DAVENPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT

  • 1) What can you do to help your child? Goals.

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    What do you want different, better or changed with your child? Answering the following questions will start this journey.

    1 Goals.pdf 160.57 KB (Last Modified on January 11, 2016)
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  • 2) Developmental Stages

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    Our personality traits come in opposites. We think of ourselves as optimistic or pessimisic, independent or dependent, emotional or unemotional, adventurous or cautious, leader or follower, aggressive or passive. Many of these are inborn temperament traits, but other characteristics, such as feeling either competent or inferior, appear to be learned, based on the challenges and support we receive in growing up.

    Arlene F. Harder, MA, MFT

    2 Developmental Stages of EE.pdf 483.24 KB (Last Modified on January 11, 2016)
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  • 3) Skills Training for Children with Behavior Disorders

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    Parents with mild to moderate levels of stress can use a variety of coping strategies.  These strategies are common sense approaches, but they may also require the assistance of a mental health professional to help the individual develop necessary skills...

    Michael L. Bloomquist

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  • 4) Parenting from the Inside Out

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    Research in the field of child development has demonstrated that a child's security of attachment to parents is very strongly connected to the parent's understanding of their own early-life experiences. Scientific studies show that it is not what happened to you that matters most in determining how you raise your children; instead, it is how you have come to make sense of your early life experiences that is the most robust predictor of how your children will become attached to you....

    Daniel Siegel and Mary Hartzell

    4 Parenting from the Inside Out.pdf 179.31 KB (Last Modified on January 11, 2016)
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  • 5) STEP-Systematic Training for Effective Parenting

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    The Goals of Misbehavior

    The Goals of Positive Behavior

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