Classroom Discipline Andmanagement

  • Classroom Management

    Running head: Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Angela Williams EDU August 15th, 2012 For many years I associated discipline with whooping or punishment. When I heard of someone being disciplined by their parents, I always thought they had gotten a spanking. Later, I soon learned that when you discipline someone you help to guide them in the right direction, you steer them from the wrong

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  • Classroom

    WHAT IS CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT?   Classroom management, as applied to teaching, involves everything that a teacher must do to carry out his/her teaching objectives.  It includes preparation of plans and materials, structuring of activities into time blocks, direct teaching of skills and subject matter, grouping   of  pupils to provide for the most efficient use of teacher and pupil time, plans for transition periods--changing from one activity to another or from one place to another--pupil involvement

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  • Discipline

    Discipline consists of more than punishment, at the hand of authority, for wrongdoing. It includes self discipline; the regulation by a man of his own heart and mind, the cultivation of discernment, virtue and noble tastes and sentiments and the suppression of unbalanced passions, vice and mean dispositions. Discipline therefore, is a way of life. The undisciplined man is a slave to passion, luxury and sloth. He entertains dreams on a large scale but the reality of his existence is sordid. On

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  • Building Classroom Discipline

    Running head: WHAT THE BRAIN IS ABLE TO DO? Brain Concentration Brittany Mangum Chemistry 2nd period 9-30-12 Abstract It's important to understand the complexity of the human brain. The human brain weighs only three pounds but is estimated to have about 100 billion cells. The brain is divided in half, a right and left hemisphere. The right hemisphere deals more with visual activities and plays a role in putting things together. The left hemisphere tends to be the

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    Communication in the Classroom Part 1: Hey Laurie, What up yo, I heard you were applying at some colleges and I just thot I would tell u all about the resources at my skool. The best part prob is the fact that I can do my school work at my leisure this wud b gr8 4 U bc u hav kids. When I applied they wer so kewl and ez to deal with unlik the crap your dealin w/ @ the community colleg. They took care of everyth w/ ease. Now that Im in skool and learnin I thot id share all the thing I think make

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  • Discipline

    Discipline means obedience to a superior authority. Accepting the norms of the family, society, the commands of elders and obeying them is also discipline. Discipline means accepting punishments for violation. Discipline also means training of mind and character, developing self-control and the habit of obedience. In the entire universe, there is an order and discipline. The stars, the planets, the earth on which we live, the moon and the sun we see, move according to a system of discipline. We

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  • Classroom Management

     Classroom Management Approaches Students sometimes misbehave, engaging in activities such as noise making and play fighting that disrupt the classroom. Educators need ways to discipline students in a way that will encourage long-term good behavior. However, educators tend to use the same kinds of discipline techniques even when students have unique problems. Here are some ideas on how to choose the most appropriate strategy for managing your class. Reward System * One way to encourage good

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  • Discipline and Management

    Header: Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Students in the 21st Century Joseph Stavole Grand Canyon University November 24 , 2012 EDU-536 Classroom Engagement and Management Page Header: 2 Running Header: Discipline and

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  • Classroom Discipline Andmanagement

    In a classroom setting, discipline and management are two key components for classroom success. The term classroom management is often used interchangeably with the term classroom discipline. However, the two ideas are very different in their application. Management and discipline are two halves of the same coin, they are intrinsicly connected to each other, but they have their own individual properties, with their own look and feel. Classroom management deals with how things in a class are done

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    the school, to ensure the safety of their students, to endeavor to promote their emotional security, to ensure that instances of abuse are reported to the appropriate member of staff, to deal with misbehavior in ways which are within the school discipline policy, to work with colleagues to develop the school as an institution, to keep their own knowledge up-to-date, to liaise with parents and outside agencies as appropriate. Parents Parents responsibilities are to ensure the student attends

