Discipline Techniques That May Worsen Behavior Problems

 

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Behavior Problems: The Six Steps of Discipline Fortunately, most disciplinary opportunities unfold in a reliable series of steps for both you and your child. The following will help you know what to expect when your child exhibits behavior problems, and help guide your decision in how to handle it — regardless of what your child has done. 1. Continued Discipline Techniques.

What you choose may depend on the type of inappropriate behavior your child displays, your child’s ag. Rachel Wise is a certified school psychologist and licensed behavior specialist with a Master’s Degree in Education. She is also the head author and CEO at educationandbehavior.com, a site for parents, educators, and counselors to find effective, research-based strategies that work for children.Rachel has been working with individuals with academic and behavioral needs for over 20.

Some strategies can help you do just that. 7 Best Discipline Strategies for 4-Year-Old Kids. Discipline decides the character of a child, and you certainly want your child to grow up emotionally and mentally healthy.

Here are 7 discipline strategies for dealing with the behaviour problems. Create strategies that will help you and your child talk about behavior problems and solutions. For example, you can have a special place in the house where you and your child address important subjects.

You could also make it a house rule that conflicts and problems are discussed after a cool-off period when solutions can be better addressed. Discipline techniques that involve a physical or even emotional disconnection can actually cause major problems in the long run, says Vanessa Lapointe, Ph. D., author of Discipline Without Damage. This unhappiness can further result in tantrums.

On the other hand, some kids may want to be as independent, as they can and may respond rudely to you if you ask them to do something. How to Discipline a 5-Year-Old with Behavior Problems. Here are a few ways to deal with your child’s behaviour problem at this age. It is important to keep these tips in mind because one of the largest contributors to behavior problems is a breakdown in communication (Savage & Savage, 2010). “When misbehavior is minor, the best responses are those that are low profile and noncoercive,” (Savage & Savage, 2010, p. 157).

Classroom Discipline Problem Solver: Ready-to-Use Techniques & Materials for Managing All Kinds of Behavior Problems [Watson, George] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Classroom Discipline Problem Solver: Ready-to-Use Techniques & Materials for Managing All Kinds of Behavior Problems. Effective discipline techniques can help to encourage your child’s trust in you.

Your child needs rules and consequences, and perhaps acts out if there are too few or too many of them. If you lay out clearly how you expect your child’s behavior to be and ensure those expectations are enforced consistently, your child feels that he or she.

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Time-out, limit setting, clear communication, and frequent rewards and approval for positive behaviour are effective noncorporal techniques of discipline.

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Time-out, limit setting, clear communication, and frequent rewards and approval for positive behavior are effective noncorporal techniques of discipline.

“Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing E-Book” by Gloria Leifer
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The second technique, punishment, must be implemented judiciously, and parents should always remember that reinforcement results in more enduring behavior change.

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from Encyclopedia of Counseling
by Frederick T. Leong
SAGE Publications, 2008

The process is thought to begin with parents “training” a child to behave aggressively by relying on aversive behaviors in both punishment and negative reinforcement contingencies.

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Discipline should be immediate, specific to the behavior, and time-limited.

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from Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics E-Book
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Another effective tool of behavioral parent training is timeout (see also chapter 7).

“Family Communication” by Chris Segrin, Jeanne Flora
from Family Communication
by Chris Segrin, Jeanne Flora
Taylor & Francis, 2011

Better forms of discipline include time-outs and clear explanations of appropriate behavior.

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Punishment strategies, such as systematic ignoring and time-out, may be used to decrease or weaken undesired behaviors such as whining and talking back.

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Much gentler punishment (e.g., a few minutes of time out from reinforcement) can be very effective.

“Parent Management Training: Treatment for Oppositional, Aggressive, and Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents” by Alan E Kazdin
from Parent Management Training: Treatment for Oppositional, Aggressive, and Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents
by Alan E Kazdin
Oxford University Press, 2005

When parents do not use positive reinforcement to help with behavior change, they still use other techniques; however, some of these may involve aversive parent-child interactions, such as parents’ using punishment to stop child behaviors they don’t like (e.g., eating candy).

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  • I taught in Title I public elementary schools for seven years, then went to law school and worked as a public defender for three years. I’m a VIPKID teacher now, so I don’t have these issues as much anymore, but I can remember when I learned each of the classroom management strategies that you talked about in this video. I completely agree with every single one of your tips. It doesn’t matter if other teachers disagree with your strategies. What matters is whether or not they are effective, and I know that they are. I would also like to point out that your strategies can be applied in other professions as well. Obviously, we wouldn’t use the same language with adults, but the basic premise is the same don’t freak out just because someone else is freaking out. We cannot be in control if we are not calm. I actually stumbled across your video when looking for one of VIPKID Teacher Kristen’s videos, but I’m going to subscribe to your channel too. There is always more to learn in this area, and I know I can learn from you. Thank you so much for sharing this video.

  • Awesome advice thank you very much hope you make more videos so we can get advantage of your knowledge and experience thank you Dr

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