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Transcript of Educational Psychology
Bad students or Bad teacher?
& Well Being Policies
Natalie's Model of Discipline
Charlotte's Model of Discipline
Managing students behaviour through
Sahar's Model of Discipline
(Jones & Rogers)
Understanding that children are capable of making their own decision
Positive classroom and attitudes
Opportunity for individual decision making
Student centred classroom
- The teacher did
consideration the way the students were
Thinking - Feeling - Acting
- The teacher was more responsive
to her students and their behaviour by using;
Kounin Model - Prevention is better than cure
Jones Model - Physical Proximity
Rogers Model - 3 Fundamental Rights
Jones Model - body carriage, gestures, tone
Rogers Model - questioning techniques
Theories are interrelated!
The teacher used her toolbox to address the issue at hand
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Responsible Thinking Process. (2013). The Responsible Thinking - A School Discipline Program. Retrieved October 30, 2013, from http://responsiblethinking.com.
St Marks Primary School. (2013). St Marks Guidelines for Student Management. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from https://sites.google.com/a/syd.catholic.edu.au/stdrummoyne/for-parents-1.
Woolfolk, A., & Margetts, K. (2013). Educational Psychology (3rd ed.). Frenchs Forest, Australian: Pearson.
(Jones & Rogers)