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In this podcast episode, Melody breaks down simple, but effective tips to consider when your child doesn’t want to attend class or practice. Let’s face it, children aren’t wired to be self-motivated, so we need all the strategies we can get! This podcast is for parents, teachers, coaches, and caregivers that work with children!
In this podcast episode, Melody breaks down the real meaning of discipline vs. punishment, and provides step-by-step details on how to manage misbehavior in a more productive manner. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and care givers that work with children!
In this podcast episode, Melody Shuman breaks down being a helicopter parent in a productive manner! She talks about the reasons why we as parent’s hover over our children, the consequences of over-doing it, and the ‘4 P’s to Being Productive’ as a helicopter parent. This podcast is great for parents, but also for teachers, coaches, and instructors so that we can have a new perspective on helicopter parents that we deal with on the regular basis.
In this podcast episode, Melody breaks the benefits of helping children make choices. She will share with you her strategies for engaging children in the decision making process, how to reflect on poor behavior choices, and ideas on how to repair poor behavior choices. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and instructors!
In this podcast episode, Melody breaks down three habits we have as role models that are leading by bad example for children. She talks about the negative effect of gossiping, hypocritical tech time, and lack of proper attention. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and instructors!
010 Edutainment

010 Edutainment

2016-10-1917:14

In this podcast episode, Melody breaks down one of her signature teaching skills: Edutainment. She will show you how to make learning fun while also integrating some education and good habits. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and instructors!
In this podcast Melody Shuman breaks down the symptoms, benefits, and tips for working with children that are overly-sensitive. You’ll learn how to approach these children with a more positive and productive outlook. This is a great podcast for parents, teachers, coaches, and other people that work with children.
In this podcast episode, Melody Shuman breaks down a simple 3-step process for connecting with children. She explains the benefits to connecting with children first before teaching them a lesson, as well as the process for re-directing them after you make that initial connection. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and any one else that works with children!
In this episode, Melody breaks down her five favorite strategies for helping children make good behavior choices. Children don't have a manual on proper behavior choices, so these five strategies will become the road map they want and need. This podcast is great for parents, teachers, coaches, and any other people that work with children!
In this Podcast, Melody breaks down how to transform the expectations of children with ADD/ ADHD from a negative perspective to a positive perspective. If you are a parent, teacher, coach, or instructor that works with kids that have ADD/ ADHD, then this Podcast is for you!
In this Podcast, Melody breaks down the needs of children with ADD/ ADHD. She shares with you a 4-step process to help fit the needs of these kids in a more positive and productive manner. If you are a parent, teacher, coach, or instructor that works with kids that have ADD/ ADHD, then this Podcast is for you!
In this episode, Melody Shuman shares with you her first-hand experience with children between the ages of 10 to 14-years old. This is a bitter-sweet age group because they have a lot of short-comings, but also a LOT of strengths, which leads to a LOT of misunderstandings. If you are a parent, teacher, or coach then this podcast is for you!
In this episode, Melody Shuman shares with you her first-hand experience with children between the ages of 7 to 9-years old. This is such a wonderful age, but there are many adults that have misconceptions about what to expect from them. If you are a parent, teacher, or coach then this podcast is for you!
This audio recording is great for parents, teachers, coaches, instructors, and everyone else that works with children, or at least likes to learn about children!
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