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Spanking may be increasingly harmful for children on a more global scale than previously known, a new study indicates.

Spanking in developing countries does more harm than good, study suggests

Spanking may be increasingly harmful for children on a more global scale than previously known, a new study indicates.

Is punishment as effective as we think? -- ScienceDaily
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Is punishment as effective as we think?

Punishment might not be an effective means to get members of society to cooperate for the common good, according to a social dilemma experiment.

The Newbie's Guide to Positive Parenting
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The Newbie's Guide to Positive Parenting

Our goal as a parent is to give life to our children's learning—to instruct, to teach, to help them develop self-discipline—an ordering of the self from the inside, not imposition from the outside. Any technique that does not give life to a child's learning and leave a child's dignity intact cannot be called discipline—it is punishment, no matter what language it is clothed in. - Barbara Coloroso Part 1: An Introduction to Positive Non-punitive Parenting When I first came across this…

The following chart explains why children misbehave and how teachers or other adults should approach each child based on why they are exhibiting the behavior: Positive Discipline emphasizes that effective discipline allows teachers to recognize the reasons why children do what they do rather than merely attempting to change the behavior. With this system, teachers are empowered to dig deeper and help students get to the root of their problems versus just take care of them on the surface.
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Positive Discipline: 52 Positive Discipline Parenting Tools in 52 Weeks
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52 Positive Discipline Parenting Tools in 52 Weeks

Take the 52 Parenting Tools in 52 Weeks Challenge. This is a fun way to stay focused on Positive Discipline all year long.

Positive Discipline: Problem Solving
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Problem Solving

We can use daily challenges as opportunities to practice problem solving WITH our children.

The 101 Positive Principles of Discipline. So many good principles for both teachers and parents! Definitely printing this and keeping it close on hand!

The Heart of Positive Discipline - teachtrainlove.com

The below resource is an invaluable teaching and parenting tool. It contains a variety of strategies that will help you discipline a child, without having to resort to negative language or harsh punishment that is typically counter-productive. These tips and tricks will help you maintain a happy, healthy, loving environment that teaches and trains children to be independent, self-confident individuals. Pick one or two to try at a time!

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Positive Discipline: Teach Children What to Do
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Teach Children What to Do

Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.

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Positive Discipline: Sibling Fights: Putting Kids in the Same Boat
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Sibling Fights: Putting Kids in the Same Boat

If you can’t stand to stay out of your children’s fights, and decide to become involved, the most effective way is to put your children in the same boat. Do not take sides or try to decide who is at fault.

Positive Discipline: Agreements - A Positive Discipline Tool Card. I model this and teach it to preschool children but its a skills we should all have, and should be teaching our children- you can start it at any age
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Agreements - A Positive Discipline Tool Card

Children will usually keep their agreements when they have been respectfully involved in creating the agreements.

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Positive Discipline is a program designed to teach young people to become responsible, respectful and resourceful members of their communities.

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Decide What You Will Do

Decide what you will do, instead of engaging in power struggles.

Positive Discipline: Small Steps...to showing your love with out doing for them and an easy reminder on how to stop a power struggle tantrum!
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Small Steps

Parents may not realize that doing too much for children (usually in the name of love) is discouraging. A child may adopt the belief "I’m not capable” when adults insist on doing things for him that he could do himself. Another possible belief is “I am loved only when others are doing things for me.”

Positive Discipline: Act Without Words - A Positive Discipline Tool Card
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Act Without Words - A Positive Discipline Tool Card

At times the most effective thing to do is keep your mouth shut and act.