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However, you, as the adult should usually use strong eye contact. The response they desire is clearly communicated. In the above situation, you would move through your list of negative consequences until the student complies.
They let their discipline plan do all of the work. List the rules on the board along with the positive and negative consequences. If he refuses, the teacher gives 2 previously prepared letters to a well-behaved student to take to the principal. You finally handed in an assignment that doesn’t asseetive like chicken scratchings.
These response-style categories are assertive, hostile and nonassertive. Be aware that some students may need to be reinforced quietly or non-verbally to prevent embarrassment in front fanter peers.
Practice giving positive reinforcement and consequences in different ways by engaging in the tasks below with a partner. Student compliance is imperative in creating and maintaining an wssertive and efficient learning environment. Assertive teachers react confidently and quickly in situations that require the management of student behavior.
List the names of a few students whose behavior has been difficult for you to manage. Assumptions of this approach include: When told to get back on task, Juanita tells you that she is feeling ill today.
Conduct a self-analysis by completing the following: Disciplnie nonassertive teacher is passive, often inconsistent and unwilling to impose demands on student behavior. Views Read Edit View history. Sit ten to fifteen feet apart from your partner who is standing.
Do you have a sequential listing of responses aswertive. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You were afraid of them or their behavior You might cause them psychological harm You felt inadequate to handle their unusual behavior You were concerned that they might not like you You weren’t sure what to do c.
In assertive discipline model, the teacher has to write out a discipline plan, gives a copy to the principal for approval and sends it home to parents asking feedback and suggestions. Do not be sidetracked by the student’s excuses.
Give five different nonverbal signals e. Say your response out loud.
They also need to show students that they care too much about them to allow their inappropriate behavior to go unnoticed. Is this approach useful for les teachers, students, and disciplone programs? Punishment will make students avoid breaking rules and positive reinforcement will encourage good behavior. Now that you have given a direction, you can reinforce the student for compliance or punish him or her for noncompliance. Get away from that window and sit in your seat.
Might the word “Reminder” be a better choice? Issue a direction Tyler: Do you use eye contact, gestures, and the student’s name? Corporal punishment is not a part of assertive discipline. Even if a student is having a bad day, there is a reason to improve So did Harold and Cynthia. They cxnter firm, clear, concise directions to students who are in need of outside guidance to help them behave appropriately.
When told to get back on task, Kevin tells you that he is feeling ill today. This quick action will encourage the students to display the desired behavior more often.