In this class, host Sarada Thomas introduces three positive parenting techniques: Cooperation, or making effective requests; Tracking problem behaviors; and Encouragement, or rewarding desirable behaviors. The class includes ideas for dealing with children who resist positive parenting techniques.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
describe the key components of effective requests
know why and how to track problem behaviors
explain how to encourage good behaviors
understand when it is time to alter your strategy
(2 credit hours, $10.00 per person).
This course explores three types of positive parenting techniques:
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As a parent and a foster parent, it is hard sometimes to stay calm and catch how I react to certain things children do. The training is very helpful to help parents see how we can get children to respond and behave in a positive way. Lots of patience and time is needed and even more consistency for behaviors to change, both in children and adults.
After viewing this training, I made it a point to reset myself with how I behave in order to model how I expect my children to behave.