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Conscious Discipline

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Transcript of Conscious Discipline

Natalia Disney
October 11th, 2012
Building Classroom
Community

Language
What is it?
Safety
Self-Regulation
Connection
"Welcome to our classroom!
Guess who I am?
I am the safekeeper
I am, I am
My job is to keep you safe
Your job is to help keep it that way
Oh baby, Oh baby,
We're going to have a great day!"
Avoid:
Questions?
Perception
Acceptance
Unity
Love
Attention
Free Will
Intention
Perception
Acceptance
Unity
Love
Attention
Free Will
Intention
7 Powers for Conscious Adults
7 Skills of Discipline
Composure
Empathy
Encouragement
Positive Intent
Consequences
Assertiveness
Choices
Conscious Discipline
Command vs. Request
Common Phrases Teachers Use:
Good job!
Thank you!
Thank you for making good choices!
Great work!
It makes me happy when you do your best work!

The Problem:
They judge.
It says do it for me, not for yourself.
Students will start demanding to be seen, looking for a meaningful connection.
The Formula
You (desired behavior) so (desired outcome). That was (respectful, responsible, remarkable, helpful)!

Example:
You (walked down the hall with hips and lips) so (5th grade’s learning would not be interrupted). That was (respectful)!

Other Phrases to Use
Good for you!
You did it!
You’re doing it!
Notice, Not Judge
A child's brain thinks in images.
Create an image of the desired behavior!

Use the phrase:
I’m going to show you how to get started.

Still refusing to do what you ask….
Ask:
What would help you get started?
Or
I’m going to help you get started.

Any slight movement toward completing the task…
Notice and describe:
Look at you!
Your doing it!
You’re (desired behavior)! Good for you!
What if the student refuses to do what I ask?
Getting Students' Attention
Classity Class
Teach-Ok!
Hands and Eyes
Hand Signals
Give Me 5
Whisper
Parent Involvement
Class Website
Home Visits
Class Celebrations
Email, phone calls, notes home
iPad notes from Daily 5 notebook or pictures (print for families who do not have email)
Twitter
Google forms
Doodle sign-up
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