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Parenting Session 3

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Session 3 powerpoint. Nature of Humans, Temperment, Attention Chart

Session 3 powerpoint. Nature of Humans, Temperment, Attention Chart

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  • 1. WELCOME!
  • 2.
  • 3. Review
    Special Time-Homework
    Thought on articles?
    How id modeling important to parenting and our children’s self esteem?
  • 4. Nature of Humans
  • 5. Group Discussion
    Which dimension do you function in the most?
    Do you feel age effects the dimension in which we function?
  • 6. Unique Characteristics
    Special Time-tell kids they are unique and you them
    Develop their
    Personal style
  • 7. Cycle of Life and Nature of Humans
    Early Childhood-Physical Dimension
    Late Childhood-Emotional Dimension
    Adulthood-Mental Dimension
    Elderhood-Spiritual Dimension
    SOCIAL
  • 8.
  • 9. Group Discussion
    Why did you name your child their name?
    What special interest does your child have? Do you share this same interest?
    How can we encourage our children’s interests?
  • 10. Temperament Characteristics:
    Activity (High/Low)
    Rhythm (Regular/Irregular)
    Reaction to the new (approach/withdraw)
    Adjustment to Change (Easy/Difficult)
    Threshold to response (High/Low)
    Intensity to Reaction (High/Low)
    Mood (pleasant/moody)
    Distractibility (high/low)
    Attention span (high/low)
  • 11. How can we turn these into good things?
    Clingy
    Cry baby
    Hard headed
  • 12. Consequences and Behaviors
    The most powerful consequence is ATTENTION
    POSTIVE ATTENTION is better than NEGAVITVE ATTENTION
  • 13. Attention Chart (Token Economy)
    Choose a behavior to focus on
    Choose a specific time for what you want to see/hear start or finish
    Use CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS to describe what you want to see or hear
    Place chart on refrigerator
    Mark the chart every day at the same time
  • 14.
  • 15. Physical Rites of Passage“you are what you eat”
  • 16. Were these emphasized when you were growing up?
  • 17. Mental Rites of Passage
  • 18. Do you feel any of these areas are important for our children today?
  • 19. Thank You

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