Positive Child Guidance / Edition 7 available in Paperback
Positive Child Guidance, 3E assists students in developing effective strategies for dealing with the behavior of young children. It provides tools for supporting the long-term development of responsibility, self-confidence and self-control in children. Beginning with the premise that children should become cooperative members of a democratic society, the text outlines the theory, as well as the practical guidance strategies, needed to achieve this goal. With a warm, engaging and meaningful style, Positive Child Guidance embraces a philosophy of deep respect for the unique qualities of individual children, while also providing detailed, real-world strategies for dealing with the myriad of behaviors that children exhibit.
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About the Author
Darla Ferris Miller holds a doctorate in early childhood education, Texas and Mississippi teaching credentials, and the American Montessori Society Early Childhood, Infant, and Toddler Certification. She was a vice president, a division chair, and a professor at North Harris College. Dr. Miller has also served in a wide range of roles within the field of child care and development. She has been a caregiver, early childhood teacher, center director, teacher trainer, and consultant, and has worked with children from infancy to middle school.
Table of ContentsIntroduction. Foundations for Prosocial Behavior. Positive Communication. Positive Action. Guidelines for Effective Discipline. Understanding Children's Behavior. Understanding the Reasons for Problem Behavior. Managing Persistent Misbehavior. Taking a New Look at Children. Culturally Sensitive Guidance.
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