Effective Guidelines for Behaviour Management
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The effective guidelines for behaviour management have the following characteristics—The guidelines focus on promoting the self-control and will-power among the childrenThe behaviour management guidelines make the children understand the acceptable andinappropriate behaviourThe behaviour management guidelines encourage the children to make judgments in asituation (Uchida et al., 2014)The behaviour management guidelines give importance on enabling the children to expresstheir feelings in the right mannerThe guidelines give importance on improving memory of the childrenThe guidelines also focus on respecting the necessities and rights of othersReference:Uchida, M., Faraone, S. V., Martelon, M., Kenworthy, T., Woodworth, K. Y., Spencer, T. J., ... &Biederman, J. (2014). Further evidence that severe scores in theaggression/anxiety-depression/attention subscales of child behavior checklist (severe dysregulationprofile) can screen for bipolar disorder symptomatology: a conditional probability analysis.Journal ofaffective disorders,165, 81-86.Direct eye contact and gestures are important to share the non-verbal messages (Burgoon et al., 2016).While providing instruction to a young person, I should use gestures and direct eye-contact for non-verbal communication.Reference:Burgoon, J. K., Guerrero, L. K., & Floyd, K. (2016). Nonverbal communication. Routledge.The positive reinforcement allows the children to repeat the expected behaviour. The examples ofpositive reinforcement may include—•Allowing the children to take part in their favourite activities for good behaviour—Hi Alice, youwere great in the last physical activity class. Now, you can spend some time to finish your favouritepainting.•Praising the children for conducting some tasks in the right way-- Hi Anthony, you organizedyour books perfectly. Keep the good work.•Providing children with an item they prefer for their good behaviour-- You were great during allthe learning sessions throughout this week. Let’s celebrate it with a scoop of your favourite ice-cream.Reference:Gabor, A. M., Fritz, J. N., Roath, C. T., Rothe, B. R., & Gourley, D. A. (2016). Caregiver preference forreinforcement based interventions for problem behavior maintained by positive reinforcement. Journal‐of applied behavior analysis, 49(2), 215-227.