Guidance Approach to Discipline

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What is an appropriate amount of discipline? How do I involve parents in the discipline process? How can I prevent problems from occurring? Guiding young children to the appropriate behavior can be as filled with apprehension for the teacher as it is for the young child. Following the guidance approach, this excellent book covers the techniques and skills needed to administer appropriate kinds of behavior management. Covered in a clear and concise manner are the theories and practical skills needed to administer ...
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What is an appropriate amount of discipline? How do I involve parents in the discipline process? How can I prevent problems from occurring? Guiding young children to the appropriate behavior can be as filled with apprehension for the teacher as it is for the young child. Following the guidance approach, this excellent book covers the techniques and skills needed to administer appropriate kinds of behavior management. Covered in a clear and concise manner are the theories and practical skills needed to administer discipline that will promote the educational development and personal achievement of young children and help them learn from their behavior. A Guidance Approach to Discipline... provides a thorough discussion of conflict resolution skills; gives tips for quick problem-solving and intervention techniques; features sections on building and maintaining productive relationships with parents; uses anecdotes and photographs to illustrate key points; describes the use of classroom management routines; discusses techniques including using encouragement, contact talks, and class meetings.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780827355200
  • Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 2/28/1994
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 345

Table of Contents

Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 The Guidance Tradition 3
Pioneers of the Guidance Tradition 4
Mid-Century Influences: The Developmental and Self Psychologists 9
The Eighties: Guidance or Punishment? 12
The Transition from Discipline to Guidance 15
Parents and the Guidance Tradition 19
Ch. 2 Mistaken Behavior 30
The Concept of Mistaken Behavior 31
Relational Patterns: A Paradigm for Social Development 33
Three Levels of Mistaken Behavior 37
Mistaken Behavior and Intentionality 46
Communicating with Parents about Mistaken Behavior 49
Ch. 3 Guidance Discipline: The Bottom Line 58
A Guidance Approach Depends on Positive Teacher-Child Relations 59
Guidance Discipline Reduces the Need for Mistaken Behavior 67
Guidance Discipline Takes a Solution-Orientation 72
Guidance Discipline Means Teamwork with Other Adults on Behalf of the Child 77
Guidance Discipline Means Partnerships with Parents 83
Ch. 4 Creating the Climate for a Guidance Approach 92
A Professional, Not a Technician 94
The Learning Dynamic 94
Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Teacher-Child Relationships 104
Liberation Teaching 110
A Climate for Partnership with Parents 111
Ch. 5 Managing the Classroom 123
Using Learning Centers to Organize the Classroom 124
Centers in the Preprimary Classroom 124
Centers at the Primary Level 129
The Place of Routines in Effective Classroom Management: A Teacher's Perspective 135
Encouraging Parents to Volunteer in the Classroom 139
Ch. 6 Managing the Daily Program 150
The Daily Program 150
Mixing Active and Quiet Times 155
The Place of Large Groups 159
Managing Transitions 167
Parents and Other Classroom Volunteers 172
Ch. 7 Communicating to Prevent Problems 183
A Supportive Atmosphere 184
Guidelines, not Rules 186
Communication Skills 192
The Class Meeting 205
Communicating with Parents to Prevent Problems 208
Ch. 8 Finding Solutions for Mistaken Behavior 223
Mistaken Behavior: Applying the Concept 223
The Decision to Intervene 227
Quick Intervention Strategies 234
Behaviors Reported by Other Children 240
Intervention when Follow-up is Needed 242
Why Take the Time? 248
Assistance From Parents 249
Ch. 9 Guidance in the Tough Times 260
Conditions that Make Intervention Necessary 261
Crisis Management Techniques 264
When Teachers feel Anger 270
Strategies for Working with Strong Needs Mistaken Behavior 275
When Teachers and Parents Disagree 285
Ch. 10 Liberation Teaching 295
Liberation Teaching: What It Is 296
Liberation Teaching and Anti-Bias Curriculum 301
The Importance of Liberation Teaching for Guidance Discipline 303
Liberation Teaching and Parent Participation 305
App. A Sample Greeting Letters and Surveys to Children and Their Families 314
App. B Sample Brochure: The Education Program in Our Class 322
App. B Sample Flyer: Suggestions for Parent Involvement 322
App. C Developmentally Appropriate Guidance of Young Children (Position Statement of the Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children. Printed with permission of the Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children) 329
App. D Individual Guidance Plan Worksheet 338
Index 341
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