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Presentation from the 2009 National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals Conference by Rebecca Case.

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    How Paraprofessionals Can Neutralize Arguments with Love and Logic How Paraprofessionals Can Neutralize Arguments with Love and Logic Presentation Transcript

    • Love and Logic Behavior Management for Paraprofessionals Rebecca Case, ED.S. 5/09
    • History
      • Love and Logic was developed by Jim Fay and Dr. Foster W. Cline in 1977
      • They have a combined 75 years of working with and raising their own children
      • Teaches adults how to develop responsible children through, empathy, decision making, and consequences
    • Key Concepts
      • Locking in sadness or empathy
      • Enforceable Statements
      • Sharing control
      • Building relationships
      • Neutralizing arguing
      • Delay The Consequence
    • Locking in sadness/empathy
      • Establishing that you care about their distress/problem
      • Sadness over bad decisions
      • Opens the mind to thinking
      • Avoids fight or flight
    • Enforceable Statements
      • Basis for classroom policies
      • Only rules/procedures that are able to be carried out with logical consequences should be used
      • State what you will do not what they can’t do.
      • “ I take quiet students to …”
    • Sharing Control
      • Provide choices when it’s convenient and when you are comfortable about it.
      • Provide choices before they whine.
      • Avoid allowing them to manipulate you.
    • Student/Teacher Relationships
      • One Sentence Intervention
      • Specific positive praise
      • Attribution Theory
    • Neutralizing Arguing
      • Use one-liners
      • I respect you too much to argue
      • Smile
      • Post a sign for when you’re available to argue.
    • Anticipatory Consequence
      • Deal with disruption with a delay
      • Empathy first
      • Consequences will happen, but “don’t worry about it until later”
    • References
      • http://www. loveand logic.com
      • www. loveandlogic forum .com