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The Tools for Teaching Parent Edition

Tools for Teaching is a proven set of skills and strategies to successfully manage your classroom with a positive, practical, low stress approachWouldn't it be great if you taught parents these same skills to use at home?

Dr. Jones's video course for parents does just that. Each course chapter or disc centers on a theme that will help parents develop positive relationships with their kids, while better understanding the skills that Tools for Teaching offers to the classroom.

"It would be a crime not to try this. I put the methods into practice and it has helped me greatly. I always thought I was a good, active parent, but this has helped me be better."

Versie Burgess, Former President

Midwest Region 6 Title One Parents Association

Chapter 1 / Disc 1


How to get your kids to stop doing

what you don't want them to do.


Training Sessions Include:

  • Calm is Strength, Upset is Weakness

  • The Body Language of Meaning Business

  • Backtalk and Consistency

  • Rules and Consequences

Chapter 2 / Disc 2


How to get your kids to do what you want them to do when you want them to do it.


Training Sessions Include:

  • "I Was Not Put On This Earth To Be Your Servant."

  • Teaching Your Children To Do It Right

  • "Why Should I?" - Building Motivation


Chapter 3 / Disc 3


How to teach your kids right from wrong.


Training Sessions Include:

  • Teaching Right from Wrong

  • Building Relationships

  • Protecting Relationships



I want to tell you how useful your Limit Setting techniques have been with my oldest daughter. Sometimes I didn't even realize I was using Limit Setting until after I did it. It diffuses a lot of potential screaming and stress at home, just like it did in the classroom.”


Jennifer Blaske

parent & teacher

Marietta, GA


I believe that Fred Jones has created a special program for parents. They get to know their children better, and they’re able to see them grow and excel academically, personally, and within their family. I think it brings families closer together.


Derrick Rainey

high school senior

Little Rock, AR



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