Free Essays on Discipline For Children

  1. Discipline

    Discipline is an important component of the growth process of children (Child Discipline). Since the beginning of time, discipline techniques used have varied with each family. However, the general importance of discipline within a household has been commonly accepted. One may ask, "What is discipline...

  2. Disciplining Children

    advantages and disadvantages of disciplining children. Firstly, it will evaluate the disadvantage side of disciplining children and it will include the bad relationship it can create between children and parents, lack of social interaction and then children can become verbally disrespectful. Secondly...

  3. Lack of Discipline in Children

    of Discipline in Children ENG 101 Evelyn Hill January 28, 2013 Walk into any public and look around; what do you see? Most people would say; products, people, families, and children. Next, watch some of the children for just a minute and listen to them. There are probably some children playing...

  4. Advantages and Disadvantages of Disciplining Children

    Abstract This essay will provide a discussion on the advantages and the disadvantages of disciplining children. The first part of the essay begins by elaborating on the disadvantages of disciplining children. These disadvantages include establishment of anxiety and fear, emotional fallout and rebellious behavior...

  5. Stop Spanking: Save the Children

    Spanking has been used for many years and it must come to an end. Also known as corporal punishment, spanking is most often used as a form of discipline. Although it is said to have some benefits, the negative consequences far outweigh the good. According to Dr. Wilson and Dr. Lyon, "physical punishment...

  6. Children Do the Crime and Parents Do the Time

    Stewart 1 JENNIFER STEWART 05/06/2013 WRITING 101 DR. V Children do the Crime and Parents do the Time I. II. III. Put a Stop to it Before it Starts Parental Responsibility Evaluating Juvenile Crime Stewart 2 Children do the Crime and Parents do the Time I. Put a Stop to it Before it...

  7. spanking

    Spanking: An Effective Way to Discipline Remember a time when a parent disciplined a child in front of you. What was that child doing to deserve the punishment they received? Was the punishment appropriate for the behavior or should the child simply have been scolded? Spanking is defined by Webster’s...

  8. The Adjustment of Children of Divorce

    The Adjustment of Children of Divorce It is hard to imagine a more difficult transition for a child than to be a party to his or her parents' divorce. The children in a divorcing family know that nothing will ever be the same again, and their previously secure world is in a state of change. So what...

  9. The Importance of Discipline

    The Importance of Discipline By: Alexis Wagner June 14, 2013 The dictionary definition for discipline is “a branch of learning, training that develops self-control.” Discipline to me is a form of work that takes time; but, in the end works for your good. A person can be someone “disciplined” or...

  10. Normalisation

    should help the child live up to their highest potential. Normalization describes the process that occurs in the Montessori classroom, where young children, usually with short attention spans, learn to focus and concentrate their energies for sustained periods of time, while deriving self-satisfaction...

  11. The Effects Divorce Has on Children

    Morgan Sharp Prof. Hamilton ENG COMP II 1213-TC18S 8 February 2016 The Effects Divorce Has On Children Today, in society, people are starting to get married at a much younger age. It seems that this might be linked to divorce becoming more apparent in families. Some have this mentality that...

  12. Special Education Provision for Children with Disabilities

    Special education provision for children with disabilities in Irish primary schools – the views of Stakeholders A report on research commissioned by the NDA May 2006   Background This paper is based on research that was commissioned by the NDA in 2004 and conducted between September...

  13. Research-Parent Discipline

    Parents must use various types of disciplines to guide their children. As each child is different, even within the same family, discipline may vary. It is a constant rollercoaster to find the most affective type of discipline for their child. Different options for discipline could be spanking, time out, or...

  14. Different Styles of Parenting

    ultimate goal of their parenting. Permissive parents tend to avoid conflict at any cost and discipline and/or limits are often missing from the household of permissive parents. The child qualities of children raised by permissive parents usually have poor emotion regulation, are defiant to challenges...

  15. Is Physical Force a Justifiable Method of Punishing Children?

    Is physical force a justifiable method of punishing children? strictly punish children for small faults — means to lose any of their trust and respect. Jean de La Bruyère was a French philosopher and moralist. serious risk for parents is that instead of becoming for the child force protecting...

