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Discipline Without Tears
Transcript of Discipline Without Tears
Children become independent with work
Whole class decision making
Socialization of the individual
Natural and logical consequences Students want to belong & make
their own decisions
Behavior is purposeful
Students have self-perceived reality
Students are more than just one quality
Students act out for attention
There are four goals for misbehavior
1.)To get attention
2.)To gain or pursue power
3.)To get revenge
4.)To demonstrate inadequacy Discipline Without Tears By: Chelsea Hurt, Kaitlin Burris, Kelly Davis, Rebekah Arey Rudolf Dreikurs
Equality: share the decision making process as equals
Focus on the feelings of individual students
Discipline should not be punishment Disadvantages Child's true goal?
Don't want to talk about it
Difficult for passive children
Hard to determine logical consequences
Misunderstanding of goals and rules
Miscommunication Dreikurs was greatly influenced by Alfred Adler
1952: Founded Alfred Adler Institute
Fundamental Principles of Adlerian Psychology
2) Social Interest
Encouragement is essential for improvement of behavior and human relationships Bibliography
Discipline Without Tears: How to Reduce Conflict and Establish Cooperation in the Classroom by Rudolf Dreikurs, Pearl Cassel and Eva Dreikurs Ferguson(Sep 20, 2004)