Ce este disciplina ?

Chestionar intrebare: Disciplina = pedeapsa ?
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AdrianaC
Postat: Friday, February 3, 2012 5:36 PM

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Ce intelegeti voi prin disciplina ?
De multe ori mi s-a intamplat sa aud expresia "l-am disciplinat eu" si mi-a sunat 99% a pedeapsa.

Este disciplina doar pedeapsa?

Din punctul meu de vedere, scopul disciplinei este acela de a-i invata pe copii cum sa se comporte, ajutandu-i continuu sa inteleaga atunci cand fac un lucru bun sau unul mai putin bun.

Nu poti nici sa tolerezi orice, dar nici sa il pedepsesti pentru orice. Cumva, trebuie sa gasesti calea de mijloc.

In acest caz, un sistem de recompense si pedepse poate functiona sau este ceva rigid, care ii va dauna mai tarziu personalitatii copilului ?

Cumva trebuie sa gasesti calea de a-l invata aceste reguli de comportament, dar fara a-l determina sa isi piarda respectul fata de sine si bucuria, optimismul...

Cat de permisivi sau de stricti sunteti atunci cand vine vorba de a-l invata pe copilul vostru sa fie disciplinat ?
vanina
Postat: Saturday, February 4, 2012 2:37 PM


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Pentru cine are chef de tradus aici aveti un rezumat bun al tuturor tipurilor de disciplina.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_discipline

Eu sunt adepta disciplinei pozitive. Si o parte din pagina de mai sus de pe wikipedia:

"Non-punitive discipline

While punishments may be of limited value in consistently influencing rule-related behavior, non-punitive discipline techniques have been found to have greater impact on children who have begun to master their native language.[18] Non-punitive discipline (also known as empathic discipline and positive discipline) is an approach to child-rearing that does not use any form of punishment. It is about loving guidance, and requires parents to have a strong relationship with their child so that the child responds to gentle guidance as opposed to threats and punishment. According to Dr. Laura Markham, the most effective discipline strategy is to make sure your child wants to please you.[19]

Non-punitive discipline also excludes systems of "manipulative" rewards. Instead, a child's behaviour is shaped by "democratic interaction" and by deepening parent-child communication. The reasoning behind it is that while punitive measures may stop the problem behavior in the short term, by themselves they do not provide a learning opportunity that allows children the autonomy to change their own behaviour.[20] Although limits are set and rules enforced, the methods of discipline involved are based on whether it strengthens or weakens a parent’s relationship with the child. Many studies show that punishment makes children feel worse about themselves, undermines the relationship with the child and sets up power struggles, which all contribute to make the children act worse.[citation needed] Punishments such as time-outs may be seen as banishment and humiliation. Consequences as a form of punishment are not recommended, but natural consequences are considered to be possibly worthwhile learning experiences provided there is no risk of lasting harm.[19]

Positive discipline is a general term that refers to both non-violent discipline and non-punitive discipline. Criticizing, discouraging, creating obstacles and barriers, blaming, shaming, using sarcastic or cruel humor, or using physical punishment are some negative disciplinay methods used with young children. Any parent may occasionally do any of these things, but doing them more than once in a while may lead to low self-esteem becoming a permanent part of the child's personality.[21]"
aurishta
Postat: Saturday, February 4, 2012 3:05 PM


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Din pacate, unii confunda disciplina cu bataiabanghead . Subiectul este vast, sensibil si merita discutat.
Katrina
Postat: Sunday, February 5, 2012 8:46 PM


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Intr-adevar un subiect controversat,pentru ca fiecare dintre noi intelegem disciplina intr-un alt mod.

Din start eu sunt impotriva violentei fizice si verbale.
Cand greseste ceva in mod deosebit caut sa aflu motivul ,ascultandu-i intotdeauna versiunea ,apoi impreuna analizam situatia ,vedem unde a gresit si cum putem remedia situatia.
Daca a fost nevoie am recurs si la pedepse,in sensul ca i-am interzis anumite lucruri,dar nu inainte de a-i explica de ce a primit acea pedeapsa,durata si cum poate schimba situatia.

Disciplina ,dupa parerea mea se face in timp,uneori prin puterea exemplului,putin cate putin,ca el sa aiba timp sa asimileze si sa inteleaga informatia.Nu poti lasa un copil pana la o anumita varsta sa faca orice si apoi dintr-o data sa-i spui ce are voie si ce nu si daca cumva uita ceva din ce i-ai spus ,sa-l iei la bataie sau sa-l jignesti.
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