Guidance by cuiliqing

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									Developmentally Appropriate
   Guidance Techniques

           HGD
          GPS 13
              Discipline
• Generally considered a response to
  children’s behavior.
         Positive Guidance
• An approach that allows the child to
  develop self-discipline gradually.
            Self-discipline
• The ability to control one’s own behavior.
                  Limits
• Guides to actions and behaviors that
  reflect the goals of the center.
      Positive Reinforcement
• A consequence that rewards a particular
  behavior and encourages its repetition.
              Redirection
• The steering or redirecting (in this case,
  the steering of disruptive behavior to more
  acceptable behavior)
               Redirection

• Diverting or turning a child’s attention in a
  different direction.
           Direct Guidance
• Physical and verbal actions, such as facial
  and body gestures, that influence
  behavior.
          Indirect Guidance
• Outside factors influencing behavior such
  as the layout of the center.
                Modeling
• In social learning theory, the process of
  imitating a model.

								
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