Train your child’s character: what happens when you aren’t looking? Turn your exasperating discipline challenges into successful encounters that make a difference for the next time. Instead of doing figure 8’s with their behaviors, your children will make progress in their understanding of why they themselves want to improve!
A child is made truly noble by carefully training his character, not just by curbing his external behavior via discipline. Beyond Discipline looks at numerous immediately practical and effective strategies to accomplish that. These insightful protocols were gathered from Renee Ellison’s veteran teaching experience of over 25 years, while working with hundreds and hundreds of students. These strategies work. In this book you’ll learn how to “run ahead” of your child’s disturbing behaviors as well as now to shore up the “afterwards” of these events to far better advantage than you ever thought possible. You will now find yourself surer of your children’s behavior, even when you aren’t watching them. Your children, so trained, will be at peace with themselves and with others, making your family life a happier one. These are teacher-proven, time-tested techniques that produce exceptional results. Read the table of contents.
Bonus section: Discipline strategies to use for managing groups of children. These strategies were originally developed to use with very unruly children in after school programs. These do the job!
Have a Kindle reader? Only the Kindle version of this title includes further ideas for training in subtle areas that most parents just let go. What a difference this further refinement can make! We drew these tips from interviews with families whose children turned out exceptionally well.
Kindle file size: 589KB. Published January 2013. ISBN: 978-0-9882835-4-1. Once you have purchased it and downloaded the file to your computer, email it to your dedicated Kindle email address. If you don’t know what that is, go into your Kindle managing account on Amazon.com to ascertain your Kindle email address.