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“Strengthening Filipino Responses in the
Homes, Schools and Communities”
A Trainers Manual on Positive Approach to
Child D...
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY IN ALL PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
“ The State shall defend the rights of children to
assistance, including proper care and nutrition, and
special protection...
WHY Positive Approach to Child
Discipline?
WHAT is Corporal Punishment vs.
Positive Discipline?
HOW Positive Approach to C...
Is any punishment in which physical, non
physical force and other forms are/is used
intended to cause some degree of pain ...
 Hitting,
 ‘smacking’,
 ‘slapping’, ‘spanking’ children, with the hand or with
an implement –
 a whip
 Stick
 belt,
...
But it can also involve, for example,
 Kicking
 shaking or throwing children
 Scratching
 Pinching
 Biting
 pulling ...
Includes:
◦ Belittles
◦ Humiliates
◦ Denigrates
◦ Scolding
◦ Scapegoats
◦ Threatens
◦ Scares or
◦ Ridicules the child.
 Creates fear in the child.
 Engenders feelings of confusion, resentment and
anger.
 Lowers the child’s self esteem.
 ...
 The discipline act is
not commensurate to the offense committed by the
child;
used frequently and without valid reason...
 does not mean punishment or conflict between
parents and child.
 it means helping a child learn from mistakes and
devel...
 Building a mutually respectful relationship
with students and among students
 Consistent:
◦ Clear communication
◦ Reinf...
is a response that is
directed at the
individual.
It represents a desire
of one person to hurt
another; and it is an
expre...
Child Rights PrinciplesChild Rights Principles Pedagogical PrinciplesPedagogical Principles
Setting long-term goals
Child ...
 Set Guidelines with clear expectations
Establish clearly your expectations
Explain the reason for rules
 Encourage th...
 Stop, look and Listen…
 Be fair and flexible
 Manage stress …. Control anger
 Check the causes of that behavior
 Take “time-in” for regular updating and dialogue
 Administer discipline in private
...
Thank you very
much!
I love you all!
_ estee’
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  1. 1. “Strengthening Filipino Responses in the Homes, Schools and Communities” A Trainers Manual on Positive Approach to Child Discipline
  2. 2. CHILD PROTECTION POLICY IN ALL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS
  3. 3. “ The State shall defend the rights of children to assistance, including proper care and nutrition, and special protection from all forms of neglect, abuse, cruelty, exploitation and other conditions prejudicial to their development.”
  4. 4. WHY Positive Approach to Child Discipline? WHAT is Corporal Punishment vs. Positive Discipline? HOW Positive Approach to Child Discipline be the practice in Schools
  5. 5. Is any punishment in which physical, non physical force and other forms are/is used intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light. Forms: Physical and non-physical forms of punishment
  6. 6.  Hitting,  ‘smacking’,  ‘slapping’, ‘spanking’ children, with the hand or with an implement –  a whip  Stick  belt,  shoe,  wooden spoon  hanger
  7. 7. But it can also involve, for example,  Kicking  shaking or throwing children  Scratching  Pinching  Biting  pulling hair  forcing children to stay in uncomfortable positions,  Burning  forced ingestion
  8. 8. Includes: ◦ Belittles ◦ Humiliates ◦ Denigrates ◦ Scolding ◦ Scapegoats ◦ Threatens ◦ Scares or ◦ Ridicules the child.
  9. 9.  Creates fear in the child.  Engenders feelings of confusion, resentment and anger.  Lowers the child’s self esteem.  Engenders a more external locus of control.  Hinders a strong potential for escalation.  Trains a child to use violence. Perpetuates the cycle of violence within families  Is associated with more behavioral problems.  Adversely affects the child’s cognitive functioning.  Stunts internalization of moral values and capacity for empathy. Dr. Violeta Bautista, a clinical psychologist
  10. 10.  The discipline act is not commensurate to the offense committed by the child; used frequently and without valid reason; not appropriate to the age, gender, physical and mental state of the child. done due to impulsive anger with the purpose of hurting the child;  Child sustains physical or non-physical injuries and is in pain especially the vulnerable parts of the body  If it humiliates the person of the child
  11. 11.  does not mean punishment or conflict between parents and child.  it means helping a child learn from mistakes and develop self control. All children need the security that comes with knowing the rules and boundaries of behavior; without these guidelines they feel at a loss.  Requires… Flexibility from the parents, using different strategies to match child’s growth and development. Dr. Anita Gurian, Child Study Center r. Anita
  12. 12.  Building a mutually respectful relationship with students and among students  Consistent: ◦ Clear communication ◦ Reinforcement of expectations, agreements or rules  Child and Human Rights Based  Intended to Safeguard the Rights of Children  STOPS, LOOKS, LISTENS
  13. 13. is a response that is directed at the individual. It represents a desire of one person to hurt another; and it is an expression of hostility rather than corrective love. Is directed at the objectionable behavior, and the child will accept its consequence without resentment. Punishment
  14. 14. Child Rights PrinciplesChild Rights Principles Pedagogical PrinciplesPedagogical Principles Setting long-term goals Child Rights PrinciplesChild Rights Principles Pedagogical PrinciplesPedagogical Principles Child Rights Principles Pedagogical PrinciplesProviding Warmth Providing Structure Understanding Child Development Providing Warmth Providing Structure Recognizing Individual Differences Problem Solving and Responding with Positive Discipline Source: “Positive Discipline in Everyday Teaching” by Save the Children
  15. 15.  Set Guidelines with clear expectations Establish clearly your expectations Explain the reason for rules  Encourage the child’s independent thinking and negotiation skills  Teach the children about the effects of their action; providing information on how to make a good decision.  Provide unconditional support… will help the child succeed
  16. 16.  Stop, look and Listen…  Be fair and flexible  Manage stress …. Control anger
  17. 17.  Check the causes of that behavior  Take “time-in” for regular updating and dialogue  Administer discipline in private  Administer discipline firmly, thoroughly and with consistency.
  18. 18. Thank you very much! I love you all! _ estee’

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