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  • Discipline

    Page 1 In the words of Mike Tyson, he quotes, “Discipline is doing what you have to do, but doing it like you love it.” As for me, I definitely agree with this saying. Being raised in a stereotypical and strict Asian family, discipline played a big role. No matter how small or big the situation was, discipline, manners and morals always mattered. For example, as a small child, my mom gave me little chores and responsibilities such as cleaning my room, throwing out the trash, and wiping down the

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  • Classroom Mangement

    behavior management policy for my classroom. I strongly believe if students are in a safe environment, then learning can take place. Classroom management is very important to any sort of educational setting. By all means, I am not necessarily talking about punishing their behavior problems, but rather preventing behavior problems with good, and engaging curriculum, so that way all student needs are met, and by setting a tone in the classroom, and the tone of the classroom is set. My main goal is to have

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  • Classroom Management

    Classroom Management 1. Describe and critically discuss the major features of the main approaches to behaviour management the Porter (2007) describes in her text. 2. Critically review the appropriateness of each model to Australian Primary or Secondary School settings. INTRODUCTION Classroom management is a highly emotive and at times spurious phrase. It conjures up many images and experiences in which there are abundant publications bursting with competing theories, applications

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  • Discipline and Management

    Canyon University: EDU 450 April 21, 2013 The purpose of this paper is to show how the teaching environment can be influenced due to negative classroom conditions or behaviors. Below is a demonstrated list of ten negative classrooms conditions or behaviors. 1.) The classroom teacher is out due to illness. There is a substitute teacher in the classroom who greets each child as they arrive. However, during the course of the day, a handful of the students decide they don’t have to do anything the

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    topic and make them want to learn more. For the purposes of this paper, the concept at hand is the interdependence within ecosystems. The ecosystem the students will be studying is saltwater marshes, plants and animals. Teaching this concept in the classroom will be most successful using a combination of a Jigsaw approach coupled with a STAD (student team achievement divisions) approach. The key elements of both the Jigsaw cooperative learning method and the STAD method include breaking students

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  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation Conducting classroom observations are very important to the prospective teacher. Observing helps show how experienced teachers manage their classroom. For this observation it was important to notice how the classroom was arranged, how the teacher interacted with the students, the teacher’s management style, and interview the teacher. Upon speaking to the principal about observing he assigned me to Mrs. Johnson’s

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  • Discipline

    Self-Discipline in 10 days by Theodore Bryant, MSW How To Go From Thinking To Doing Part One Preliminary Information Important! Whenever and wherever I conduct self-discipline workshops, seminars, or classes, I always hear this question: "Can I actually improve my self-discipline in only ten days?" My answer: YES... YES... YES Absolutely. Positively. Definitely. Actually, you will experience improvement in one day! Your improvement will be in direct proportion to how closely

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  • Relationship Between Discipline, Management,

    Running Head: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISCIPLINE, MANAGEMENT, BEHAVIOR AND MISBEHAVIOR Relationship between Discipline, Management, Behavior and Misbehavior LaRissa Newman EDU 450 July 20, 2013 Professor Hesch-Grover Management, discipline, behavior, and misbehavior are four words that have an impact on each of the others. The four ideas share some similarities as well as differences. First we will define each word, then make comparisons and last describe how these terms all relate to each

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  • Discipline

    Discipline means obedience to a superior authority. Accepting the norms of the family, society, the commands of elders and obeying them is also discipline. Discipline means accepting punishments for violation. Discipline also means training of mind and character, developing self-control and the habit of obedience. In the entire universe, there is an order and discipline. The stars, the planets, the earth on which we live, the moon and the sun we see, move according to a system of discipline. We

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    J. Brown ADM 464-Human Resource Administration Discipline in the workplace “He that cannot obey cannot command.” Benjamin Franklin Discipline is a tool used to correct and mold the practices of employees to help them perform better so they conform to acceptable standards. However, discipline in the workplace has more than one purpose. Employers develop and implement disciplinary and corrective-action policies for a variety of reasons, ranging from instructing proper workplace processes to

