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by Becky Bailey

Download There's Gotta Be a Better Way: Discipline That Works! eBook
ISBN:
0963875213
Author:
Becky Bailey
Language:
English
Publisher:
Learning in Action (December 1, 1994)
Pages:
341 pages
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There's Got To Be A Better Way: Discipline That Works! ISBN. 0963875213 (ISBN13: 9780963875211).

This book provides readers with a humorous and enlightening way to uncover damaging beliefs that adults hold about themselves and children. With this new understanding, readers are guided through specific examples, situations and interactive discipline skills. The book is based on love and acceptance instead of fear and control. There's Got To Be A Better Way: Discipline That Works! ISBN.

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thank goodness, there is a better way. helpful guidance to work past the basics and prepare for the harder stuff. I know I am not alone in saying how wonderful Becky Bailey is for writing these books. definitely a great resource. definitely recommended. One person found this helpful. This information is priceless if implemented in the classroom or home.

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This book provides readers with a humorous and enlightening way to. .Becky Bailey has written possibly one of the best books on guidance ever.

A must for anyone who works with or has children!& Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. She describes the importance of using appropriate, positive techniques when guiding children as opposed to punitive, negative techniques many of us were raised with.

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Becky Ann Bailey is the author of seven books, including Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline, There's Gotta Be a Better Way: Discipline That Works, and I Love You Rituals. She received her P. in developmental psychology and early childhood education from Florida State University in Tallahassee, and designed Florida's first undergraduate degree program in early childhood education.

There's gotta be a way to get out of here. Restless How are you breathless? Tired but restless And lacking of tone. Song from the Swiss Army Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Heartless How are you heartless? I see your sadness And make it my own. There's gotta be a better way to get out of here. Where did you come from? Where did you go? More on Genius. This is a song which Hank says his mother used to sing to him to help him to not overthink things, though he supposedly couldn’t remember the words. A Better Way" Track Info.

There is a better way! For use with ages 0-12. Paperback, 325 pages. For use at home or school, this book reveals the secrets of shifting from negative, guilt producing patterns of discipline to teaching children life-skills and promoting self-esteem. Children have changed. Adults must change how they discipline children to be effective. We cannot teach children skills we do not possess. This book uniquely and humorously helps adults uncover damaging beliefs about themselves and children. Learn how to use every conflict moment as a teaching opportunity. Acquire the strategies you need to create a problem solving community of learners.

Philadelphia: Quirk Books, 2011. The Wonder of Boys: What Parents, Mentors, and Educators Can Do to Shape Boys into Exceptional Men. New York: Tarcher, 1996.

There’s Gotta Be a Better Way: Discipline That Works! Oviedo, FL: Loving Guidance, 1997. Faber, Adele, and Elaine Mazlish. How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk. Rev. ed. New York: HarperCollins, 1999. Эмоции и развитие ребенка. Philadelphia: Quirk Books, 2011. Boys: Changing the Classroom, Not the Child. Flushing, MI: Self-published, 2009.

This book provides readers with a humorous and enlightening way to uncover damaging beliefs that adults hold about themselves and children. With this new understanding, readers are guided through specific examples, situations and interactive discipline skills. The book is based on love and acceptance instead of fear and control. Step-by-step, readers learn how to teach children to meet their needs in socially acceptable ways without adults being too controlling or permissive. This book is for every parent or teacher who wants to create an environment of problem solving where children "choose" to be participate and cooperate. There is a better way!
  • Kardana
This is a very thorough approach to understanding the mindset of discipline as TEACHING, not punishment. I found it very helpful. And a lot of the skills she talks about are applicable to dealing with adults, too!

One of them is "Positive Intent" - basically assuming the best about something we cannot know. So when a driver cuts me off in traffic I assume, "they must have a sick child at school," or something similar, and just as noble, and that is why they cut me off - not just because they are impatient and mean. Since I will probably never know the truth, it really does not matter what I think, but thinking something positive makes ME feel better about it! Brilliant! :) (The same goes for disciplining your children - always assume they are innocently trying to figure things out, not just trying to be mean or "push your buttons.")

It is a long book, though, so be prepared to wade through it (not overly long, but not a short read by any means). And it will make you think. But if you stick with it. I think you will be convinced and finish it with some skills to assist in your discipline efforts, if nothing else.
  • Utchanat
A must read for any parent or teacher. Really helps you to say the right thing to encourage children.
  • Hugifyn
great book and very helpful informaiton
  • Thordira
Like the book
  • Ferri - My name
as a former teacher and current administrator, i have learned that one can never have too many tricks in one's bag of strategies to help children learn to self regulate - and also learn good classroom management strategies.
  • Efmprof
thank goodness, there is a better way.
helpful guidance to work past the basics and prepare for the harder stuff.
definitely a great resource.
definitely recommended.
  • X-MEN
Dr. Bailey has an image of children and what their lives could be like that is a synthesis of some of the best writing in the field in heart-felt, everyday terms. This book is an invitation to explore your deepest beliefs, your own childhood, your heart, in order to be the type of adult who allows chidlren to flourish, thrive and laugh their way through childhood. I use this book as the bible for my college Guidance for Young Children class and make a gift of it to teachers and parents who are struggling to be the parent or teacher they really want to be. I love this book.
I am a parent and preschool teacher and I can't stop reading this book! Dr. Bailey is right on target with her words of wisdom.