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Improve Life at Home and at School with Behavior Management

Updated on January 31, 2013

Proper behavior management can help the children overcome several psychological and social challenges at school and home. Child psychologists, education-experts and behavior management expert are highly concerned about the unruly, disorganized behavior among children recently joined school or pre-school program. Proper orientation can only help you get your kid through the right path and improve his life at home and school. Let's explore how you can use the behavior management techniques and get your child's life more organized.

Diagnosing the problem should be the first step for Behavior management: The ABC method

Behavioral problems should be diagnosed properly to create the action plan and resolve the issues. Experts recommend a specific method for identifying the disorder and take action accordingly. The method is termed as ABC method. A stands for antecedents, B stands for the behavior itself and C stands for consequence.

Antecedents refer to the initiating factors of an unexpected behavior. The behavior is a change of normal social norms. Consequences refer to the events that follow an unexpected action. You have to group the problems into these specific categories. Once done, you have to act specifically to handle those and resolve the issue like an expert.


Types of Behavior management strategies: an overview

Experts follow few basic management strategies to organize and socialize the behavior of a growing kid. These strategies are properly outlined for managing and resolving different situations and personalities. These major types of psychological management protocol are given below:

#1 Instructional protocol: this involves use of directions and instructions to make someone act accordingly. These instructions may be positive or negative; following these instructions you can organize and control your child's behavior.

#2 Environmental protocols: this involves environmental orientation for changing or controlling a behavioral disorder. As an example, you have to arrange a quiet room to influence learning positively.

#3 Rewarding protocol: this rewarding protocol encourages a child with ADD or ADHD to concentrate on the desired action and complete the task accordingly. You have to predefine the targets and rewards and educate the child about the system. This works as highly-effective behavior management at school.

#4 Redirecting protocol: This protocol refers to a system where you have to redirect the child to the desired action or rule that you want him follow. The system works great when you're combining the rules or making the kid learn from the mistakes committed previously.

How to plan comprehensive behavior management at home

Step #1: You have to determine the age group, psychological orientation and other major factors that can influence the management plan carefully. This will help you layout the plan in a comprehensive way.

Step #2: Now, you have to make the list of expected behaviors from the referred age group. Then, you have to identify the problem more specifically and make comparisons.

Step #3: Finally, you have to consider the standard techniques to follow. You have to prepare a plan that brings better results with least possible efforts. This will serve as a sure shot plan to manage your problem.

If your child is having issues with behavior management at home, as a parent you should come forward and help him resolve the problem. Explore more about the standard behavior management strategies and create your own plan for a fast, effective and rational result.


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