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Chapter 5 Helping Children Cooperate

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  1. Chapter 5 Helping Children Cooperate

  2. Cooperation is Working Together! Learning Cooperation for life Parent’s Teaching Job Parent’s Model A happy home environment

  3. Problem Ownership • Parent or Child? • Ownership first step • Sets the strategy • Independent Children • Parent Ownership/Action

  4. From Problem to Solution

  5. Determine Who Owns the Problem 4 Questions RHPA determine ownership: Rights? Harm? Property? Age Responsibility?

  6. Determine Who Owns the Problem 4 What are the four questions?: Rights? Harm? Property? Age Responsibility?

  7. Who owns the problem?

  8. Group Activity Who owns the problem?

  9. Solving Problems Together Choices Ignore it Reflective listening I-message Choices and Consequences Exploring Alternatives

  10. Solving Problems Together What are the Choices? Ignore it Reflective listening I-message Choices and Consequences Exploring Alternatives

  11. Steps to Exploring Alternatives Understand it Brainstorm Discuss Choose pg 90 Implement

  12. What are the steps? Understand it Brainstorm Discuss Choose pg 90 Implement

  13. Using Open Questions Get them talking – not Dragnet! Solving the wrong problem Problem identification 5WH

  14. Deadlock – Now What? Find common ground Respectful the real problem Agree not to fight Time-out Resume discussion later

  15. Deadlock – Now What? Find common ground Respectful the real problem Agree not to fight Time-out Resume discussion later

  16. Family Meetings Why have a family meeting?

  17. Finding the Time Review schedules Meet Consistently Schedule appropriate amount of time

  18. Ground Rules All need to participate Limit complaining No interruptions (phone calls, texting etc.) TV off Keep to the time limit & topics

  19. Structured or Non-Structured? You Decide

  20. Agenda /Topics Family Rules Chores Homework Week/Weekend Plans Recognition

  21. Real Issues

  22. Agenda/Topics Plan Family Activity Topics suggested by children Fire Escape Plan Current Events Moral Dilemma

  23. Discuss & Plan

  24. Build a Bridge to Cooperation

  25. Problem Situation Hand Out Tony and Ruby have three children. Alex is 10, Tonia is 9, and Paula is 6. The parents want to begin having family meetings. They decide to start by planning something fun to do together. The family talks about what to do. Alex and Paula want to go to a movie. Tonia wants to go to a carnival. Mom likes the movie idea. Dad thinks the carnival would be fun, but he is willing to do what the rest of the family decides. Tonia refuses to go to a movie.

  26. Problem Solving • What are the problems here? • What guidelines for family meetings could help? • How might this family cooperate to solve these problems?