2 Beyond Discipline operates under the premise: Students are responsible for their own behaviorStudents are capable of controlling their own behavior
3 Beyond discipline looks like A student-directed management styleTeachers allowing students to experience natural consequencesAbsence of physical or psychological punishments
4 Beyond disciplineDoes not promote removing student with misbehavior from the classroomCreates a unconditional communityDesigns classroom as a safe place
5 Beyond discipline Promotes creating a sense of belonging Teaches unconditionallyHas high expectations with unconditional acceptanceSees student separate from behavior
6 Kohn promotes…Working with children to encourage their social and moral development which means…
7 Utilizing children’s need… To be able to make their own decisionsTo belongTo learn and apply learning
8 So focus on… Learning Classroom environment Set of values vs rules Natural curiosity and need to learn
9 Community environment has No competitionNo rewardsWords of encouragementRespectSense of belongingClass meetings
10 When misbehavior happens… Focus on curriculumWhat is the purpose of the task?Is the learner constructing new information?
11 Emphasize a curriculum based on Students’ affinitiesOpportunities to construct new knowledgeWorking with peersGroup projectsMultiple learning styles
12 Remember students are… CompassionateSympatheticCourteousCuriousConstructivists creating their own knowledge
13 Go to this website and read… Following your reading go to our discussion board on Blackboard and share your opinion of text that impacted your thinking about Beyond Discipline and classroom management.
14 Second trip to discussion board… Read responses made by classmates and respond to one or more giving feedback to their responses.
15 Write a reflection of Beyond Discipline and put in digital drop Ideas and suggestions you find appealing and compatible with your personality and philosophyIdeas and suggestions with which you disagreeYour appraisal of the modelits practicality andease of implementation
16 ReferencesCharles, C. (2005). Building classroom discipline (8th ed.). Boston: Pearson Education, INC.Levin, J. & Nolan, J. (2007). Principles of classroom management: A professional decision-making model (5th ed.). Boston: Pearson Education, INC.Manning, M. & Bucher, K. (2007). Classroom management models, applications, and cases (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NY: Pearson Education, INC.