PIP: Traditional Behavior Management
October 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Positive Indian Parenting is an eight week course focusing on traditional and culturally specific parenting practices and values. We will explore attitudes in a variety of traditional child-rearing ways and apply them to values and challenges of modern parenting skills.
Session 5: Traditional Behavior Management
This session is designed to explore behavior management through looking at traditional ways and modern skills. It examines several old teachings about discipline and introduces the parent to modern concepts. Parents are asked to examine the values behind the old ways and apply those values when guiding their children’s behavior.
In this session parents will learn:
- recognize some ways in which Indian parents have historically managed the behavior for their children
- understand that discipline is the teaching of self-control
- know how to provide their child with limits and consequences that will be respectful and kind
Dinner and childcare are provided.