2 edition of Teaching/discipline found in the catalog.
Charles H. Madsen
|Statement||Charles H. Madsen, Jr., Clifford K. Madsen.|
|Contributions||Madsen, Clifford K., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB3011 .M25 1974b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 421 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||421|
|LC Control Number||74007672|
At that time he also began pioneering research in classroom management in both regular and special classrooms. While on the faculty of the University of Rochester, Dr. Jones continued to develop the non-adversarial management procedures that were to become Positive Classroom Discipline and Positive Classroom Instruction. Dr. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Teaching--the art of discipline --Discipline--the way to learning --Learning--the modification of behavior --Behavior--the necessity for structure --Structure--the foundation for greater magnitude --Magnitude--the foundation for a meaningful life --Life--the structure of.
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Teaching/Discipline is a positive resource for teachers. The book is divided into four parts. Part I is a question and answer schemata designed to help clarify central issues that have arisen from the authors' interactions with children and teachers in the schools.
Part II is a selected summary of scientific and professional practices deemed by Cited by: Teaching Self-Discipline: The Responsive Classroom Guide to Helping Students Dream, Behave, and Achieve in Elementary School/5(14).
Teaching/Discipline book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Charles H. Madsen's name appears first on earlier editions/5(1). With the publication of Teaching Discipline & Self-Respect: Effective Strategies, Anecdotes, and Lessons for Successful Classroom Management, Khalsa has offered the teaching public a clear and lively manual in how to make discipline—often the bane of the educator's existence—a less overwhelming aspect of our job.
Teaching discipline and self-respect. In Teaching discipline & self-respect: Effective strategies, anecdotes, and lessons for successful classroom management (pp. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press doi: /n4. Classroom Discipline has quickly become a worldwide classic on how to achieve a quiet, focused, on-task classroom no matter how difficult your teaching situation is.
This is the Written by Craig Seganti, a 20 Year Veteran of Los Angeles' Toughest Schools from South Central Los Angeles to East L.A. and even Probation Camps where he taught /5. Various philosophies, versions, names, and age-targeted suggestions abound when it comes to discipline, especially for toddlers and teens.
But one thing pretty much every book about discipline agrees upon is that discipline is not about punishment and is instead about teaching. Most also agree that a style of parenting that experts call “authoritative parenting” appears to work best for many families.
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The book reflects the belief that discipline is a subject that can be taught, just like we teach reading, writing and math. You’ll learn practical strategies for establishing clear expectations and teaching students how to meet those expectations.
You’ll also gain tools and techniques for how to respond effectively for when students do misbehave. 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 considered the biggest problem at school.
The study showed also that teachers feel unprepared to deal with disruptive behavior. This handbook for teachers complements The School Leader's Guide to Restorative School Discipline and shows teachers how to create a classroom of positive relationships, where every member of that classroom community feels a sense of belonging, is valued, and accepts responsibility for the well-being of.
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.
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Books Our best-selling parenting and classroom management books teach parents and teachers to be both firm and kind, so that any child–from a three-year-old toddler to a rebellious teenager–can learn creative cooperation and self-discipline with no loss of dignity.
Discipline is not about getting kids to do what you want them to do. That's what dictators do, and you're not a dictator—you're an educator.
Discipline is providing an environment in which positive teaching and positive learning can occur simultaneously. Discipline is not control from the outside; it's order from within.
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Through Conscious Discipline, Dr. Bailey has inspired and trained more than million educators and caregivers, impacting an estimated 20 million children.
She has authored 21 books related to guidance and discipline, several of which have won national awards. She currently has over 2 million books in circulation. More about Becky Bailey. 5 Back-to-School Books That Teach Classroom Behavior Choose your books wisely when school begins, and their message will last all year.
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Discipline is a key component to effective classroom management. Classroom discipline refers to the strategies a teacher uses to manage student behaviors and attitudes during instructional time. A teacher who uses consistent discipline strategies exhibits more effective classroom management than an inconsistent teacher.
If discipline is teaching, spanking is not discipline. Back to top Behavior Problems: Presenting a United Front Conflict over rules and consequences among the adults in your child's life can cause misbehavior.
When a parent disagrees with another parent, a grandparent, a caregiver, or a teacher.Classroom Discipline Book.
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It's about taking control of the classroom. I could not put this book down. It made the biggest difference that year and every.A Guide to Classroom Discipline in Middle School.
Using the techniques in this book, middle school educators can help students build strong social-emotional and academic skills, meet their personal goals, and thrive in school and beyond.