Character and parenting assessment

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Character traits Social Intelligence and Gratitude are key to children’s success. Can parents develop their children’s character & can parenting assessment help?

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Character and parenting assessment

  1. 1. Parenting and CharacterAccording to Paul Tough thedevelopment of key character traits thatlead to success are:• Grit• Self-Control• Zest• Social Intelligence• Gratitude• Optimism• CuriositySource: Paul Tough, How Children Succeed Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character(2012)Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt, BostonWhich Parenting Behaviors assessed by the Keys toInteractive Parenting Scale (KIPS) promote thedevelopment of these Traits
  2. 2. 1. Sensitivity of Response2. Supports Emotions3. Physical Interaction4. Involvement5. Agenda6. Language Experiences7. Reasonable Expectations8. Adapts Strategies to Child9. Limits & Consequences10.Supportive Directions11.Encouragement12.Exploration/CuriosityKIPS ItemGritZestSocial IntelligenceGratitudeOptimismCuriosityCharacter and ParentingSelf-ControlCharacter
  3. 3. 1. Sensitivity of Response2. Supports Emotions3. Physical Interaction4. Involvement5. Agenda6. Language Experiences7. Reasonable Expectations8. Adapts Strategies to Child9. Limits & Consequences10.Supportive Directions11.Encouragement12.Exploration/CuriosityKIPS ItemGritZestSocial IntelligenceGratitudeOptimismCuriositySelf-ControlCharacterThis PostCharacter and Parenting
  4. 4. 1. Sensitivity of Response2. Supports Emotions3. Physical Interaction4. Involvement5. Agenda6. Language Experiences7. Reasonable Expectations8. Adapts Strategies to Child9. Limits & Consequences10.Supportive Directions11.Encouragement12.Exploration/CuriosityKIPS ItemGritZestSocial IntelligenceGratitudeOptimismCuriositySelf-ControlCharacterCharacter and Parenting
  5. 5. 1. Sensitivity of Response2. Supports Emotions3. Physical Interaction4. Involvement5. Agenda6. Language Experiences7. Reasonable Expectations8. Adapts Strategies to Child9. Limits & Consequences10.Supportive Directions11.Encouragement12.Exploration/CuriosityKIPS ItemGritZestSocial IntelligenceGratitudeOptimismCuriositySelf-ControlCharacterCharacter and Parenting
  6. 6. 1. Sensitivity of Response2. Supports Emotions3. Physical Interaction4. Involvement5. Agenda6. Language Experiences7. Reasonable Expectations8. Adapts Strategies to Child9. Limits & Consequences10.Supportive Directions11.Encouragement12.Exploration/CuriosityKIPS ItemGritZestSocial IntelligenceGratitudeOptimismCuriositySelf-ControlCharacterNext PostCharacter and Parenting
  7. 7. Your thoughts on how parents promote thedevelopment of character are very welcome in thecomments section: http://comfortconsults.com/blog/
  8. 8. See ComfortConsults.com for more information on what KIPS can do foryou, your program and families
  9. 9. See ComfortConsults.com for more information on what KIPS can do foryou, your program and families
  10. 10. See ComfortConsults.com for more information on what KIPS can do foryou, your program and families
  11. 11. See ComfortConsults.com for more information on what KIPS can do foryou, your program and families

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