  16. Impotance of Discipline

    Discipline is the process of training oneself in obedience, self control, skill, etc. The controlled, ordered behavior results from such training. Discipline is the basis of the whole universe. The solar system is governed by certain laws to maintain perfect harmony and beauty. Without this order, there...

  17. How Does the Tabula Rasa Discourse Shape Adult Perceptions of Childhood? in What Ways Does It Differ from Other Discourses of Childhood?

    influence our thinking and behaviour, and this line of thought and behaviour forms a discourse. Each gender has different discourses as do adults to children and the affluent to the poor amongst others. Using morality as an example, a masculine perspective often places the highest value on ideas like justice...

  18. Are Children Being Diagnosed with ADHD too Hastily

    Are children too hastily being diagnosed with ADD? Holly R. Lusby Western Governors University SST TASK 2: ARE CHILDREN TOO HASTILY BEING DIAGNOSED WITH ADD? A1 Twenty years ago children being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder was not as common as it is today. Are children too hastily diagnosed...

  19. The Effects of Using Physical Punishment to Discipline Children

    The effects of using physical punishment to discipline children When deciding on how to discipline children you have to ask yourself some questions. Does the discipline stop the behavior? How many times have you received physical punishment for discipline as a kid? How many times have you repeated...

  20. Behavior Managment

    Behavior Managment Children of all ages look to adults for guidance. As professionals, we strive to provide school-age children with an environment that encourages exploration, interaction, decision-making and fosters self control. When adult guidance is needed, it is important to understand individual...

  21. Abuse vs Discipline

    Blake Moss Abuse Versus Discipline A mother spanks her child in a public parking lot. While a nearby citizen watches in horror and begins to dial 911. Is this wrong? Does the mother have authority to do this to her own child? Who gets to decide how the mother disciplines her child? Why here? These...

  22. Views and Opinions on the Effectiveness of Corporal Punishment to Discipline a Child

    Corporal Punishment Is Effective in Disciplining Children ENG 122 Professor Heather Altfeld December 18, 2008 Corporal Punishment Is Effective in Disciplining Children There are differing views as to whether corporal punishment is effective in disciplining a child or whether it...

  23. content on discipline problems in school

    Content The purpose of discipline is to help the individual to gain knowledge, habits, interests and ideals which conduce to the well being of him, his fellows and society as a whole. Besides that, discipline should be taught in school by teachers since young. Giving discipline lessons to the teenagers...

  24. Safeguarding Children

    ‘Behaviour Policy” within this document it is clearly set out what is expected of the children and also staff. The document highlights on discipline stating school/ playground rules and classroom rules. Alongside discipline there is a rewards system in place praising good behaviour and successes I have included...

  25. spank child help

    Home Babies & Children The Argument For Spanking Vs. Not Spanking Your Child The Argument For Spanking Vs. Not Spanking Your Child More Like This Spanking Vs. Alternate Punishments? Should I Spank My Child Alternatives To Spanking Your Child Discipline Without Spanking ...

  26. Harris Home for Children: the Legacy Lives on

    Harris and her husband, the parents of five children, determined to do something to make a better life for abandoned and neglected children, opened its doors to what we know today as the Harris Home for Children. The Harris Home was established to care for children living in inhuman circumstances in Huntsville...

  27. Book Review Positive Discpline

    Jill Blazer Book Review October 21, 2012 Book Title: Positive Discipline Author: Jane Nelsen, Ed. D. Publisher and Date of Publication: Originally published by Sunrise Press, Fair Oaks, Cain 1981. First Ballantine Book Edition: August 1987. Purpose: One of the key purposes of this book...

  28. The Changes in Disciplining Children

    Andrew McClarren Disciplining Children Exemplification Essay The United States once considered the conventional utilization of corporeal punishment by parents on children routine. However, contemporary times show these views are becoming outdated as today’s world varies tremendously from that of the...

  29. Position Paper- Child Abuse and Discipline

    PARENTAL DISCIPLINE AND ABUSE Parental discipline and child abuse are among the most controversial topics currently, and they cause serious problems for children in the United States. Child abuse essentially focuses on the child’s bad behaviors and gives the child emotional and physical harms...

