Classroom Discipline and Management: an Australasian Perspective
OverviewThis text is designed to help teachers explore various approaches to classroom discipline along with their own personal philosophy. The text emphasizes informed decision-making. The teacher must have an understanding of the assumptions behind a disciplinary approach, as well as the theory and practical applications of that approach. UNIQUE TO AUSTRALASIAN ADAPTATION *New chapters outlining discipline models used in schools throughout Australasia, including:*Ed Ford's responsible thinking process model *Bill Rogers's positive behaviour leadership model*Patrick Connor's pain model *Chapters on discipline models, not commonly used in schools throughout Australasia have been dropped from the adaptation, these chapters include:*Transactional analysis: Eric Berne and Thomas Harris*Judicious discipline: Forrest Gathercoal*The Jones model: Fredric H.Jones*All other discipline model chapters have been extensively updated to reflect current practice in Australasian schools. This includes:*The behaviour modification model has been updated to reflect Australasian use and the Triple P program*The assertive discipline model has been adapted to include Australasian modifications to Canters's model*The democratic discipline model has been updated *The choice theory, reality therapy and lead management model has been updated by Judy Hatswell from the William Glasser Institute and Bette Blance from Griffith University in consultation with the adapting author.
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