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Instructive Discipline is Built on Understanding: Choosing Time In

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What's In This Kit?
This training kit provides an overview of the topic of positive or instructive discipline. It introduces the idea that teachers help children learn self-control over time by providing them with many opportunities to learn from their experiences in a supportive, positive environment.
It contains:

  • Expected training outcomes
  • Preparation instructions
  • Training strategies and tips
  • Implementation steps
  • Follow-up activities for teachers
  • Follow-up activities for administrators/directors
  • A learning assessment
  • A training evaluation/further needs assessment
  • A resource list
  • The article "Instructive Discipline is Built on Understanding - Choosing Time In" by David Elkind
  • A training certificate to award to teachers for attendance and participation
  • A certificate for the trainer and other presenters

Who's the Target Audience?
The target audience for this kit is beginning and intermediate teachers working with young children from birth to age 8. Teachers will learn the difference between positive guidance and punishment as well as expected outcomes for children of using positive guidance techniques in the classroom. In addition, they will learn specific positive guidance skills to add to their teaching repertoires.

Teacher Skill Level
beginning intermediate advanced
Children's Age Level
infants toddlers preschoolers school-agers birth to 8

Kit Timeline:
Preparation time for this kit ranges from 1-3 hours. Implementation time is 1.5 hours.

Training Outcomes:

  1. Teachers will differentiate between discipline and punishment.
  2. Teachers will define children's misbehavior as opportunities to teach.
  3. Teachers will explore the differences between time out and time in.
  4. Teachers will review the school's written material about discipline to assess if it accurately represents the school's philosophy of discipline.
  5. Teachers will select a name that the school's approach to discipline will be called.

These training outcomes address the following:

  • A-6a; A-6b of the Accreditation Criteria and Procedures of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC, 1998)
  • 1 and 4b of NAEYC Standards for Early Childhood Professional Preparation, Initial Licensure Level (NAEYC, 2001).
  • Standard 1304.52(h)(1)(iv) of Head Start Performance Standards (Federal Register: Nov. 5, 1996, Volume 61, Number 215).


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