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Uploaded on Mar 30, 2010
Rules are the cinderblock of effective and successful child behavior management. Child discipline cannot adequately be implemented or enforced if effective rules are not first established. Rules define behavioral expectations in every setting whether it is home, school, or the community. Rules help prepare children to obey laws in our society. Rules are supposed to encourage behavior change. However, oftentimes rules are developed in such a way that they subsequently discourage compliance and promote defiance. We need to understand and be aware of the characteristics of rule setting so that we create rules that promote compliance, not defiance.
This webinar explores:
•The importance of rule setting, •The identification and understanding of specific rule setting characteristics, and •How to develop rules that kids will follow.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will have developed an effective list of rules for their home, classroom, or any other setting.