Author: Jane Nelsen Ed.D.,Roslyn Ann Duffy,Linda Escobar,Kate Ortolano,Debbie Owen-Sohocki
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles (March 6, 1996)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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Positive Discipline book. Most of the techniques work with regular ed population but would not work with extreme behavior.
Positive Discipline book. This book on positive discipline will "turn common behavioral problems into opportunities for learning. The book is firmly anchored on principles, values, and attitudes rather on quick fixes and short-term techniques.
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Teachers and parents all over the globe are struggling with children's behavioral problems. This comprehensive guide provides tried-and-true methods for turning these problems into opportunities for learning. Perfect for all grade levels, the book addresses everyday issues such as gum chewing, name calling, and disruptions, to more serious offenses such as graffiti, gangs, and violence.
The Positive Discipline approach takes everyday misbehaviors and turns these trying moments into opportunities . Books in the Positive Discipline Series. Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers. and Kelly Gfroerer P.
The Positive Discipline approach takes everyday misbehaviors and turns these trying moments into opportunities to teach children important life skills.
Positive Discipline: A Teacher's A-Z Guide. Hundreds of Solutions for Almost Every Classroom Behavior Problem! by Linda Escobar, Jane Nelsen, Kate Ortolano, Roslyn Ann Duffy, Debbie Owen-Sohocki. series Positive Discipline. Presented in an easy-to-use alphabetical format, the book quickly enables the reader to find a specific problem
From book Positive Discipline A Teacher's A-Z Guide, by Jane Nelsen, Roslyn Duffy, Linda Escobar, Kate Ortolano, and . A democratic leadership style invites students to learn self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation and social interest.
From book Positive Discipline A Teacher's A-Z Guide, by Jane Nelsen, Roslyn Duffy, Linda Escobar, Kate Ortolano, and Debbie Owen-Sohocki. To "Do Lunch" means to let go of responsibilities, forget routine and to socialize extensively for a very short period of time. When the people who are "Doing Lunch" are students within a school, the potential for chaos is great.
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