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  • Classroom Management

    Module 1 Assignment: Classroom Management Philosophy Trevour Smith Grand Canyon University: UNV-536: Classroom Engagement and Management 9/28/2013 INTRODUCTION Based on my current views of classroom management, I will discuss and annotate what classroom management may look like. HOW THE TEACHER SHOULD ACT He/She should be professional in the classroom, address each student by their names He/She should not use jargon or slang to the students unless situation is appropriate

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    2: 4A.3: Resisting Temptations Overcoming Apathy Resolving Dilemmas Mustering Energy Cultivating Expertise Conveying Empathy What To Do What To Think What To Feel Following Rules Discharging Roles Building Relationships Stoking Desire Engendering Discipline Fuelling Determination 67 4B: Do You Inspire Others? 4B.1: 4B.2: 4B.3: 81 4C: Are You Stable Under Stress? 4C.1: 4C.2: 4C.3: 96 4D: Are You A Team Player? 4D.1: 4D.2: 4D.3: 108 4E: Do You Have The Right Attitudes

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    misgivings about his new relationship. The founder of psychoanalytic theory was Sigmund Freud. While his theories were considered shocking at the time and continue to create debate and controversy, his work had a profound influence on a number of disciplines, including psychology, sociology, anthropology, literature, and art. The term psychoanalysis is used to refer to many aspects of Freud’s work and research, including Freudian therapy and the research methodology he used to develop his theories

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  • Influences in the Classroom

    Influences in the Teaching Enviornment By Grand Canyon University (EDU-450) 8/25/2013 In any classroom there will be positive and negative influences in it. The way at which these negative influences are handled will have a lasting effect on the students learning process. There are a vast array of theories and styles to choose from to help and control these behaviors from getting out of hand. The main point to remember is to find a strategy that works well for each individual

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  • Classroom Management

    Ethical Implications of Classroom Management 2 There are many things as teachers we have to watch out for when it comes to being good role models for students. The wrong move towards a student can lead to the beginning of a long drawn out process that can get your teaching license revoked, or worse than that jail. Knowing the rights and regulations for student and parent will neglect such things. We as role models

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  • Discipline in Classrooms

    Title: Disciplinary Scenarios and Strategies In today’s classrooms whether it’s at schools, colleges or universities there are disciplinary problems to be found. However there should be classroom discipline and management present and both the students and teachers should be well aware of it. Classroom management is a term used by teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. The term also implies the prevention of

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    Classroom Management Philosophy ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------          The utmost valuable aspect that creates a good learning atmosphere is classroom management. Without a classroom that is organized and disciplined, learning is close to unmanageable. This is why I believe that it is crucial that a teacher begins a classroom with a well thought out management plan. I think that this plan should just provide

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  • Discipline Matrix Model

    Sylvia Pedroza EDU-450 05/30/2014 Cathy Capron Discipline Model Matrix Wong’s “Effective Classroom”: This is belief that achievements from students are based on how classroom rules are practiced. Strengths: * Students are comfortable enough where they know their environment because the rules are specific and clear about expectations. * When students follow procedures, they become comfortable with their environment so they know what to do because procedures are divided into time

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  • Classroom Mangagment

    Jessica Hood September 7, 2014 Classroom engagement and management In the classroom there can be many things that can influence students to misbehave or become overly districted. Teachers have to find solutions before behaviors become out of control and take control of the learning environment. When students become aggressive or hostile these behaviors can have a very negative impact on the teaching environment

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  • Classroom Philosophy

    Grand Canyon University EDU-536 Philosophy of Classroom Engagement and Management Annotated Bibliographies Freiberg, H., Huzinec, C.H., Templeton, S.M., (2009). Classroom Management-a Pathway to Student Achievement: A Study of Fourteen Inner-City Elementary Schools. Elementary School Journal,110(1), 63-80 This journal article introduces Consistency Management & Cooperative Discipline or CMCD. This model was introduced in and urban area middle school. Teachers within the

