Location: Anshei Sfard

4502 14th Ave

Brooklyn NY 11219 

Location: Anshei Sfard

4502 14th Ave

Brooklyn NY 11219 

Love and Logic®

Creating Self-Controlled, Respectful, and Responsible Kids
Solutions for Parents, Educators, and Other Professionals

February 10 

Kesser Charna Hall: 1310 46th St. Brooklyn NY 11219

What if you could spend a day with one of the world’s foremost authorities on education and
parenting? What if during that day you could laugh and learn while hearing practical skills for
bringing the best out of kids? And would it be worthwhile if you could leave at the end of the
day excited about using these skills?
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear and learn from Dr. Charles Fay of the internationally
renowned Love and Logic Institute.
You will learn:
• How to avoid arguments and power struggles that damage relationships and rob
everyone of joy and motivation
• The three foundational strategies for teaching character, academic skills, and just about
anything else
• Tips for responding when kids become defiant
• The secret to setting limits in ways that promote mutual respect
• How to discipline youth without losing their love and admiration
• Practical strategies for preventing and managing misbehavior in the classroom or any
other group
• A three-part “No Regret” plan for helping youth who are struggling in school
• A host of additional strategies focused on maintaining healthy adult-youth relationships

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(valid till 1/20/20 )

15% off

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15% off

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Professional

$169.00

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Non-Professional

$129.00

Schedule:

This agenda may change without notice.

8:45 – 9:30
Avoiding Unwinnable Arguments and Power Struggles
• How to respond when kids say things like:

“Not fair!”
“All of the other kids get to.”
“If you loved me__________.”

• Why young people learn far more from the Three E’s of Love and Logic:

Example, Experience, & Empathy

• Handling “You can’t make me!” and other forms of defiance at home and in the classroom

9:30 – 9:45
Break
9:45 – 10:45
Setting Limits: Gaining Cooperation, Respect, and Love
• Why young people model their lives after powerful and loving authority figures
• Setting limits with enforceable statements

The more we control ourselves the more influence we have over others.

• Examples of limit setting

Family meals, chores, classroom behavior, playground behavior, sibling rivalry, bedtime,
etc.

• Setting loving limits with very young children

How to get started as soon as they are old enough to crawl

• Helicopters, Drill Sergeants and Consultants

Which style creates confident, self-disciplined kids?

10:45 – 11:30
How to Discipline Kids without Losing their Love and Respect
• Why sincere empathy is essential
It demonstrates unconditional love
It opens the heart and the mind to learning

• Why discipline gains its true power from positive relationships
• What if you can’t come up with a logical consequence?

Have an “energy drain”


Lunch Break 12:00-12:45 (Lunch will be served)

 

12:45 – 1:45 PM

Preventative Measures: When There are Far More of Them than You
• Preventative interventions for maintaining order in the classroom or any other group
Successful leaders focus on prevention. Unsuccessful ones focus on detention.

• Building positive relationships with challenging kids

When we can achieve this, we don’t need many “behavior management” strategies.
• What to do when none of this is working and a student or students is making it impossible for
you to teach.


Break 1:45 – 2:00


2:00 – 3:00
When a Child is Struggling in School: Three Things We Will Never Regret Doing
• Avoiding power struggles over learning
• Building character through chores
• Focusing on their unique gifts

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