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Wikkie  guidance strategies
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Wikkie guidance strategies

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  • 1. Major PositiveDiscipline Strategies
  • 2. Guidance Strategies• Help children save face and preserve their dignity.• Set limits well.• Teach more helpful behaviour.• Set up practice sessions and give on the spot guidance.
  • 3. Guidance Strategies• Give signals or cues for newly constructed behaviour.• Change something about a context or setting.• Identify problem ownership.• Give meaningful feedback to children.
  • 4. Guidance Strategies• Identify mistaken goals and use encouragement.• Ignore behaviour (only when it is appropriate to do so).• Redirect very young children: Divert and distract.• Redirect older children: Use substitution.
  • 5. Guidance Strategies• Listen actively.• Deliver I-messages.• Teach conflict resolution (problem solving).• Recognize signs of stress, anxiety, or strong emotion; prevent overstimulation; teach calming techniques.• Manage strong emotions responsibly.
  • 6. Guidance Strategies• Listen actively.• Deliver I-messages.• Teach conflict resolution (problem solving).• Recognize signs of stress, anxiety, or strong emotion; prevent overstimulation; teach calming techniques.• Manage strong emotions responsibly.

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