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  • Child Discipline

    Discipline is an important component of the growth process of children (Child Discipline). Since the beginning of time‚ discipline techniques used have varied with each family. However‚ the general importance of discipline within a household has been commonly accepted. One may ask‚ "What is discipline exactly?" It is human nature to challenge authority. As a natural part of development‚ children tend to test there boundaries. Discipline is the consequences of their misbehavior. If done in an appropriate

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  • Child Discipline

    OF EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE Discipline is the structure that helps the child fit into the real world happily and effectively. It is the foundation for the development of the child’s own self-discipline. Effective and positive discipline is about teaching and guiding children‚ not just forcing them to obey. As with all other interventions aimed at pointing out unacceptable behavior‚ the child should always know that the parent loves and supports him or her. Trust between parent and child should be maintained

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  • Discipline

    Discipline is extremely important in student life it’s the bridge between goals and achievements. It forms the core of virtues such as success‚ manners and honesty. Discipline lays the foundation for achieving better results‚ outshining in class and more importantly‚ gaining higher goals in life. Quite frankly discipline in modern day public schools is something we are clearly lacking. Back when our parents were younger discipline in schools was respected and standards of achievement

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  • Discipline

    Discipline Discipline is the process of teaching the child what type of behavior is acceptable and what type is not acceptable‚ it teaches a child to follow rules. Discipline may involve both punishment‚ such as a time out‚ and‚ more importantly‚ rewards. It sounds so straightforward‚ yet every parent becomes frustrated at one time or another with issues surrounding children and discipline. Every parent wants their children to be happy‚ respectful‚ respected by others‚ and able to find their place

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  • Position Paper- Child Abuse and Discipline

    PARENTAL DISCIPLINE AND ABUSE Parental discipline and child abuse are among the most controversial topics currently‚ and they cause serious problems for children in the United States. Child abuse essentially focuses on the child’s bad behaviors and gives the child emotional and physical harms. Forms of abuse include spanking‚ hitting‚ saying negative things and corporal punishment. In fact‚ parental discipline is a much more appropriate way of dealing with negative behavior than using abusive

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  • Discipline Effective Discipline

    Discipline Subtitle: Classroom Discipline A Research work In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course EMGT 210 - Human Behavior in Organization TABLE OF CONTENTS Page TITLE PAGE ……………………………………………………………………… 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS………………………………………………………….. 2 OBJECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH WORK………………………….……….. 3 TOPIC INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………. 4 DISCUSSION

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  • Culture and Discipline

    raised also has a lot to do with the type of culture that they are raised in. Although discipline and punishment may vary widely depending on the part of the world the family is from. One thing still remains the same. Good parents want what is best for the child. The main difference would be what the parents believe is best for the child such as; an American mothers tend to lean towards wanting there child to be socially accepted financial well being an they tend to push towards more independence

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models Win-Win Discipline And Real Discipline

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Kagan‚ Kyle‚ and Scott’s win-win discipline Morrish’s Real Discipline Compare and Contrast • Students are given the choose to what they feel is good for them to do. • Students‚ teacher and parents are involved in the rule making. • Help students understand each other’s responsibilities along with what the teacher’s responsibilities are. • Discipline is something that the win-win problem doesn’t do to students. • Corrects the situation

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  • Argumentative discipline

    ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY HAS DISCIPLINE HAD AN EFFECT ON THE CHANGE OF TODAYS GENERATION? In a society where good morals and principles almost seem extinct‚ it brings to the fore front of the conscious mind the role that discipline or lack thereof has played in the deteriorating state of the criminal element. Statistics show that just over ten (10) years ago in 2003 the number of murders recorded for that year was fifty (50) according to The National crime report. However in this present time it would

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  • Classroom Discipline

    Classroom Discipline: Teaching Stability‚ Order‚ Respect and the Value of Law. Effective discipline is a challenge for all educators. “The issue of discipline‚ also referred to as classroom management‚ continues to surface as one of the most challenging problems in education today” (“The Discipline Dilemma: Problems and Promises.”). Research suggests in order to maintain a well-disciplined classroom‚ teachers must establish rules and expectations‚ enforce limits of rules‚ encourage and reinforce

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