058 TSP Criticizing, Complaining, and Correcting | There is a Better Way to Parent

Parents and teachers may be too quick to resort to one of the 3 big C’s when parenting or teaching in the home, but there is a better way to parent. This podcast episode discusses the reasons why we tend to resort to using criticism, complaint, or correction when parenting or teaching. There is a better way to parent or teach.

Here are some of the resources and podcast reflections that I mentioned in the podcast episode:

Episode 15: Asking the Right Questions

Smiling Faces (Reflection)

Scolding Children (Reflection)

Smile (Reflection)

Parents are Haughty (Reflection)

Show Respect (Reflection)

Prayerful Heart (Reflection)

Kindness (Reflection)

Mission of a Parent (Reflection)

Reap What You Sow (Reflection)

Happy Practices (Reflection)

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If you have questions or answers or you would like to comment or leave me a voice mail, you can do so at (512) 537-6356. If you would like to send me an email, you may do so at paula@teachsuzuki.com. I welcome comments and questions about this episode and am interested in hearing about the perspective of other parents and teachers.

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Until next time,

Happy Practicing!

—– Paula —–

© 2017 by Paula E. Bird

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Author: Paula Bird

I am a professional violinist, university teacher, and private instructor with training in the Suzuki Method of Talent Education. I have decades of experience as a teacher and am willing to share my knowledge with parents and teachers of children who are learning music using the Suzuki Method.

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