Project #196314 - Case Study Questions

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/14/2017 06:00 am

Joaquin is a caregiver for a group of eight-year-olds. He would like to change the way some children react when there are problems among them. Danisha, the youngest boy in the group, never does anything wrong, but when someone else misbehaves, he loudley says, "You're going to get in trouble for that".

 Emily maintains control over her two friends by threatening, " I won't invite yo to my birthday party if you don't do what I want!"

 Joaquin understands that Danisha is trying to be good and wants Joaquin to notice him, but also to punish the wrong-doers. Emily maintains control by what generations of children have done: withholding a promising plesure.  Joaquin knows these behaviors are not healthy for any of the childrenand wants to them change.


1). Why are the children reacting this way?

2). Joaquin wants to reinforce the importance of the rules as well to help the childrenmove on to a higher plane of morality. What could he say to the children?

3). When you are faced with helping childrenmake decisions about good or bad behavior, what do you want them to learn?


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