Teaching people to do the right thing, even when no one is looking

Upcoming Courses!

Positive Discipline in the Classroom
Register/Info
5 Thursdays
Oct 16-Nov 13
4-7pm
at Highlands Elementary in Renton

Building Resiliency: Engaging Students Exposed to Trauma Register/Info
Oct 28
4-7pm
at Cleveland High School

Mentor Group for Parent Educators
Email interest to

Free Parenting Talk Oct 16
6:30-8:30pm
at Highlands Elementary

Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way
Register/Info
October 16-18
Thurs Location:
Highlands Elementary in Renton
Fri-Sat Location:
2100 Building
Seattle
Cost: $425, includes $93 of materials, $375 if you register 30 day in advance.




Follow Us

Facebook Logo

Twitter Logo

Follow us on Twitter! @SoundDiscipline


Google+



Blog

Follow our blog
for parents



Sign Up
for our Newsletters


Educators Newsletter
Sign Up Today!




Email Marketing by VerticalResponse


Parenting Educators
Newsletter
Sign Up Today!




Email Marketing by VerticalResponse
You need to upgrade your Flash Player in order to fully view this site
GET NEW PLAYER
Happy Family

Educators:

Parents and Caregivers:





Hear what people are saying

Sound Discipline Videos Sound Discipline Videos


--------------------


Amazon Logo

Shop Amazon for Sound Discipline

Did you know that if you start your Amazon purchases on our page that Amazon gives up to 10% of the price of the purchase to Sound Discipline?

Look at books that we recommend

Please start your Amazon purchases here!

Parenting Educators:



Sound Discipline teaches people to do the right thing, even when no one is looking. Using a research-based, experiential and culturally-responsive approach, Sound Discipline teaches parents and educators to build respectful relationships and use solution-focused problem solving with children and each other. Sound Discipline helps families, schools, and communities eliminate race bias in discipline and foster academic excellence, citizenship, equity, and democracy.



Our whole school model builds an inclusive and socially competent learning community over three years. Each school adapts the program to its own culture and challenges within a clear framework to meet its long term goals. Schools monitor their own progress with regular data evaluations.