Positive Discipline in the Classroom, Revised 3rd Edition: by Jane Nelsen Ed.D., Lynn Lott, H. Stephen Glenn

By Jane Nelsen Ed.D., Lynn Lott, H. Stephen Glenn

The Acclaimed Bestseller that could enhance Your lecture room event Forever!
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of oldsters have come to belief the vintage Positive Discipline sequence for its constant, commmonsense method of baby rearing. countless numbers of colleges additionally use those amazingly potent suggestions for restoring order and civility to latest turbulent study rooms. Now you can also use this philosophy as a beginning for fostering cooperation, problem-solving abilities, and mutual admire in kids. think, rather than controlling habit, you will be educating; rather than confronting apathy, you are going to get pleasure from prompted, keen scholars! inside of, you will find how you can:
·Create a school room weather that boosts educational studying
·Use encouragement instead of compliment and rewards
·Instill worthwhile social talents and optimistic habit by utilizing type conferences
·Understand the inducement in the back of scholars' habit rather than searching for motives
·And even more!
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A student who has never risked asking a question and who suddenly asks a question unrelated to the topic being discussed could be affirmed for asking the question instead of criticized for not paying attention. This student could then be asked if he has anything to say about the topic being discussed. Students who cheat can be affirmed for their desire to get a better grade and then be invited to explore other ways to accomplish their goal. Barrier 5: “Adultisms” “Adultisms” occur when teachers forget that children are not mature adults and expect them to think and act like adults.

Others think they will be giving up too much control. We understand the time required for class meetings may seem high, and we understand the many demands placed on school personnel, who have limited time to devote to what they consider nonacademic activities. But teachers who think class meetings take too much time away from academic learning forget how much time they waste every day handling discipline problems, which could be handled more effectively in class meetings. They don’t seem to realize how these meetings help to teach the very characteristics and skills that they find so valuable.

Box 7678-J, Amherst, MA 01004. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nelsen, Jane. Positive discipline in the classroom / Jane Nelsen, Lynn Lott, H. —Rev. 3rd ed. p. —(The positive discipline series) Includes bibliographical references. 1. Classroom management—United States. 2. School discipline—United States. I. Lott, Lynn. II. Glenn, H. Stephen. III. Title. IV. 1 To Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs for their theories of mutual respect, and to the hundreds of school personnel and students who have confirmed the value of these theories in schools.

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