Contents: introduction: when kids push Our Buttons Prevention Strategies Intervention Strategies Defusing Strategies Challenge Strategies Power Struggle Scenarios. Gain in-class and out-of-class strategies for relationship building. Find out ways defiant students can be successful in the classroom. Benefits: understand the hostility cycle and how to break it.
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Educators at all levels can learnThe difference between formal and informal discipline systems and when to use each. What teachers can do to defuse or prevent classroom disruptions and disrespectful behavior without removing students from the classroom. With dozens of specific examples of student-teacher interactions, Discipline with Dignity illustrates what you can do—and not do—to make the classroom a place where students learn and teachers maintain control in a nonconfrontational way.
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. Used book in Good Condition. Success is founded on equity, but equity involves more than simply ensuring students have equal access to education; equity also entails a focus on outcomes and results. If we want to bring about significant improvements in those outcomes, we have to do more to address the context in which learning takes place.