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Child Devlopment 4

Rules of Traffic Model instructional approach to upbringing
Reward & Punishment Model give a reward/praise for a good action; give punishment/reprimand for a bad action.
Fine Gardening Model parents believe that children have positive and negative qualities: therefore parents should “weed-out” the inappropriate behavior.
Modern Models of Parenting non-physical approach to child discipline. Other civilized approaches to discipline such as behavioral control, structure, accountability, & parental supervision.
Nurturing Parent Model family model where children are expected to explore their surroundings with protection from their parents
Strict Father Model places a strong value on discipline as a means of survival in a harsh world
Christian Parenting some models are strict & authoritarian; others are “grace-based” and apply biblical principles to parenting
Attachment Parenting seeks to create strong emotional bonds, avoiding physical punishment: accomplishing discipline through interaction recognizing a child’s emotional needs.
Taking Children Seriously believes that praise & punishment are manipulative & harmful to a child and seeks other methods to reach an agreement with a child.
Concept of Spirit desire to do good actions and avoid bad behavior
Concept of Intelligence implies the child’s morals
Concept of Emotion child’s sense of being loved and their ability to love others.
Parenting for Everyone considers parenting from an ethical point of view. It analyzes parenting goals, conditions, & means of child rearing. It looks at a child’s internal world- emotions/intelligence/spirit
Corporal Punishment infliction of pain intended to punish a person or change his/her behavior
Behavior Modification the use of behavior changing techniques to modify or improve behavior
Time-Out an alternative to spanking and refers to giving the child time by his/herself to think about the inappropriate behavior
Parental Supervision technique that involves looking after or monitoring a child’s activities
Media Supervision protecting them from violent or pornographic images
Physical Supervision to keep a child from hurting themselves or others; keeping them away from dangerous objects and situations
Positive Parenting rather than punish a child for bad behavior, their good behavior is encouraged
Created by: Niameb