What is positive parenting? An approach that seeks to encourage good behavior in children through clear guidelines and rules, good communication, rewarding and modeling good behavior, and promoting healthy self-esteem in children.
What is discipline? How does it differ from punishment?
A punishment is when you do something bad and get in trouble for it. A discipline is more of teaching your child what is right and what is wrong.
What is active listening? Why is it used by parents?
Active listening is when your child often listen and the parent helps them and congratulates that child..
What is guidance? Provide an example of a parent providing guidance to a child?
Guidance is the actual process of guiding or assisting a child to act in appropriate ways. Don’t run to slow done or walk.
Where can families and parents find support and resources?
Families and parents can find support and resources from other parents or there own family members. Also, online or parenting classes.
Critical Thinking Questions
Why are consequences an important part of positive parenting?
Consequences are an important part of positive parenting because it helps the child know right from wrong.
Why is it important that parents establish a positive relationship and positive communication with babies and young children?
It is important parents establish a positive relationship and positive communication with babies and young children because if you start them off with positiveness then that child will go far in life and be a happy kid.
Imagine that you are a parent and your toddler begins speaking in "baby talk" frequently. Using what you've learned in the module, what are some ways that you might approach this situation?
Some ways I might approach this situation would be by saying is that how you talk? Or helping them out and being a positive parent.
Imagine that you are a parent and your school-aged daughter was caught shoplifting a bracelet from a store. Using what