
Module 2Focus on the Positive
Learn these 3 tools that focus on the positive, that are very helpful in garnering cooperation with all ages, and one common pitfall to avoid that many parents fall into when trying to be encouraging.
Unit 1Overview of Positive Tools
Unit 2Using Positive Reinforcement
Unit 3Beware of Praise
Unit 4Using Positive Intent
Unit 5Using Positive Directions
Unit 6Focus on the Positive Summary
Module 3No More Time Outs
Time outs are a common tool in use today, but is not recommended by most child development experts. Learn why and alternative tools to use in it's place
Unit 1No More Time Outs Overview
Unit 2Experience & Outcomes of Time Outs
Unit 3Alternatives to Time Outs
Unit 4No More Time Outs Summary
Module 4Choices
Learn the ways and areas to use choices with older kids in order to give them the autonomy the so badly want, but within the limits you set.
Unit 1Choices Introduction
Unit 2Choices by Age
Unit 3Types of Choices with Examples
Unit 4Tips
Unit 5Pitfalls
Unit 6Little Genius Tactics
Unit 7Choices Summary
Module 5Consequences
Consequences are generally a last resort in discipline. But sometimes they are warranted. Learn about the different types, how to implement them along with common pitfalls to avoid that will render them ineffective.
Unit 1Consequences Overview
Unit 2Using Natural Consequences
Unit 3Pitfalls for Natural Consequences
Unit 4Using Logical Consequences
Unit 5Pitfalls for Logical Consequences
Unit 6Tips
Unit 7Consequences Summary
Module 6Communication Tools
Communication tools get right to the crux of excellent parenting. Using these tools well will increase mutual respect and therefore cooperation. An added bonus, they teach kids an important life skill.
Unit 1Communication Tools Overview
Unit 2The 4 Communication Tools
Unit 3Putting it All Together
Unit 4Communication Tools Summary
Module 7Humor
Learn the how to deescalate a potentially explosive situation, as well as connect your kids overall, with humor and put the fun back in parenting.
Unit 1Humor Overview
Unit 2Ways to Use Humor
Unit 3Pitfall
Unit 4Humor Summary
Module 8Special Time
Learn the 4 pieces to making this tool effective, as well as the many ways of implementing special time even if you only have a few minutes.
Unit 1Special Time Overview
Unit 24 Pieces to Special Time
Unit 3Ways to Use Special Time by Age
Unit 4Special Time Summary
Module 9Family Meetings
Learn how to implement this tool effectively that increases cooperation, responsibility and accountability from your kids with an added bonus of teaching great life skills such as leadership, initiative, and problem-solving.
Unit 1Family Meetings Overview
Unit 2Meeting Roles & Guidelines
Unit 3Ways to Use Meetings
Unit 4Pitfalls
Unit 5Family Meetings Summary
Module 10Summary
A summary of important points covered in the Discipline Tools for Elementary class
Unit 1Discipline Tools for Elementary Summary


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