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Behaviour Management

Good behavioural management is about a holistic approach that gives more attention to building loving relationships, respect and clear guidance rather then punishment or consequences. The old way of parenting children is changing. It is changing to give more respect to children and recognise they have needs connected to their development stage.
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A behaviour management approach has two main approaches and both need to be used. A proactive approach is when we set foundations and practices that encourage and reinforce the child's desired behaviours; the second is a reactive response to a problem beh

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A topic and meaning I struggle to understand; and I am willing to learn more.

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Children need to build self esteem through love.

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This topic discusses the foundations necessary for the establishment of constructive and positive behaviour management strategies. It is about a holistic approach starting with foundations that build strong respectful and supportive parenting relationship

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Child need to know the boundaries set in each environment they live; these need to be given through clear communication.

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