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Developing and Implementing Effective Discipline Policies
A Practical Guide for Early Childhood Consultants, Coaches, and Leaders



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A Practical Guide for Early Childhood Consultants, Coaches, and Leaders

 

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Learn how to rethink discipline policies, strengthen team spirit, and implement policy changes with Developing and Implementing Effective Discipline Policies, the workbook companion to the award-winning book Effective Discipline Policies. Written for early childhood administrators and principals, trainers, coaches, and consultants, this book can help guide your policies to success! Using the five-step model, discover how to use the data gained from the unique Teaching and Guidance Policy Essentials Checklist (TAGPEC) tool to:

  • build teams
  • rethink discipline approaches
  • develop young children’s social-emotional competence to reduce challenging behaviors
  • train staff • implement school-wide policies
  • support continuous quality improvement efforts

Successful behavior-guidance approaches in early childhood programs aren’t only possible, they are also highly successful! With this book you can ensure your students get the best guidance possible under thoughtful discipline policies aimed toward skill development and growth.

Sascha Longstreth, PhD

Dr. Longstreth is chair and associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. She began her career as a preschool teacher and has...

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Sarah Garrity, Ed.D

Sarah Garrity, EdD, is an associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. Her research and policy interests focus on early childhood workforce development,...

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Lisa Linder, PhD

Lisa Linder, PhD, is a professor in the department of child and family development at SDSU and is a licensed clinical psychologist.

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