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TEFB 471-Love and Logic/Inner Discipline
Transcript of TEFB 471-Love and Logic/Inner Discipline
Students become more responsible adults because they have more responsibilities.
Students solve problems themselves.
Allow teachers to teach students indirectly to be responsible and productive members of society. Cons to Love and Logic Some students need very structured environments to thrive.
If a teacher displays too much empathy, the students could be "babied."
This method could cause teachers to become too lenient. Love and Logic Love and Logic Consultant Teachers
Set enforceable limits through enforceable statements
Provide message of personal worth, dignity, and strength through choices
Provide consequences with empathy rather than punishment
Demonstrate how to take good care of themselves and be responsible
Share feelings about their personal performance and responsibilities
Help people solve problems by exploring alternatives while allowing them to make their own decisions
Provide latitude, within reasonable limits, for students to complete responsibilities
Include thinking through questions
Use more action than words to convey values
Allow students to experience life's natural consquences, allow time to think through a problem, encourage shared thinking and shared control, and let them be teachers as well as students.
Why is it low control?
Students are responsible for controlling their behavior, and they learn problem solving skills Pros to Inner Discipline Lets students make decisions on their own.
Students learn how to make decisions.
Helps the student decipher from right and wrong.
Real world Experiences that expose the student to different situations. Why is it Low Control? Why is it low discipline? Low discipline is the guiding model, inner discipline teachers slightly guide their students.
Low degree of control in the classroom.
Facilitates students' control over their environment and behavior. Teaching with Love and Logic and Inner Discipline Inner Discipline Presented By: Shannon Blankenship, Sarah Bohlen, Shelby Franzen, & Lauren Galyon Designed by Jim Fay and David Funk
"Love and logic is an approach to working with students, and teaches students to think for themselves, raises the level of student responsibility, and prepares the students to function effectively in society" (Burden 22).
Falls within definition of "Low Control"
Maintain student self-concept
Share control with students
Balance consequences with empathy
Share thinking by asking questions and modeling
Provide choices within the limits
Apply consequences with empathy Works Cited Burden, Paul. Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community. 4th ed. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 2010. Print.
imarockstar88. "Teaching With Love and Logic PSA." Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 19, July 2012. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. 27 Jan. 2013. Web.
parentingwithpassion. "Barbara Coloroso shares her critical life messages." Online video clip. YouTube. Youtube, 24 Aug. 2oo9. Web.
"What is Love and Logic for Teachers?" Love and Logic. Love and Logic Institute, Inc., 2013. Web. 2 Feb. 2013. Barbra Coloroso believes that dealing with problems and accepting the consequences help students take charge of their lives
The 3 R's of Discipline:
Restitution: fixing what the student did - involves repairing the physical damage
Resolution: determining a way not to let the behavior happen again.
Reconciliation: honoring the restitution plan and making a commitment to live up to the resolution
3 Philosophical stances:
Kids are worth it
Treat children as you would like to be treated
Student and teacher maintain their dignity. www.loveandlogic.com/what-is-for-teachers.html Four steps of discipline:
Show students what they should have done.
Give them as much ownership of the problem as they are able to handle.
Provide options for solving the problem.
Leave their dignity intact.
How it works:
Small guidance from the teacher.
Put students in situations that call for decisions and ask them to make the decision.
Do not rescue the students from bad decisions
Give ownership of problems and situations.
Why is it low discipline?
Low discipline is the guiding model, inner discipline teachers slightly guide their students. Cons of Inner Discipline If not organized, students could create chaos.
Students may take advantage of the teacher since the teacher allows students to make decisions.
If the students do not want to make good decisions, it won't do any good.