Negative Behavior, Positive DisciplineStreaming Video - 2006
Parents often discipline their children the only way they know how-the way they were raised. Although many of the methods result in positive behavior, others produce less desirable outcomes. This program shows parents and educators how to positively discipline children in a manner that makes the child more self-confident instead of less self-reliant-it puts the responsibility of positive behavior on the child as well as the parent. Interviews with child psychologists, parents, teachers, and children are interspersed with short vignettes that show how to implement the various steps and principles covered in the video. Specific topics include: What is positive discipline?; Positive discipline vs. the way our parents did it; Behavior goals; Natural and logical sequences; Encouragement vs. overindulgent praise; Birth order and discipline. This program helps parents create a structured and consistent behavioral environment that children will accept and appreciate.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1995.
Branch Call Number: E-VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (39 min.) : sd., col., digital file.