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Copy of Linda Albert- Cooperative Discipline

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Capable
The Three C's
Albert's Idea

Believed misbehavior was a result from students attempt to meet a certain need--and by attending to those needs and providing encouragement, we can reduce misbehavior

Albert developed techniques and strategies for the classroom to do so
The Three C's (capable, connected, contribution)
Code of Conduct
Involving students and parents as partners
Avoiding and diffusing confrontation
Biography
Public School Teacher in New York from 1968 to 1972
Specialized in Behavioral Problems from 1972 to 1981
Since 1982 she has been the director of the family Education Center of Tampa Florida
She has also been a college professor, spokesperson, author, columnist and counselor
Mostly known for her study and development of
Cooperative Discipline
Linda Albert
Cooperative Discipline
By:
Brandy Freeman and Kaylee Pitts
Code Of Conduct
Avoiding and Defusing Confrontations
Enlist Student as Partners
Involving Students and Parents as Partners
These help students feel a sense of belonging!
Compliment appropriate behavior with words and awards
Minimize attention for inappropriate behavior
Equate mistakes with effort
Talk with a student away from other students
Listen to the student; say you see the student's point of view
Try to figure out how the student best learns
Join the student at events or meals or play
Separate the students from the behavior
Show kindness
Invite a student to help with tasks in class, and to do volunteer work in the community
Help a student know that school work is important work, that the student can do it and the adults will not give up on the student
Tips on Discipline
One of the most important factors in school success is the "I can level."
Make mistakes okay
Build Confidence
Focus on past successes
Make Progress tangible
Recognize achievement

Connect
To establish and maintain positive relationships with peers and teachers. The Five A's will help establish these relationships
Acceptance
Attention
Appreciation
Affirmation
Affection

Contribution
Students need to feel a reason to make progress otherwise they feel school is pointless. For students to feel needed they need to feel they can contribute. You need to encourage student contributions...
in class
to school
to the community
to work to protect the environment
to help other students

The classroom code of conduct replaces the set of "Rules" and instead sets guidelines for students and teacher on how to behave and interact. Which keeps every person held accountable for there own actions.
Envision the ideal
Ask students for their visions of how they would like the room to be
Ask for parents input
Teaching the Code
Identify appropriate and inappropriate behaviors
Clarify appropriate and inappropriate behaviors
Involve Parents
Enforcing the Code
Check for understanding
Problem solve when disagreements occur
Post the code of conduct
Reinforce the Code
Encourage Student Self -Evaluation
Review
Model
Enlist Parents as Partners
Discuss Fundamental concepts
Involve Students in formulating the COC
Involve Students in establishing consequences
Involve students in decision making about classroom and curriculum
Inform Parents
Establish guidelines for style of communication with parents
Notify Parent
Structure Parent- Teacher conferences using the
Five A's
Focus on behavior, not the student
Take charge of negative emotion
Avoid escalating the situation
Discuss the misbehavior later
Allow students to save face
Four R's of consequences
Implementing Consequences
1. Related
2. Reasonable
3. Respectful
4. Reliable
Categories of consequences
loss of privileges
loss of freedom of interaction
Restitution
Relearning
Developing the Code
1.
2.
3.
4.
Define the problem
Declare the need
Describe the feeling
Discuss the possible solution
Decide on a Plan
Determine the plan's effectiveness
Six- D Conflict Resolution Plan
Scenario 1:
A student is 15-20 minutes late and makes an announcement as she enters the room.
Acceptance
Attention
Appreciation
Affirmation
Affection
The 5 A's
Student refuses to raise hand during class discussion.
Student constantly trips and falls around in the classroom.
Scenario 2:
Pros and Cons
Pros:
Cons:
Scenario 4:
Student constantly trips and falls during instruction time.
Reflection:
Works Cited:
Scenario 3:
When Sally answers, Jimmy has a habit of rolling his eyes and sometimes making a comment under his breath.
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