  30. Impotance of Discipline

    Discipline is the basis of the whole universe. The Earth, the Sun, the Moon and other plane s, all are governed by a set of laws to maintain perfect harmony and beauty. There will be chaos without this order. Similarly, discipline is one of the basic requirements of a civilized life. Every society has...

  31. Positive and Negative Effect of Media on Children/Adolescents.

    . Date: Nov 9, 2013. Positive and negative effects of Medias on children/adolescent. Media is a vast form of communication that flows into and spread out through nearly every aspect of modern culture. Today, people use Medias like TV, radio, cell phone, video game...

  32. Classroom Management

    effective classroom management are making sure that children have fun learning. I believe that I will use mostly the constructivist approach to classroom management. I want children to have fun learning and that is okay to make mistakes. I want children to be able to make choices for themselves and know...

  33. School Uniforms - Teaching Discipline

    afford them. The use of uniforms has already been put into practice in several long-standing social environments. Uniforms are used as a form of discipline by the penal system to brand people who are incarcerated. Likewise, the military also uses them to separate and remove the individualism inside of...

  34. Letter to Ms Devine

    Dear Editor, I am writing in reference to the article by Ms. Devine, “Bringing up children isn’t kids stuff.” Her article has raised different ideas about parenting to me and I think has changed many people’s views towards parenting, but not mine. I would like to say that certain parts of...

  35. Child Behavior

    Some may not agree to my personal opinions or findings and this is why I have chosen this topic. “Yes”! Children do have worse behavior without a doubt than they did years ago, because children these days have access to electronic devices, phones, social media, Youtube and other things that we did not...

  36. Effect of video games on Children

    beneficial social and psychological effect on teens and children. There have been many discussions and conflicts that say that video games influence children in a negative way. It is impossible to say that violent video games do not negatively influence children because they do, but it is possible to say that...

  37. Difference Between Child Abuse and Child Discipline

    use anger in non self control. Non-accidental physical injury occurs. Discipline is when your are trying to raise your child correctly and teaching them how to respect themselves and others. Laws on physical abuse and discipline are very different in each state, wqsome states are too lenient and need...

  38. Different Styles of Disciplining

    Carl Hellard English Comp 1 Michael Lake 6/14/2011 Discipline In today’s society we have more violence, more disrespect for others and just a general indifference towards others. Be it one person towards another, one generation against the former or latter generation or the one sex domestic violating...

  39. Discipline

    college leader, school counselor and church member. He has over thirty years of experience. He highlighted issues of parental custody and student discipline as those that affect our school the most. Reflecting on a recent custody case in which I was called to testify, my principal said, “ it seems the...

  40. Children Are Active in Constructing Their Own Learning, Discuss Relevant Theories of Development

    contrast the four theories to the extent that they are seen to support children as active in constructing their own learning. Having taken these details into account I will conclude as to whether the four theories support the statement “children are active in constructing their own learning”. The first...

  41. Discipline

    Discipline Discipline is the process of teaching the child what type of behavior is acceptable and what type is not acceptable, it teaches a child to follow rules. Discipline may involve both punishment, such as a time out, and, more importantly, rewards. It sounds so straightforward, yet every parent...

  42. Child Discipline Expository Writing

    A Fine Line between Child Abuse and Discipline Child abuse is the physical injury of a child inflicted by a parent which ranges from superficial bruises, broken bones, burns, serious internal injuries and in some cases, death (Prevent Child Abuse America). Child abuse is a topic that causes rage in...

  43. The Abuse of Children

    he abuse of children has come to be seen as a major social problem and a main cause of many peoples suffering and personal problems all statistics on the incidence and prevalence of child abuse and neglect are disputed by some experts. Many children live through everyday being abused sexually, physically...

  44. Discipline in Children

    Discipline is a dreaded word especially for children (even for some grown-ups). It represents a systematic and organized approach to all our activities. It is the cornerstone for success in professional endeavors. Even in today’s age of management jargon, discipline is relevant. It has metamorphosed...

  45. Decepline

    obtained by enforcing compliance or order. A systematic method to obtain obedience: a military discipline. A state of order based on submission to rules and authority: a teacher who demanded discipline in the classroom. Punishment intended to correct or train. A set of rules or methods, as those...

