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Ginott Model of Classroom Management

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Rachel Knox

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Transcript of Ginott Model of Classroom Management

Xandra Potter
Alli Beining
Rachel Knox Ginott Model Overview of Model Teacher is the model of discipline in the classroom.
Teachers use sane messages and congruent communication
Invite cooperation
Address the situation rather than student behavior
NEVER label your students A Piece of Ginott's Philosophy Applications to Secondary English and Math The teacher models discipline for the students, starting at the beginning of the year. If the teacher is respectful to their students, the students will be respectful in return.
Encourage cooperation between students and teacher. Teacher needs to be willing to take responsibility as well as students.
Humanizes teacher, makes he/she more approachable.
Math provides an opportunity to mirror students' feelings, especially regarding frustration with new topics, and to make it clear that it is not shameful to ask questions Secondary English Classroom Situation Strengths and Weaknesses Strengths
Student-oriented (grants students equal dignity)
Students learn self-discipline
Teacher/student cooperation
Addresses behavior, not personality
Model takes time.
Correcting behavior is more about general concepts, not specific consequences.
May be difficult to employ with a large, alternating group of students. What went wrong
judged character, did not address situation
Making it right:
ensure Carl's safety
use "I-messages"
clarify misunderstanding
apologize to Carl (grant him equal dignity) Bibliography Ginott, Haim. Teacher and Child. New York:
Macmillian Company, 1972.
Print. Charles, C.M. Building Classroom
Discipline.7th ed. Boston: Ally and Bacon, 2002. Print. Andrius, John. "The Ginott Model of
Discipline."Teacher Matters, n.pag.
2013. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. Howe, Tyler. "Haim Ginott 7." Online
video clip. YouTube, 17 Sept. 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2013.
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