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ST R E S S - FREE DISCIPLINE for Families and schools. By Judith Bonner, MAED. Discipline is not only Punishment. Biblical discipline stops wrong or poor choices whether you are there or not! It also starts right choices. Do you have a plan for responsibility training?

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    1. STRESS-FREEDISCIPLINE for Families and schools By Judith Bonner, MAED

    2. Discipline is not only Punishment • Biblical discipline stops wrong or poor choices whether you are there or not! • It also starts right choices. Do you have a plan for responsibility training? Proverbs 29:15 says “The rod and reproof give wisdom, but a child left to himself brings shame to his mother.”

    3. The Hebrew word for reproof includes: • Correction • Refutation • Proof (even in defense) • Argument, and • Reasoning. (definitions from Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance) • Discipline is consistent consequences.

    4. Who am I? • graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in English and Social Studies • MA is in adult education from U of Phoenix • taught 19 years, mostly in secondary school, • raised two gifted sons, • English Department Chair, 3 years, • wife of Rev. Mike Bonner, Yard D (special needs) Pastor at Donovan State Prison.

    5. Family

    6. Hobbies

    7. Stress-free Discipline is a Love Tool Kit What We Need to Know • Sources of stress • Stress management • Realistic goals & expectations • Discipline & teaching skills • A “cheap” flexible system with built in motivation

    8. How can we practice Stress-free Discipline? What We Need to Be • Spiritually & emotionally stable • Proactive • Determined • Educated • Interdependent • Self-disciplined

    9. The Right Discipline Causes Poor Behavior to Disappear & Right Choices to Begin. • The right system rewards good behavior consistently. • It gives time-saving consequences for both good and poor behavior. • Small disturbances are consistently caught so children are discouraged from risking larger ones.

    10. The Right Discipline Builds Life-long Love Stress Free Discipline stops wrong choices and builds teamwork with proven techniques. Basics of this system have been well researched with all types of students and used in classrooms nationwide.

    11. It Provides Reasonable Expectations & Motivators Stress Free Discipline has flexible maturity-appropriate expectations measured with points. Quality control is built into the points. Points become time spent in educational activities with parents.

    12. Stress-free Discipline Provides Systematic Growth of Adult Skills… • As you work this system, your child learns adult skills. • Hourly, daily, or weekly rewards build maturity step by step. • Children can be disciplined singly, in pairs or teams.

    13. Stress-free Discipline Factors in Growth, Fun and Accountability for Everyone. • AParent’s expectations list (on a few tasks of your choice) and Points Chart educates your child in adult skills, roles, and responsibilities. • Call it delegating: your child helps you on your own self improvement. • Your authority remains intact.

    14. Stress-free Discipline is More than Doing Chores It is: • Biblical habits such as speaking the truth in love, • Leadership, • Win-win negotiation, • Impulse control, • Grace, • Berean Teamwork training, • Adult thinking skills.

    15. God’s The Owner, You’re the Coach, They’re the Team • There’s only one game: one chance to pass the baton • Ignorance is never bliss: you must have a plan even if you change it on the field • Lifelong love for you and for Christ is the prize • Go for the Gold

    16. Benefits to Parents include these: • Children mature, accepting adult roles step-by-step • They practice being responsible, choosing what’s right as well as stopping wrong behavior • Consistent consequences cause them to stop pushing boundaries at home & school • Children have a disciplined but satisfying home life. • Children master their own impulses, and a Christ-centered lifestyle • Children have double rewards for following rules at school while building high-level thinking skills • Their stress levels are lowered while building a higher, realistic self-esteem • The family team enjoys lifelong love and learning

    17. Benefits to Schools include: • Students who have internalized mature concepts of responsibility and consequences • Students who have a disciplined but satisfying home life • Student mastery of impulse control, higher self-esteem and a Christ-centered attitude • At-home rewards and reinforcement for right and wrong school choices • Reduced time, money and effort on dysfunctional student behavior

    18. Service Activities • I’m available for workshops, interactive presentations and coursework. (Call 619-575-7980 or email to judithdbonner@gmail.com). • With your help I train your team to do meetup.com course follow-up and outreach. • Participants receive monthly newsletters.