Will good parenting skills change a child’s bad behavior? Some people may say that to fix a child’s behavior parents should involve punishment. Maybe they will also say that punishment leads to having a well-disciplined child. In the article, “No Spanking, No Time-Out, No Problem,” Olga Khazan proposes a parenting intervention from a child psychologist, she utilizes it to persuade readers along with parents into believing that punishment cannot change negative behavior. Kazdin discusses the causes behind a negative behavior from a child and utilizes it to prove that punishment does not need to be utilized. Discipline causes children to center their consideration and outrage toward an “unfair” parent, maybe than on learning ypon their claim
Don’t let them think that raising their voice makes them heard, give equal attention to both parties.
What is necessary in raising a child? Discipline. But this discipline is not like any other. It requires patience, time, and hardwork coming from the parent. Children desperately need their parents ' love and avowal as well as their authoritative guidance and rectification. Disciplining children is part of the tough work of parenting, but in the long run, the positive effects are very visible. There is a variety of ways of discipline teaching that can be enforced on to children. One of which includes physical punishment or spanking. Parents have been entrusted with the incredible privilege and responsibility of shaping their children 's behavior in a positive direction (Alto, 2006). Unfortunately, many enter this world with desires that
3. Explain how your views on guidance have changed since you started studying early childhood education.
In every school there are set policies and procedures so that all people working within the school are aware and stick to the same rules. Consistency is imperative. All adults working in the school would be : teaching staff, support staff, lunchtime supervisors, kitchen staff, governors, after school staff and temporary staff. There are many policies in schools that children and staff should be aware of. For example : Behaviour policy, bullying, attendance, code of conduct, sanctions & rewards and health and safety.
I have played sports sense I can remember. Unfortunately, I did get a concussion in high school playing basketball. I had to sit out three games and had to pass a neurology exam to be able to play. I do agree with school rules on concussions. A brain injury is something you do not mess with. I understand playing the game is what every athlete wants to do but, a long term brain injury is not worth a game. Depending on how bad the injury is, can lead to the athlete sitting out a whole season. Which is a hard thing take. Like I said, a long term brain injury is not worth a season or game. If I have children I will let them play contact sports. I do not believe in holding back my child because you are afraid of them getting hurt. They could get
In this milestone we will be looking at a few key items of employee and labor relations. Some items that this paper will cover are things such as employee discipline, performance management and employee and labor relations. First, we will start by looking at employee discipline.
The theory behind behavior modification ethics has a reputation for its accomplishments and disappointments. In addition to this, there are many dangers in using physical punishment as behavior modification with the two primary modifiers of behavior being Classical conditioning and Operant conditioning. The outcome of using negative reinforcement has its share of benefits and downfalls in human behavior whereas; positive reinforcement seems to win over. Then there is the theory of Operant Conditioning of B.F. Skinner and what the public’s view on this theory is and how well it works.
Some of the strengths of using bandura theory would be that I will be able to reflect on my practice and how I would be able to better myself, though using reflection I would also be able to see my own strengths and weaknesses during my practice. I would also be able to use this reflection with the child in my transition as I would be able to reflect on what the preferers, this could be a person in the setting that they have taken a liking to or simply a piece of food. "People not only gain understanding through reflection, they evaluate and alter their own thinking."- From Social Foundations of Thought and Action, 1986. Another strength of Bandura theory may also be that though using his ideas of reflection and role modelling for the children as they are impressable and learn though observing us, we are then able to help them develop just by setting examples of ways to behave. This
The American academy of pediatrics goes into looking at the long term effects of spanking. Spanking is only the beginning of the different variations of corporal punishment discipline.a long term effect is the fact that it does make them a more aggressive parent, spouse, partner,etc. .
Spanking is a form of discipline that parents use towards their children when they are doing something that is deviant. However there are both pros and cons when it comes to spanking a child. A study done by Murray Strauss was conducted to see if spanking increased antisocial behavior in children. A total of 807 mothers, with children ages 6 to 9, were chosen in the study (Strauss, Sugarman, & Giles-Sims, 1997). The results showed that 45% of mothers that spank their children do it around 2.1 times a week (Strauss, Sugarman, & Giles-Sims, 1997). As the years progressed and the spanking continued, Antisocial Behavior tended to worsen as well. The study also found that when parents reduced their tendency of spanking, Antisocial Behaviors tended
As mentioned previously, a significant number of parents emphasize the use of punishment to ensure total obedience and submission of the child. Most overprotective parents discipline their child through physical punishment and only a few acknowledge the use of explaining and reasoning with the child. The following is a statement of a father and his experience and opinion in punishments:
P. J. O 'Rourke once said “Everybody knows how to raise children, except the people who have them” (O’Rourke, Pg.10). Parents always want their children to be better than what they used to be when they were at their age; that is why they care about every detail in their children’s life especially when it comes to behavior, obeying them and listening to their words.