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Relationships between children and adults

have changed

Positive Discipline

in community

Positive Discipline is an educational program designed to teach children and young adults how to become responsible, respectful, and resourceful members of their communities. Based on the best-selling Positive Discipline parenting books by Dr. Jane Nelsen, the program teaches important social and life skills in a manner that is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and adults. Educating with Positive Discipline means being kind and firm at the same time, which is effective long-term and helps children feel a connection — a sense of belonging and significance. 
 

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Objectifs, skills and stages

1 Rules of conduct

Defining  the rules and guidelines of a classroom / family life.

2 Establishing routines, rituals and protocols

For example: line up, hand in homework, sharpen pencils, accomplishing what is expected  at home and at school daily.

3 Self-regulation

Developing the ability to control or adjust emotions, cravings, impulses and actions.

4 Communication

Development of listening skills, ways of speaking respectfully and positive communication.

5 Mutual respect

Practicing empathy and compassion.

6 Cooperation

Becoming a more effective player in the community and learning to work together.

7 Mistakes, resolution, accountability

Appropriation of the concept: Error = learning opportunity. Discovering tools that allow actions to repair

8 Encouragement

Focusing on effort rather than focusing on perfection or the need to please others.

9 Respecting differences

Learning to respect each other's differences.

10 Discussion time in class / community / family

Meeting facilitation, working together towards a common goal, Mastering solution finding.

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Interactive pedagogic workshop

In communities welcoming children:

For children : 20 to 40 minutes

  • Various activities to assimilate  basic 
    psycho-social  skills

  • Sharing ideas and open discussions

  • Focus on practical tools that can quickly be applied.

For professionals :

(teachers, educators, sports coaches, etc.)

  • Workshop or introductory conference to Positive Discipline

  • Support with the implementation with children

  • Organisation of training in the use of tools

 

 

 

For parents :

Conferences and workshops in small groups

  • Making the Positive Discipline toolbox available

  • Open discussions and support in solution-finding

  • Parent - child communication skills