Our goal as parents is to raise responsible, self-sufficient, young people who have self-control. Those who will do the right thing even when no one is watching. We shape our children from the day they are born. We give them the security that comes from love and the ability to navigate the world that comes from our guidance. When we discipline wisely, our children thrive. But discipline is not about controlling our children.
You may want to propose a behavior plan of your own, particularly if you have a good relationship with your child study team, and your child's teachers are as frustrated by the delays as you are. It describes the problematic behavior, why the behavior occurs, and how to intervene or manage it. The BIP goal is to help your child learn more effective and socially acceptable ways to behave by using a reward and consequence system. Conversely, she may have to go elsewhere after one warning if she continues to be disruptive.
Found in: Classroom Management. Behavior contracts are formal written agreements regarding behavior, which are negotiated between a child and a school staff member, parent, or other individual. These contracts are effective in altering behavior in students of all ages Mathur et al.