5 edition of Toward positive classroom discipline found in the catalog.
Toward positive classroom discipline
Clarizio, Harvey F
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Harvey F. Clarizio.|
|LC Classifications||LB3013 .C525 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||79022392|
To provide data for changes currently being implemented in Chicago public schools, a study examined the effect of teachers' attitudes on student discipline problems and classroom management strategies. Questionnaires were distributed to 50 elementary and secondary teachers soliciting their views regarding the characteristics of problem students, effective Cited by: their schools as having a more positive climate, and expressed less need to control their student’s behavior all the time. Grossman (), as cited in the book, Classroom Behavior Management, researched the logical consequences model and claimed that students behave more appropriately when they suffer logical consequences and the unwantedFile Size: KB.
The book is comprehensive enough to be used as a single text in courses in Classroom Discipline, Classroom Management, and Student Teaching Seminars. It is concise enough to be used in conjunction with other texts in classes in Psychological Foundations and Availability: Available. Positive guidance and discipline are crucial because they promote children’s self-control, teach children responsibility and help children make thoughtful choices. The more effective adult caregivers are at encouraging appropriate child behavior, the less time and effort adults will spend correcting children’s misbehavior.
The positive discipline approach can play a key role in creating safer schools, where children’s rights and dignity are respected and they are equipped to achieve their full potential. The positive discipline approach rejects the use of violence as a teaching tool. It focuses instead on guiding children’s behaviour;File Size: KB. Revised model of the primary book on classroom administration. This third model of Discipline in the Secondary Classroom is a treasure trove of smart suggestion, concepts, checklists, reproducibles, and ready-to-use actions which will save secondary teachers time and help them end up to be easier educators.
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Toward Positive Classroom DisciplineAuthor: Harvey F. Clarizio. For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children.
Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition.
The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect/5(). InJane and Lynn decided to collaborate on the book which is now titled, Positive Discipline for Teenagers, and began to teach parenting and classroom management skills experientially.
Lynn and Jane also wrote Positive Discipline in the Classroom and developed a manual filled with experiential activities for teachers and their students. school, where she interviewed 5 teachers and the building principal about classroom management and positive discipline.
Interviews were transcribed, and patterns across responses were sought. Findings revealed common pieces of effective classroom management: 1) settingAuthor: Allison Stevens. The Positive Discipline in the School and Classroom is designed to create a respectful school climate through social emotional learning, character education and effective discipline.
It provides simple and clear lesson plans that you can integrate into your daily curriculum. Each lesson is designed to fully engage students’ thinking and enhance social emotional awareness – and.
Classroom discipline is a complex issue and a key concern for teachers, school administrators, students, and parents. The issue also attracts significant attention from the public and the media. Probably the biggest fear a teacher faces is how to deal with classroom discipline. Discipline is the cornerstone of good classroom management.
The annual Gallup poll of the public's attitude toward public schools reveals that classroom discipline is. Classroom environment is one of the most important factors affecting student learning.
Simply put, students learn better when they view the learning environment as positive and supportive (Dorman, Aldridge, & Fraser, ). A positive environment is one in which students feel a sense of belonging, trust others, and feel encouraged to tackle.
Positive Discipline or PD is a discipline model used by schools and in parenting that focuses on the positive points of is based on the idea that there are no bad children, just good and bad behavior can be taught and reinforced while weaning the bad behaviors without hurting the child verbally or engaging in positive discipline are not.
Classroom management is one of the most powerful factors in affecting student outcomes. Classroom management refers to the way a teacher organizes and manages variables of the curriculum, time, space, and interactions with students. Effective classroom management and discipline procedures include the following.
How does positive discipline lead to good schools. 31 What is a good school. How do I respond to misbehaviour using positive discipline. 46 How do I create a positive classroom environment.
50 What are some examples of positive discipline in action. 52 develop a negative attitude toward schools and learning. Corporal punishment breeds File Size: 2MB. Positive Discipline in the School and Classroom Teachers' Guide: Activities for Students Published July, A page by page manual for teachers and schools implementing Positive Discipline, Social Emotional Learning and/or Character Development into the whole school/classroom daily curriculum.
This book presents ten proven strategies that enable teachers to develop and implement high-quality systems of classroom discipline that increase student responsibility and ethical behavior.
The contents of the book are organized to address. Positive Discipline is a method where parents clearly communicate what behaviors are appropriate, which ones are inappropriate, and what the rewards for good behavior and the consequences for bad.
Positive discipline in the classroom is an approach that helps to restore and preserve self-worth, dignity, the students' feelings of being in control, and the desire to achieve positive results. Positive Discipline in the Classroom offers respectful solutions that work long term.
Create a classroom/school environment where students feel encouraged and engaged in learning, solve their own friendship issues, and feel a sense of connection, value and challenge. When you initially walk into a classroom, you do not access its effectiveness based on the students’ grades, writing skills, or state test scores.
Instead, you look to see how effective the classroom management is. Such as how well the students conduct themselves, how well they can work collaboratively with each other, and how effective [ ]. How It All Began.
Positive Discipline is a program based on the work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. The principles can be found in the best selling Positive Discipline books by Dr. Jane Nelsen and her many co-authors.
Lynn Lott and Jane Nelsen developed the training programs Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way and Positive Discipline in the Classroom.The description of Positive Discipline in the Classroom (ISBN ) resonated with me because of its focus on precisely what I value as a teacher.
The subtitle says it all: “Developing Mutual Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in Your Classroom.” I found some good ideas and gained some good insight from the book.The Teacher's Guide to Restorative Classroom Discipline.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, doi: / Meyer, L H & Evans, I MThe teacher's guide to restorative classroom discipline, Corwin Press, Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 2 Maydoi: / Meyer, Luanna H and Ian M Evans.