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What is Conscious Discipline?
Conscious Discipline® is a comprehensive classroom management program and a social-emotional curriculum. It is based on current brain research, child development information, and developmentally...


The Conscious Discipline program is
CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE This Conscious Discipline guidelines handout enhances the video presentation by Jeanne Yamabayashi, CBS Program Manager from COMCARE during a CMHC~ICE...


Personal Implementation Guide | Conscious Discipline
Conscious Discipline. ®. Implementation Guide. 3. Using what you know about Conscious Discipline, what steps are you willing to take to create a picture...


Conscious Discipline
Conscious Discipline™ links social-emotional learning and classroom management principles. Conscious Discipline™ is an evidence-based comprehensive program that includes


Conscious Discipline
Components of Conscious Discipline. 1.Composure 2.Encouragement 3.Assertiveness 4.Choices 5.Positive Intent Composure is a prerequisite skill adults need before disciplining children.


In a sea of self-help and parenting books, Conscious Discipline...
With Conscious Discipline, we can learn to discipline differently than we were disciplined, break the cycle of “do as I say, not as I do,” and discipline our children without permissiveness, aggression or...


Conscious discipline: the skill of composure
Conscious discipline: skill of encouragement. “We are all in this together.” Encouragement allows us to deeply connect with others, fully appreciating their unique qualities.


Conscious Discipline
Conscious Discipline. 3 Basic Principles. Conscious Discipline. By: Jackie Gore.


Introduction to Conscious Discipline
CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE© was written by Dr. Becky Bailey who has compiled, summarized, and formatted years of brain development research into a digestible and practical format for teachers and...


CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE. The Preschool uses Conscious Discipline to teach children to express and manage their emotions, to resolve conflicts and to create a caring community in our classrooms.