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Achieving better classroom discipline

Robert C. Hawley

Achieving better classroom discipline

by Robert C. Hawley

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Published by Education Research Associates in Amherst, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classroom management.,
  • School children -- Discipline.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRobert C. Hawley & Isabel L. Hawley.
    ContributionsHawley, Isabel L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3013 .H36
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 106 p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4121690M
    ISBN 100913636118
    LC Control Number80067946
    OCLC/WorldCa7507052

    girls, or higher achieving students reported better classroom discipline (Chiu & McBride-Chang, ; Lewis, ; Skiba et al., ). Also, schools with better teacher-student relations or. Classroom management is a term teachers use to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly without disruptive behavior from students compromising the delivery of instruction. The term also implies the prevention of disruptive behavior preemptively, as well as effectively responding to it after it happens.

    Indeed, discipline is aninstrument for realizing the high educational goals that leads to the students’ growth and progress in every dimension. In order to this, the student will acquire a level of self-discipline and self-control (Golkar et al., ). The positive discipline is one of the modern discipline approaches. 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 .

    They soon learn the discipline of putting their hand up when a response is needed or that you will look at their work at an appropriate time. This makes for a more productive classroom and students feel great when they are chosen to answer. You feel better too because /5.   Discipline in Classroom Management 1. Jane H. Basto 2. Discipline is controlled behavior. It constitute the next important concern of teacher as part of good management. No matter how well-manage a learning environment is, students will occasionally misbehave. Teacher must be ready to deal with them with utmost care and consideration.


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If they are causing too much distraction to stay in the class take them to the principal's office (or better, ask a classroom assistant to do so if that option is available).

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Maintaining Classroom Discipline Promoting Good Methods of Classroom Discipline Helping students to govern their own behavior in ways that help them learn is a longstanding goal of all teachers. There are a number of ways that a teacher can promote good discipline in the classroom.

Know school guidelines for discipline procedures. Be fair, positive and consistent. Be the kind of person young. When you initially walk into a classroom, you do not access its effectiveness based on the students’ grades, writing skills, or state test scores.

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They always seek to discipline students privately rather than publicly. They know that the very best discipline is the kind that no one notices. They try to make positive eye contact with every student in the first few minutes of the first day and every day thereafter.

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5/5(1). School Discipline, Classroom Management, and Student Self-Management by Dr. Howie Knoff accomplishes this in a thorough compendium full of actionable interventions, how-to guides, and tools/forms for progress monitoring and evaluation.

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DISCIPLINE and GUIDANCE Discipline is by no means punishment. It should be viewed as a learning/and or teaching experience. Understanding that all children learn at different developmental stages is detrimental in determining whether this is mistaken behavior or challenging behavior.

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If such a definition or understanding of the term "classroom discipline" is truly to assist the teacher in guiding his thinking and in working toward achieving disci.These efforts connect students to their classroom community, resulting in increased compassion and empathy.

As Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz and Judy H. Mullet write in The Little Book of Restorative Discipline for Schools, “Restorative justice promotes values and principles that use inclusive, collaborative approaches for being in community.