ERIC Number: ED417873
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
La crianza practica de los hijos: una guia paso a paso para formar hijos responsables y hogares felices (Common Sense Parenting: A Practical Approach from Boys Town).
Burke, Ray; Herron, Ron
This workbook is designed to help parents develop a "common sense" approach to child rearing and become more effective parents. Each of the 15 chapters suggests a parenting skill and gives examples for using the skill in a variety of situations. Each chapter also includes exercises designed to help parents put these skills into practice with their children. The chapters address: (1) discipline as a teaching experience instead of a punishment experience; (2) sending clear messages to children; (3) the role of consequences in changing behavior; (4) positive consequences; (5) negative consequences; (6) effective praise to encourage positive behavior; (7) preventive teaching; (8) development of family rules; (9) staying calm when responding to problems; (10) corrective teaching; (11) teaching self-control; (12) family decision-making; (13) reaching goals with charts and contracts; (14) family meetings; and (15) the importance of time with children, family traditions, consistency, and parenting with love. Four appendices list positive consequences that cost no money, time-out guidelines for parents, chores for children, and important skills for children and adolescents to learn. (HTH)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Behavior Problems, Child Rearing, Discipline, Elementary Secondary Education, Family Communication, Family Relationship, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Education, Parent Role, Parenting Skills, Parents as Teachers, Teaching Methods, Workbooks
Boys Town Press, 14100 Crawford Street, Boys Town, NE 68010; phone: 800-498-4900; World Wide Web: www.parenting.org ($14.95, plus $4 shipping; Nebraska residents must add 5% sales tax).
Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, Boys Town, NE.