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  • Discipline

    Discipline Discipline is the process of teaching the child what type of behavior is acceptable and what type is not acceptable, it teaches a child to follow rules. Discipline may involve both punishment, such as a time out, and, more importantly, rewards. It sounds so straightforward, yet every parent becomes frustrated at one time or another with issues surrounding children and discipline. Every parent wants their children to be happy, respectful, respected by others, and able to find their place

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  • Classroom Management

    Classroom Management Procedure/ Routines Paper Classroom management is the most essential key to a successful learning environment in the classroom. When effective classroom management strategies are not implemented you take away learning time from your students. There are many important elements to have a productive, self- sufficient classroom. One of the most important elements is establishing procedures and routines in your class. According to Harry Wong, the teacher is the decisive element

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    Classroom Management Plan Description of Setting: I serve as teacher in first grade classroom at Hutchinson Elementary School. The school has more than 900 students of all learning abilities and includes grades 6-8. My classroom will be a place where students feel safe. The classroom rules, designed to assure safety, will be prominently visible in the room. By decorating the classroom with students’ work, the room will be welcoming to the students of all abilities and will make them feel more

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  • Discipline and Management

    Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Mary Keel Grand Canyon University: TCH-536 January 26, 2014      Comparison of Discipline and Management, and Behaviour and Misbehaviour Definitions Discipline denotes training or systematic instruction intended to produce a specific pattern of behaviour or character, especially training, which produces mental or moral character that adheres to a specific order or conduct. The term could also refer to the product of the training, which

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  • Freedom with Discipline

    Talent and genius alone are not enough to achieve success. Discipline has an equally important role to play. Talents blossom in a disciplined person. Liberty is highly cherished and mush valued privilege in our society. But absolute liberty is not possible. Discipline involves a restraint on liberty, which is necessary for the interest of society. Discipline has been found necessary for both individual and social welfare. Discipline and restraint were deemed essential in prehistoric time also

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  • Classroom Confidence

    CLASSROOM CONFIDENCE Brandi Evans William Woods University The dilemma in Keep a Classroom Confidence (, 2014) involves a teacher, Tom, having to make an ethical decision regarding placement of a student in his class. The student has some behavioral issues that at times disrupt the classroom. This classroom has great harmony and much involvement from the parents. Some parents in the class were encouraged by an active mother in the class to go to the superintendent to express

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  • Corporal Punishment as a Method of Discipline

    Corporal Punishment As a Method of Discipline Corporal Punishment, by definition, is a form of physical punishment that involves the deliberate infliction of pain in order to punish a person for some kind of misbehavior. An example of corporal punishment would be spanking, usually with an object such as a paddle. There is a real difference of opinion regarding the effectiveness and the long-term consequences of corporal punishment. The main reason for using corporal punishment is to exert

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  • Classroom

    Classroom Design In order to have a successful classroom, it is important to have a plan on how you want to layout your classroom. There are certain elements that I believe are important to have in an elementary classroom in order to produce life-long learners. Students spend a lot of time in their classroom which is why I find it important for a teacher to plan the layout and make it their second home. My classroom will have resources and bulletin boards in order to help students master the

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  • Possitive Discipline

    Positive discipline is one of the five main types of discipline that can address a variety of behavioral problems. However, many parents wonder, does positive discipline really work? Before jumping to any conclusions, it is important to educate yourself on some of the important principles of positive discipline. Build a Positive Relationship: Proponents of positive discipline recommend that caregivers spend quality time with children each day to build a healthy relationship. This quality time

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  • Classroom Processes

    question just type its number) Interviewee # 1: xxxxx Interviewee # 2: xxxxx Interviewee # 3: xxxxx Brief Interviewer Observation/ Comment: xxxxxx -Your final conclusions drawn from the interviews regarding student behavior and its implications for the classroom, teaching and learning. NOTE: If possible provide a copy of district/school documents that can be retained by course instructor. It is important for you to follow the suggested format closely. Section 1: Document Review (Give a brief

