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Re: Discipline Site - back online


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 14 2001 - 12:44:12 PDT

        I guess everything needs a detailed web site now, even discipline.
But I think this is a bit much, telling me the steps to solve a behavior
problem. I copied the following from the web site.

                          1. Identify causes of misbehavior.
                      2. Pinpoint student needs being revealed.
                      3. Employ specific methods, procedures, and
techniques at
                      school and at home for getting the child to modify or
                      change his/her behavior.

But, what I loved were the labels for each behavior, like:
                  The Agitator
               The Alibier
               The Angel
               The Angry
               The Animal
               The Apathetic
               The Apple Polisher
               The Arrogant
               The Attention Demander
               The Authority Pusher
               The Blabbermouth
               The Blurter
               The Bully
               The Cheater
                etc. etc. etc. etc.............

Better than tell me not to yell or say shut up to a kid, we should
illustrate each and every behavior type. This could be done as a
teacher in-service to relieve stress.
                                                        Woody in KC

Judy Decker wrote:
> Earlier in the summer this site was down--- It is back up online and
> may be useful to many of you new folks.
> You Can Handle Then All - 117 different problems:

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