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The Incredible Years Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Nandini Jhawar
17:01
https://PollEv.com/surveys/J42YQ79jB3GzQY3DacNUZ/respond
Felicia Graham and Anaseia graham
19:37
guardian
Felicia Graham and Anaseia graham
19:53
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Kelley Corbett- PA-Roberts
20:40
This is my first time
Nicola Stanley
20:49
First time
Felicia Graham and Anaseia graham
21:02
first time
Julia Zimmer
27:30
Can I get a link to the power point? I don't have a babysitter so my attention will be split while attending these zooms but I am in desperate need of this information. Thanks.
mary lisa wade
28:18
Mary Lisa Wade mawade77@scsd.us
Julie Gozan (she/her)
32:20
Definitely transitions is a big issue here too!!
Casey Necheles
34:13
My son definitely needs a 5 minute warning before anything changes
Angela
35:38
My Grandson has ADHD and I use a timer for a set time that my Grandson can use electronics. He is told the timeframe and as soon as the timer rings, he knows that means it's time to get off of the electronic. If he doesn't turn it off within 10 seconds, he loses privileges. I've been doing this for about 6 months and it works great.
Nandini Jhawar
36:07
both of these are great strategies for managing transitions!
Angela
36:25
Before doing this, he was unable to transition from using electronics to doing anything else
Julia Zimmer
39:25
I've noticed her 'tablet' dependence was worsened by Covid. It was the way to participate in school during the shutdown so now she doesn't recognize the difference between the tablet as a tool for education vs. entertainment
Casey Necheles
40:14
We use Family Link (android device) so the tablet times out on it's own. He knows that we can control the time, but also that we won't change it unless under exception circumstances (like a long car ride). It's helpful for the device to turn off on its own rather then us try to take it from him.
Julie Gozan (she/her)
40:59
Yes screen dependence really increased during Covid, and now that my child is a teen she feelsomverly-controlled or babied if I try to discuss/enforce limits. The one thing I have been able to do is turn off her internet access overnight on school nights.
Julie Gozan (she/her)
41:14
*overly-controlled
Julia Zimmer
41:58
What is the difference between positive reinforcement and a bribe?
Julia Zimmer
47:02
Are there some consequences/techniques that are more or less successful for typical vs non-typical kiddos?
Casey Necheles
47:04
I thought "positive reinforcement" meant praise for a good job
Kelley Corbett- PA-Roberts
48:39
I have a two year old, and when he gets upset he tends to throw things. To try and teach him not to throw things, I do use time out as a consequence. When I see him getting upset I ask him if he wants to go in time out and he'll say no and think twice about throwing something. However, if he's Past the point of return he still has moments of throwing. Do you have any other ideas that may be more appropriate or beneficial to teach him?
Nandini Jhawar
51:25
That can definitely be a frustrating behavior to tackle. Hopefully some of our home activities (presented at the end) will outline some helpful alternatives
Julia Zimmer
51:57
How long does an extinction burst last?
Julie Gozan (she/her)
52:16
I have had that with my teen in terms of her digging in and getting more obstinate
Nandini Jhawar
52:53
@Julia depends on the child, the adults' responses, and the behavior!
Nandini Jhawar
53:03
@Julie thank you for sharing!
Julie Gozan (she/her)
57:44
I have that issue too, where sometimes praise can backfire, especially as my child gets older.
Julia Zimmer
01:04:55
I had read that those positive moments of one on one time can be most effective at 3 times a day. The first 5 minutes they wake up, the first 5 minutes they come home from school/daycare, last 5 minutes before bedtime. Is this just "Facebook psychology" or is there some validity to the idea?
Ryan McCarthy
01:10:56
I try and say “thank you” as much as I can when they follow directions. I find they usually reciprocate it and are polite back
Julia Zimmer
01:12:21
Choosing healthy meals. Having more patience.
Julie Gozan (she/her)
01:12:39
Picking up after herself; coming to the table promptly at dinner time; doing chores at chore time
Victoria Spinanger
01:12:53
I like to say good job when they follow directions. I would like to see more polite table manners
Nandini Jhawar
01:13:30
these are great examples! Thank you all for sharing :)
Talitha Baxter
01:14:37
It's hard to keep my 8 yr old on task. We do high fives and thumbs up a lot when she gets her task done
Nandini Jhawar
01:15:01
those are also great alternative forms of praise
Julia Zimmer
01:19:26
Random question for whatever time it is appropriate: How do you navigate all of this in a co-parent situation? i.e. 1 step forward, 2 steps back
Nandini Jhawar
01:29:24
We will try to integrate this question into future sessions
Paula C. Sanematsu
01:31:36
How do we get this material?
Nandini Jhawar
01:32:50
Please email Mary Lisa Wade at mwade@scsd.us
Nicola Stanley
01:33:21
Will there be a certificate given at the completion of this 6 week session?
mary lisa wade
01:34:13
Mary Lisa Wade mawade77@scsd.us
Kelley Corbett- PA-Roberts
01:36:22
Thank you so much!
mu play
01:36:40
Thank you.
Julia Zimmer
01:37:08
Thank you. :)
Tstackhouse ONCare TAY
01:37:30
Thank You
Pamela DiClemente
01:37:56
This is great! Thank you!
Nicola Stanley
01:38:00
any certificate after completion of sessions?
mu play
01:38:05
Yes, I need one too! Mu play
Michael Kuehner
01:38:22
I need packet please
Michael Kuehner
01:38:34
Michaelkuehner@me.com
Pamela DiClemente
01:38:53
Can I have a packet, please! Thank you!
Talitha Baxter
01:39:25
Thank you!
Paula C. Sanematsu
01:39:26
Thank you!