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Curwin & Mendler

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Carli Still

on 7 September 2013

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Transcript of Curwin & Mendler

Curwin & Mendler
Theories of Education

Student-Centered
Long Term Goals
Stop Doing Ineffective Things
-Truly invested teachers
-Fully equipped students
- Long-term change > short-term fixes
-Tailor the consequence to the student
Make Rules Make Sense
-Rules should be...
-Students should be aware
-students should have ownership
Model What They Expect
-Teachers should be the ultimate example
Responsibility is more important than obedience.
Treat students with dignity
-More than verbal
-Children are perceptive
Healthy Classroom
-Improved self esteem
-high academic grades
-enjoy attending school
-demonstrate cooperative attitudes
-good relationships with peers
Social Contract
-Clearly defines acceptable and unacceptable behaviors
-students gain ownership of classroom procedures
-gives procedures for students and teachers when rules are broken
-Break into groups of three
-In your groups, come up with two rules and their corresponding consequences
-Peer interactions
-Hallway etiquette
-Playground etiquette
-Instructional time
-Homework
-Free time in class
"A wise old owl sat on an oak, the more he saw the less he spoke, the less he spoke the more he heard, why aren't we like that wise old bird?" -Edward Hersey Richards
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