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Positive Child Guidance,9780766803602

Positive Child Guidance

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Edition:
3rd
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9780766803602

ISBN10:
0766803600
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/22/1999
Publisher(s):
CENGAGE Delmar Learning
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Table of Contents

Preface xii
Introduction
1(24)
New Roles and Responsibilities in Child Rearing
2(5)
Short-Term Objectives for Child Guidance
7(5)
Long-Term Goals for Child Guidance
12(5)
Practical Application/Discussion: The Spoiled Child--Myth or Reality
17(1)
Questions for Discussion
17(1)
Points to Remember
18(1)
Related Readings
18(7)
Planning the Prosocial Environment
25(28)
Prosocial Behavior
26(1)
Setting the Stage for Appropriate Behavior
26(5)
The Nurturing Social Environment
31(6)
The Nurturing Adult
37(9)
Practical Application/Discussion: William and the Nature Walk
46(1)
Question for Discussion
47(1)
Points to Remember
48(1)
Related Readings
49(4)
Positive Communication
53(36)
Building a Foundation for Positive Communication
54(3)
Effective Listening
57(12)
Addressing Underlying Feelings
69(5)
Positive Instructions Versus Negative Commands
74(1)
Characteristics of Assertive Communication
75(4)
Characteristics of Nonproductive Communication
79(2)
Managing the Positive Confrontation
81(3)
Practical Application/Discussion: ``I'll Leave You Here Forever!''
84(1)
Questions for Discussion
85(1)
Points to Remember
85(1)
Related Readings
86(3)
Positive Action
89(26)
Nonverbal Cues, Body Language
90(2)
Helping Children Resolve Problems Independently
92(4)
Logical and Natural Consequences
96(8)
External Reinforcement
104(3)
Practical Application/Discussion: The Big Boys and the Very Muddy Day
107(3)
Questions for Discussion
110(1)
Points to Remember
110(2)
Related Readings
112(3)
Guidelines for Effective Guidance
115(24)
Ignore Mildly Annoying Behavior That Is Neither Harmful nor Unfair
116(2)
Immediately Interrupt Behavior That Is Harmful or Unfair
118(3)
Assertively Shape Positive Behavior
121(13)
Be Willing to Start Over---To Forgive and Forget Practical Application/Discussion: Will and the Cream-Cheese Won Ton
134(1)
Questions for Discussion
135(1)
Points to Remember
135(2)
Related Readings
137(2)
Understanding Children's Behavior
139(54)
Typical Ages and Stages
140(2)
Infants (Birth---12 Months)
142(14)
Toddlers (12 Months---3 Years)
156(12)
Preschoolers (3--5 Years)
168(8)
Early School-Agers (5--8 Years)
176(5)
Older School-Agers (9-12 Years)
181(4)
Practical Application/Discussion: ``I'm Never Gonna `Vite You to My Birth'ay!''
185(1)
Questions for Discussion
186(1)
Points to Remember
187(1)
Related Readings
188(5)
Understanding the Reasons for Problem Behavior
193(28)
Defining Problem Behavior
194(4)
Stages of Moral Development in Young Children
198(2)
How Do Young Children Learn Right from Wrong?
200(3)
Underlying Causes of Problem Behavior
203(13)
Practical Application/Discussion: Is a ``Really good Spanking'' Really Good?
216(1)
Questions for Discussion
216(1)
Points to Remember
216(1)
Related Readings
217(4)
Managing Persistent Misbehavior
221(30)
Reacting to Needs---Maslow's Hierarchy
222(3)
The No-Lose Method of Conflict Resolution
225(1)
Dreikurs's Mistaken Goals
226(1)
Attention-Seeking Behavior
227(3)
Controlling Behavior
230(2)
Disruptive Behavior
232(3)
Withdrawn, Passive Behavior
235(1)
Screening for Developmental ``Red Flags''
236(4)
Locating Community Resources
240(1)
Meeting Adult Needs
241(1)
Practical Application/Discussion: ``Thank Heavens for Sarah''
242(2)
Questions for Discussion
244(1)
Points to Remember
245(1)
Related Readings
246(5)
Taking a New Look at Children
251(16)
Identifying Personal Biases
252(2)
The Observation Sequence
254(3)
Observation Strategies
257(5)
Practical Application/Discussion: The Mysterious Case of the Spinning Peg
262(1)
Questions for Discussion
263(1)
Points to Remember
263(1)
Related Readings
263(4)
Culturally Sensitive Guidance
267(74)
Historical Perspectives
268(3)
The Child in Society
271(2)
Preparation for Participation in a Democracy
273(1)
The Strain of Changing Disciplinary Traditions
274(1)
Cultural Influences on Child Rearing
275(3)
Preparing Children for the Realities of an Adult World
278(5)
Parent Expectations Related to Social and Economic-Settings
283(2)
Understanding Cultural Differences
285(2)
Philosophies of Guidance
287(9)
Practical Application/Discussion: Bringing Home a Baby Bumblebee
296(1)
Questions for Discussion
296(1)
Points to Remember
297(1)
Related Readings
297(4)
Appendices
A Resources for Helping Contemporary Families Deal with Stress
301(3)
B Resources for Creating a Prosocial Environment
304(2)
C Resources for Keeping Toddlers Safe
306(1)
D Resources for Responding to Special Needs and Interests
307(6)
E Resources for Understanding and Dealing with Child Abuse
313(11)
F Parent Training and Information Projects
324(10)
G National Disability Organizations and Agencies
334(3)
H Bilingual Children's Books Affirming Cultural Differences
337(3)
I Internet Starting Points for Parents and Caregivers
340(1)
Glossary 341(4)
References 345(12)
Index 357


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