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Building Classroom Discipline(Cooperative Discipline)Linda Albert

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Step one: Identify student’s behaviorAttention PowerRevenge Avoidance of Failure

Step two: Handle the misbehavior immediately

Step Four: Making Partners

Step Three:ProvideEncouragement

Capable:· Create an environment where it is safe to make mistakes.· Build students' confidence by focusing on improvement for all students.· Make learning objectives obtainable for all students. Connection: · Be accepting of all students, regardless of past misbehavior. · Give attention by listening and showing interest in their activities outside of class. · Show appreciation by praise or written notes. · Use affirmation statements that are specific and enthusiastic about a student’s good behavior or abilities. · Build affectionate relationships with simple acts of kindness. Contribution: ·Involve all students in making decisions; praise helpful suggestions.·Use cooperative learning groups.·Use peer tutoring.

Strategies Attention: minimize the attention, clarify correct behavior, distract the student,notice appropriate behavior, move the student. Power and Revenge: Graceful exit, time-out, set consequences, privileges lost, restitution, reteach behavior.Avoidance of Failure: Modify instruction, Encourage positive talk, reframe "I Can't"

Sources: Albert, L (n.d.). Discipline: Is It A Dirty Word? Retrieved January 25, 2016, from hhtps://, C. M., &Barr, K. B. (1989). Building classroom discipline (8th ed.). Ney York: Longman. Types of Classroom Management : Assertive Discipline. (n.d.). Retrieved January 35, 2016, from


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