  46. Child Discipline

    ------------------------------------------------- GOALS OF EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE Discipline is the structure that helps the child fit into the real world happily and effectively. It is the foundation for the development of the child’s own self-discipline. Effective and positive discipline is about teaching and guiding children, not just forcing them...

  47. A Review of Child Rearing

    by Diana Baumrind, they reasoned that Jamaicans have a harsh authoritarian style of parenting which tends to stunt the socioemotional growth of the children. Smith & Mosby listed these harsh styles as including flogging, shouting, and being hit with various objects from shoes to tamarind sticks. The wrongdoings...

  48. Corporal Punishment

    Is Corporal Punishment Needed to Discipline Children? Kenneshea Q. Alexander PSY101 Mahaliah Bowman-Campbell 29 April 2013 I. Introduction Why discipline children? Who should be the disciplinary? What are the causes and effects of corporal punishment? Thesis Statement Corporal punishment...

  49. Concerns for Children in Beauty Pageants

    Concerns for Children in Beauty Pageants Specific Purpose: I would like to inform the audience of the concerns I have for the world of children’s beauty pageants. Introduction Attention Material: Imagine this: It’s 6:00am on a Friday morning and you are being woken up to be prepared for a long weekend...

  50. Practical Life exercises and how it fosters independence in children

    “Little children, from the moment they are weaned, are making their way towards independence.” Dr Montessori believed that from the moment child is born, he begins his journey to independence. She believed that every child is born with certain potentialities/Nebulae and an urge or Horme to carry...

  51. Explain How the Hidden Curriculum and Processes Within Schools Help to Produce Inequalities Between Children of Different Social Classes

    Explain how the hidden curriculum and processes within schools help to produce inequalities between children of different social classes The hidden curriculum is the norms, values and social expectations indirectly conveyed to students by the styles of teaching, unarticulated assumptions in teaching...

  52. Health Perspectives

    injury to a child from punching, biting, kicking, and even shaking. In many cases, physical abuse results in inappropriate or excessive physical discipline. Second type of Child Maltreatment would be Child Neglect, or failure to provide for the basic needs. Neglect can be Physical, Educational, or...

  53. Spanking vs. Other Forms of Punishment

    themselves how to discipline their children. Spanking is a controversial issue with many studies conducted on who is doing it, if it is effective, and what, if any effect does it have on children. Should a parent spank, or should they try other alternatives to discipline their children? This paper examines...

  54. School Violence

    exists. It is critical that everyone understands that we have to address school violence in order for society to correct the problem and ensure that children within schools are not only safe but continue to learn. School violence has been paired with the layering of causes and risk factors that include...

  55. Discipline

    Discipline is one of the basic requirements of a civilized life. Every society has to set certain norms for people to follow. Everything in this world is governed by a definite set of laws. If everything goes on in a definite routine and the discipline is maintained then there would not be any chaos...

  56. Single moms

    Parenting: Overcoming the Odds Society today is in worse shape than it was in the 80’s and 90’s and “children living with two married parents has decreased seventy seven percent since 1980”(“Family Structure and Children’s Living Arrangements.” ChildrensStats...

  57. Why Spanking Children Is Wrong

    Why Spanking Children is Wrong Parents have been spanking their children for hundreds of years, but recently this practice has come into question. The concern is not regarding the effectiveness of spanking but the correctness of spanking. Parents should not be allowed to strike their children. Child abuse...

  58. A Brand New Global Discipline: Excenomics

    he/she does (competencies) and consequently what he/she has resources like finances, network and opportunities. Hence, Excenomics as a new global discipline pinpoints that the strategic long term focus on excellence will be most effective in producing sustainable tangible and intangible results. EXCENOMICS...

  59. Child Discipline

    Forms of Discipline: What is best for the child? Children are like flowers, if well taken care of they will bloom. If ignored or tortured, they will wither and die. Child discipline is one of the most important elements of successful parenting. Today, many people have this notion that physical abuse...

  60. Into the World

    Pip My personal interest project Heck I am fine… “What is the effect of physical abuse on children??? PIP My personal interest project Introduction When I first heard of the personal interest project, various ideas swarmed in my mind. It took an agonising long time to choose a...