Maria Luisa Salcines is a certified parent educator and parent coach for The International Network for Children and Families. She works with school districts as a consultant giving workshops and parenting classes in Redirecting Children’s Behavior, and Redirecting for a Cooperative Classroom.
She is also a Parent Instructor Network Trainer and can certify individuals interested in teaching the Redirecting Children’s Behavior Course.
She is a frequent guest speaker in schools and community organizations where she shares her experiences as a parent, Cuban immigrant, and a writer.
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Maria Luisa Salcines, Director
Redirecting Children’s Behavior Rio Grande Valley
108 South 16th street
McAllen, Texas 78501
Redirecting Children’s Behavior Course Description
This is a powerful course that teaches practical parenting skills. Participants learn the following in a supportive, non-judgmental, and loving atmosphere.
- Understand why a child misbehaves.
- Learn how to resolve conflicts without power struggles.
- How to teach children respect and responsibility.
- Discipline with positive messages.
- How to recognize the goal of misbehavior a child is in, and how to redirect the child in a loving positive way.
- Discover ways to teach children self-control and build their self-confidence.
- Learn how to conduct family meetings, and have a more open communication within the family.
Redirecting for a Cooperative Classroom Course Description
Being a teacher can be frustrating when you have students who are unmotivated, break the rules, and who do not participate in class.
This course teaches you how to:
- Create teamwork and cooperation, and enhance students’ and teachers’ self-esteem and communication skills.
- Develop ways to help the discouraged child and learn how to handle feelings.
- Create a democratic classroom with effective agreements and consequence strategy.
- Learn how to redirect a student’s behavior, deal with power struggles, and students lack of self-confidence.
- Create steps for an effective class meeting, and learn how to use natural and logical consequences for handling conflicts.