The three faces of discipline for the elementary school teacher: empowering the teacher and students
B> Here is a practically oriented book that presents a wide variety of techniques for helping with children who create major problems for the classroom teacher. The book focuses on three major classes of discipline techniques, and provides detailed information on implementing these techniques as well as explanations of the techniques themselves. Elementary school teachers. A Longwood Professional Book.
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actions active listening adults Applied Behavior Analysis assault Assertive Discipline attempt Award Reinforcer Type back talk Backup System begin chair chalkboard child Circle Pines classmates classroom command confronting dent desist desk difficult student discipline models disruptive Dumas End of Day escalate eye contact Faces of Discipline feel fight or flight Figure Garcia goal Hold hurt I-message Incentive System Leonard limit setting logical consequence Looking Mars Days Martha Meeting with Losing Mike misbehaving student misbehavior move Nancy neocortex paleocortex parents peers pencil pencil sharpener physical position private meeting Problem Solving proxemics Queen Victoria questions Relationship-Listening Face Relationship-Listening techniques relaxing breaths reptilian brain Responsibility Game revengeful Ronald Rules and Consequences says seated skills social solution stop student's behavior takes two relaxing Teach Motor Rules Teacher Behavior Continuum team members Three Faces tion verbal visual prompt