Last edited by Kishura
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 | History

2 edition of Positive discipline for a more productive educational climate found in the catalog.

Positive discipline for a more productive educational climate

Wendell W. Cultice

Positive discipline for a more productive educational climate

  • 287 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Prentice-Hall in [Englewood Cliffs, N.J.] .
Written in English

  • Classroom environment.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 60-64.

    Statementby Wendell W. Cultice.
    SeriesSuccessful school administration series
    LC ClassificationsLB3013 .C83
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5436253M
    LC Control Number73084590

Share this book
You might also like
Resurrection of the pauper-labour argument

Resurrection of the pauper-labour argument

Daughters of the storm

Daughters of the storm

Law and the writer

Law and the writer

Vat dyestuffs and vat dyeing

Vat dyestuffs and vat dyeing

annotated bibliography of Latin American military journals

annotated bibliography of Latin American military journals

Kansas Hot Air Balloon Geography Mystery! (Carole Marsh Kansas Books)

Kansas Hot Air Balloon Geography Mystery! (Carole Marsh Kansas Books)

Official dispatches and letters of Rear Admiral Du Pont

Official dispatches and letters of Rear Admiral Du Pont

Vietnam, culture & tourism.

Vietnam, culture & tourism.

High Tech Low Pay a Marxist Analysis of the Changing Character of the Working Class

High Tech Low Pay a Marxist Analysis of the Changing Character of the Working Class



Positive discipline for a more productive educational climate by Wendell W. Cultice Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Positive discipline for a more productive educational climate. [Wendell W Cultice]. 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.

It is a singular valuable resource – a must read for any staff member, building administrator, or school. Positive Discipline in the 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. The program provides the tools to develop effective class meetings and create a climate of mutual respect through teaching.

ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Three steps to a positive climate. When building a positive school climate, it’s important to remember that there is no magic formula—much will depend on the leaders’ values and vision and how much everyone else gets on board with those things.

It starts with trust, which researchers say is an essential prerequisite to a more positive. JANE NELSEN, Ed.D., is a licensed family and child therapist and an internationally known speaker LYNN LOTT, M.A., M.F.T., is a therapist and author of more than 18 books and manuals including four in the Positive Discipline by: behaviors into positive interactions are explained.

Classroom climate, expectations, motivation, and methods for constructive reflection on mistakes are investigated to support teachers in developing a positive learning environment.

Keywords: effective classroom management, learning, motivation, positive teaching 1. Introduction. Using Positive Discipline Techniques in the Classroom teachers Positive discipline is a more effective way to manage misbehaving students in the classroom, rather than using punishment or rewards.

Furthermore, when students behave in a respectful, responsible and safe manner, they enjoy a more productive learning experience and develop into responsible adults and citizens. Positive Discipline in the Classroom: The Positive Discipline in the Classroom Program focuses upon creating an environment for educating the whole child.

Likewise, those who practice more extracurricular activities a week perceive an emphasis on intrinsic reasons the strategies implemented by teachers in maintaining discipline, learning climate and Author: Jason J. Barr. The Importance of a Positive Classroom.

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, ). School Climate: Research, Policy, Teacher Education and Practice Article (PDF Available) in Teachers College Record Vol (1).

simply wish to learn more about positive discipline. • The Positive Discipline Trainer’s Manual: this equips trainers with tools to implement the training module. It covers the aims and objectives of each session, suggested timings and recommended activities to help transmit the content of the Size: KB.

Although it takes more time and effort, positive discipline will pay off as your child enters the world with skills in resolving conflicts, expressing his feelings and being in control when things don’t go his way.

More importantly, you'll be setting the foundation for good social skills and problem solving for his years to come/5(49). Positive school climate must be a shared mission, created and sustained by students, parents, and school staff, and supported by the community.

Efforts to improve school climate must be an integral part of school improvement plans in order to have a positive and sustainable effect.

Schools that approach school discipline punitively affect the overall school climate, creating a more negative environment for all students, including those without discipline issues. Establishing and maintaining a positive school climate helps to encourage self-discipline and prevent discipline problems.

Ideal Classroom Climate Conductive To Learning: becomes more positive. The classroom community gives the students the opportunity to get to know their fellow students. The idea of classroom communities fosters positive and productive to ensure a positive educational result.

The student is a small but important part of the equation. Chapter 7: Creating a Classroom Environment That Promotes Positive Behavior The team also needs to examine the relationship,if any,between the behavior and the student’s cultural and language background (Salend & Garrick Duhaney, ; Voltz et al.,).Some students from diverse backgrounds may have different cultural.

District: Supports the development of school climate-informed policies that will engender stronger relationships within the school that both prevent issues and help adults respond more effectively when issues do arise.

School Building: Builds the skills, knowledge, and capacity of school leadership to effectively address areas for improvement, develop more positive school climate, and. Teachers concerned with classroom management typically need help with two issues: preventing discipline problems and dealing with current discipline problems.

