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Secrets of Discipline: 12 Keys for Raising Responsible Children

4.18  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Millions of parents and teachers are wondering what has happened to discipline in today's world. How did children end up with all the choices and all the power? Now, here is a brand new resource that helps parents and teachers get back on truck.Secrets of Discipline presents the basics of discipline in a clear, easy-to-understand style. Only when children are well-trained ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published June 28th 1998 by Woodstream Publishing (first published June 1998)
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Sylvester
Jun 30, 2013 Sylvester rated it liked it
Figure I'd better get my ducks in a row. Have a plan. Squirt is still very young, so I'd like to train myself now, before things get really challenging. I have a horror of these kind of books (they contradict each other and have weird theories - well, the Get-Your-Baby-to-Sleep-Like-a-Baby ones, anyway)- however, this one is short and seems common sense. Talk to me in 4 or so years - I'll tell you if it's working.
Mary-Jane
Mar 25, 2012 Mary-Jane rated it it was amazing
I had the opportunity to hear the author speak at a school event and appreciated his perspective of discipline. The book is clearly written and easy to read. A foundational idea is the understanding of discipline as the teaching of skills and the training of compliance. Parents need to undertake this important and time consuming role. He nicely outlines the caveats regarding behaviour modification as a paradigm. I especially appreciated the lack of case studies of his own children, my personal ...more
Jan
Oct 09, 2010 Jan rated it it was amazing
An excellent read full of helpful hints for raising well behaved, independent, "responsible" children.. I often give this book as a baby present!
Stacey St,
An easy and quick read. Some interesting outlooks on discipline and some good reminders on high to raise your children to be respectable and responsible adults.
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Some great points about modern approaches to discipline.
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