1. What is positive parenting?
2. What is discipline? How does it differ from punishment?
3. What is active listening? Why is it used by parents?
4. What is guidance? Provide an example of a parent providing guidance to a child? 5. Where can families and parents find support and resources? Critical Thinking Questions
1. Why are consequences an important part of positive parenting? 2. Why is it important that parents establish a positive relationship and positive communication with babies and young children? 3. 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? 4. Imagine that you are a parent and your school-aged daughter was caught shoplifting a bracelet from a store. Using what you've learned in the module, what are some of the ways that you might approach this situation? Review Q’s:
1. Positive parenting is basically what one can simply call a supervision that keeps our kids on the right path, presented in a positive way that repels any temptation to be corrective. 2. Discipline is a way of showing the child on what he did wrong, and teaches a child how to act. Usually, discipline helps a child feel good about himself by allowing him to have the chance to correct his mistakes. Punishment on the other hand seems similar, but is very much different. Punishment tells the child what they did wrong and doesn’t allow them to fix it. Punishment is just a reason to get them in trouble. 3. Active listening is a communication technique used in analysis, training and conflict resolve, which requires the listener to feed back what they hear to the speaker. Parents use this because they want to know what the child feel s about the certain situation. 4. Guidance is advice or information meant by resolving a problem or difficulty someone is having. A good example for that is buying a book for their child who has...
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