HD 382 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Problem Solving, Extension Cord, Dating Abuse
Involves making restitution for the misbehavior, making the situation right: punishment is, punitive, harsh, demeaning, focuses on stopping misbehavior but fails to teach positive behavior. Let the consequence of the misbehavior teach the lesson: logical consequences, do something, but make it related to the misbehavior, guide the child in making the situation right. Follow through with your discipline plan: other discipline strategies, redirection. Focus on helping the child pinpoint his or her negative feelings: encourage the child to think of alternative ways to deal with those feelings, problem solving discipline, discuss the misbehavior with the child by asking the following: If you are feeling overwhelmed, ensure that the child is in a safe place and take a break: use humor when appropriate, take care of yourself. Corporal punishment: corporal punishment is a discipline method in which a supervising adult intentionally inflicts pain upon a child in response to a child"s unacceptable behavior and/or inappropriate language.