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PX7X chapter 5

Assertive Discipline

assertive command
behavior awards
broken record
broken record
broken record
severity clause
teacher rights
mental rehearsal
assertive discipline model The underlying premise of the assertiveness model is the right of teacher to teach and to expect students to obey, with the full support of parents and administrators if needed.
negative corrective action, The teacher gives warnings, and then if need be follows up with preestablished corrective actions, making it clear that the misbehaving student has chosen this negative corrective action by his or her own behavior.
based on the assertiveness training concepts not on behavior theory. assertive discipline model
assertive discipline model use of positive rewards and positive recognition as incentives to comply with the teacher-established rules, but they also emphasize punishment (loss of privileges, detention, notes home).
criticism of the assertive discipline model Total teacher control, uniform disciplinary actions without regard to individual differences, and a low priority for communicating and understanding a student’s behavior
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