Researchers have established two systems to help promote an orderly learning environment: positive behavior support, and social and emotional learning. Creating a Learning Climate: Experts Discuss Improving Equality in the Classroom Positive school climates provide students, families and teachers with an equal opportunity to succeed.

Unfortunately, political, cultural and socioeconomic factors can undermine school climates and threaten equality for all. We have shared the ways we plan for positive guidance and use Powerful Interactions in our classroom to create a positive climate that prevents many challenging behaviors.

The result is an enjoyable, effective, and productive learning environment. A class room must have a positive climate. The children must feel a sense of security. The atmosphere must be conducive to taking safe challenges with out fear of ridicule.

A positive environment is the building block in developing a child with the. Self discipline is better learned through guidance than through punishment. It's better learned through a "We are a team, I am the leader, it's my job to help you grow up" approach than through a "me against you" approach.

Creating a Positive Climate Promotes Self-discipline. Start studying Ch. 6: Creating and Maintaining a Positive and Productive Learning Environment. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Secondary schools suspend or expel two million students each year, mostly for non-violent offenses such as disruption, disrespect, tardiness and dress code violations.

Research shows that getting suspended or expelled increases students’ risk for falling into unproductive behavior, affecting their social-emotional development, academic performance, and life trajectories. How effective are positive climate strategies if teachers do not model them in real-time.

Turning our attention to this important issue may be key to creating learning environments that provide a more consistently positive, secure base for learning. We often ask students to be braver than we are and take risks we are unwilling to take.

productive school environment. Unfortunately, a significant number of students are removed from class each year — even for minor infractions of school rules — due to exclusionary discipline practices, which disproportionately impact students of color and students with disabilities.

For example,File Size: 1MB. This environment could be positive or negative, efficient or inefficient. Much of this depends on the plans you have in place to deal with situations that affect this environment. It's important to take into consideration each of these forces in order. 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.

"Restorative Practices: Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in Schools" was developed by the Schott Foundation, Advancement Project, American Federation of Teachers and National Education Association with the help of a working group of educators and school personnel.

•Research has shown that classroom disciplinary climate is associated with student performance and that self-efficacy is an important measure of productivity and effectiveness. •Teachers with “constructivist” beliefs about teaching are more likely to report good classroom disciplinary climate in many countries, but those who emphasise theFile Size: KB.

Discipline – Improving Classroom Management through Action Research: A Professional Development Plan Munir Moosa Sadruddin Journal of Managerial Sciences Volume VI Number 1 25 strategies that may be more productive such as positive reinforcement, recognition of responsible behavior and giving attention to misbehaving.

Students thrive in environments where they feel safe, nurtured and respected. All students, even those who have learning difficulties and extraordinary personal challenges, can do well when they are physically comfortable, mentally motivated and emotionally supported.

Creating a positive learning environment will optimize student learning, help. The School Climate Transformation Grant (SCTG) is a five-year federal award that has been established to assist state agencies in developing, enhancing and expanding their statewide systems of support for, and technical assistance to, local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools implementing an evidence-based, multi-tiered behavioral framework.

Champs: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management [Maureen Gale, Mickey Garrison, Amalio Nieves, and Billie Jo Rodriguez Randy Sprick with Keba Baldwin Mike Booher] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Champs: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management/5(24). Restorative Practices in the Classroom: Powerful Strategies that Build Better Relationships and Manage Student Behavior More Effectively | Institute for Educational Development (IED) is a sponsor of staff development training for professional educators in the United States and Canada.

Strategies for Building a Productive and Positive Learning Environment by Becton Loveless. Positive, productive learning environments are key to students' academic, emotional and social success in school.

Unfortuntely, positive learning environments don't just happen on their own–they must be created. Classroom Behavioural Strategies and Interventions It is important that teachers provide immediate, frequent, and positive feedback.

The value of a positive versus a punitive procedure is summarized in the following chart. Effective feedback should be immediate and follow the demonstration of an. Every adult who cares for children has a responsibility to guide, correct and socialize them toward appropriate behaviors.

These actions often are called child guidance and discipline. Positive guidance and discipline are crucial for children because they promote self-control, teach responsibility and help them make thoughtful choices. The more effective adult caregivers are at encouraging. research in applying three “principles” for creating a positive school climate and improving discipline practices.

The department states: 1. Create a positive school climate by focusing on prevention of behavioral problems 2. Expectations and consequences should be clear, appropriate, and consistent. Size: 49KB.schools, address conflict, improve school climate, and build a positive school culture that students are connected to, many campuses are looking to implement alternative, endangering educational Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in File Size: 1MB.

In California, Gov. Jerry Brown has signaled a growing commitment on the part of the state to find more positive approaches to disciplining students, most notably through his signature on a new law, Assembly Billwhich limits the use of “willful defiance” as a reason to suspend students.

The term is defined as disruptive behavior or.