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  • Classroom Behaivors

    Cycle There’s a lot ways to handle a student disruptive behavior in the classroom. However, in this paper this will discuss the benefit of how Canter’s Behavior Management Cycle can benefit a child behavior. In this paper I will describe a child personality, behavior and how I will handle the student in my classroom. On page 72, the Canters’ insisted “The Canters’ approach urged teachers to “take charge” in the classroom and showed them how to do so- just what teachers were looking for at a time

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  • Confidentiality in the Classroom

    Confidentiality in the Classroom RD Grand Canyon University: EDU 536 December 21, 2011 U.S. Education – Current and Future Trends Confidentiality is a hot topic – in the classroom, in business and in everyday life. Guarding personal information prior to the onslaught of identity theft was important but not to the extent that it is today. In today’s classroom protecting confidential information is a 3-fold process – protecting the student’s records, protecting personally identifiable information

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  • Classroom Rules

    Consequences * VERBAL WARNING: Student will be reminded of classroom rules and informed if any further problems occur additional discipline will be dealt. * WRITTEN REFLECTION: Student will be assigned an essay asking them to describing what rule they broke, how it affected them, how it affected the class, and what they will do to correct the problem. * DETENTION: Student will be required to attend a classroom setting before or after school. * ADMINISTRATIVE VISIT: After

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  • Classroom Managaement

    Classroom management is one of the most essential skills to becoming an effective classroom teacher. Teachers who possess the ability to manage their classrooms are able to create an environment where learning is the focus (Burden, 2004). There are many theories on how to become positive and encouraging classroom managers. While all of these theories are different and emphasize different aspects of discipline and behavior, all have proven to be valuable methods for improving management in the classroom

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    Classroom Organization and Management Plan Abstract The following essay discusses rules, Standards, Strategies, Accommodations and Formulas, that are utilized in my 9th grade health class. Pictures of my code of conduct and rules are included also. Rules Behavior is a choice, and a teacher's role is to aid students when learning to make good choices. Inappropriate

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  • Classroom Management

    journal Classroom Management and Cooperative Learning There were many different things discussed this week in our readings. I have chosen two that stood out to me as being the most important of this week’s lessons, classroom management and cooperative learning. Classroom management might be one of the single most important things to having a successful teaching career. Some teachers have terrible discipline problems, while others create an atmosphere in the classroom that is conductive

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  • Discipline and Respect

    The Importance of Discipline and Respect The importance of discipline and respect Discipline and respect are important in life as well as in the army. Respect is one of the army’s seven values. The seven army values are loyalty, respect, duty, honor, selfless service, integrity, and personal courage. While respect is one of the army values, discipline is needed for all of them. You must have discipline in yourself in order to have selfless service, to do your duty, to have personal courage, as

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    Running head: A COMPARISON OF DISCIPLINE MODELS A Comparison of Discipline Models Katy J. Kaldenberg Grand Canyon University: EDU-450 Classroom Engagement and Management Wednesday, August 01, 2012 A Comparison of Discipline Models Theory | Key Ideas | Strengths and Advantages | Weaknesses and Disadvantages | Personal Opinions | Wong's Pragmatic Classroom | * A structured learning environment helps students feel secure and thus learning is enhanced and behavior is improved with

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  • Child Discipline

    Anton Shusterman June 4th, 2011 Child Discipline The most important thing in a child’s life is how his parents treat him. His future and the potential for growth and success are determined by the type of childhood that a person experiences. Sometimes parents don’t understand how important it is to treat their children well. Parents don’t think about the words that they say to their children or the actions that they take around them. Some parents think their children are too small and they will

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    culmination of your experiences and discipline. Military discipline referring to the regulation of the behaviors of members of any military, this involving rules that govern goal orientation and behavior inside and outside the institution, including the socialization processes that happen in military training. Rules of discipline are firmer or laxer depending on the prevalent culture of the military's count or institution. As early as the time of the Roman army, discipline was enforced through military

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