Free Essays on The Discipline Of A Student

  1. What Is the Most Effective Way to Discipline Student

    teachers and students, a main battlefield revolves around discipline. Maintaining good discipline is a necessary condition for establishing a classroom climate that is conducive to learning. There are many ways to provide discipline, but one of the most productive is motivating students because...

  2. Discipline and Management- Different Yet Related

     Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Suzanne Turner Grand Canyon University: EDU-450 July 21, 2013 Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related In this essay the goal will be to compare and contrast management as opposed to discipline as well as misbehavior...

  3. Discipline

    Discipline “The notion of freedom proclaimed by the modern world is anti-discipline. But true freedom cannot be separated from discipline.” ― Matthew Kelly Discipline may take many forms, but the goal is universal- to modify or control behavior to produce a desired result. Discipline may describe...

  4. Comparison of Discipline Models

     EDU-450 Classroom Management A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models In comparing Wong’s theory and Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s theory, they both give pupils the independence to do what they think is appropriate for them, and the...

  5. content on discipline problems in school

    Content The purpose of discipline is to help the individual to gain knowledge, habits, interests and ideals which conduce to the well being of him, his fellows and society as a whole. Besides that, discipline should be taught in school by teachers since young. Giving discipline lessons to the teenagers...

  6. Student Survival Guide - 17

    Final Project: Student Survival Guide Axia College of University of Phoenix Introduction I was unemployed for about six months. During that time I noticed most of the available jobs in my field required a degree. The thought of sitting in a classroom for three to four hours...

  7. UOP SEI 301 Week 4 DQ 1

    UOP SEI 301 Week 4 DQ 1 Many times in classrooms, discipline problems can be attributed to students not knowing what they’re supposed to be doing. What are some ways a teacher can avoid having students confused about accomplishing academic tasks? What ideas come to mind when you consider building...

  8. Montessori

    The Horme from 0-3 amd the unconscious WILL Paragraph 2 Level 1 obedience (duly defined) and how it ties into the horme bring in also level of discipline? Paragraph 3 The development of the conscious WILL (duly defined) through WORK and Montessori teacher’s role in normalisation through WORK if...

  9. Discipline and Managment in the Classroom

    Running head: DISCPLINE AND MANAGEMENT Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Nancy Cope Dr. Kanteasa Rowell Grand Canyon University Classroom Management May 1, 2010 Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Discipline, management, behavior and misbehavior go hand in hand...

  10. Effective Classroom Management

    Effective Classroom Management Some teachers have terrible discipline problems, while others create an atmosphere in the classroom that is conductive to learning, with little apparent effort. Of cause it can be some natural talent to captivate students from the very beginning of the lesson, keep them busy...

  11. Teaching Students with Special Needs: Behavior Management

    classroom management, and knowing the correct ways in which to discipline a child. Here the term, Pedagogy comes into reference. It means the "art" of being a teacher, knowing the correct strategies and being up to date with how to keep the student engaged and active in the classroom. The term, at a general...

  12. edu 101

     Student portfolios take many forms, as discussed below, so it is not easy to describe them. A portfolio is not the pile of student work that accumulates over a semester or year. Rather, a portfolio contains a purposefully selected subset of student work. "Purposefully" selecting student work means...

  13. relation between teacher and student

    INTRODUCTION: The teacher student relationship is very important for children. Children spend approximately 5 to 7 hours a day with a teacher for almost 10 months. We ask ourselves what is considered a good teacher. All of us have gone through schooling, and if fortunate had a favourite teacher. A...

  14. Classroom Management/Discipline

    When I first started substituting teaching, I was absolutely petrified. Let’s face it, students often get excited when a substitute takes the place of their regular teacher. How would I keep control of the classroom? Many of my friends are teachers and they said don’t worry about it you’re great with...

  15. Discipline Training

    Discipline “Training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement”. Discipline consists of more than punishment, at the hand of authority, for wrongdoing. It includes self discipline; the regulation by a man of his own...

  16. R&D Discipline

    major problem among students of primary and secondary schools in Malaysia. Disruptive behavior is a concern to schools and parents and to fellow pupils, whose education may be adversely affected. Objective: The objectives of this study were to identify the level of students discipline problems and dominant...

  17. Are You an Aspirant to a Student?

    Aspirant to a Student? Each student has a definite way of conducting his education. Everyone studies for a definite reason in order to achieve different goals. There is always a personal purpose under the act of studying. However, I cannot model the behavior and characteristics of the ideal student. As an...

  18. Impotance of Discipline

    Discipline is the process of training oneself in obedience, self control, skill, etc. The controlled, ordered behavior results from such training. Discipline is the basis of the whole universe. The solar system is governed by certain laws to maintain perfect harmony and beauty. Without this order, there...

  19. Essay: Why Not to Break Rules

    cheerful as usual to greet us, she was shocked to see a few of our classmates eating. This made her utterly disappointed, and wondering why our batch of student could not follow instructions accordingly . Failure to give her an answer in the morning on why can we not follow the rules, Chef Felder handed us...

  20. School Uniforms - Teaching Discipline

    schools today. School boards around the country are searching for the cause in a desperate attempt to end the school violence. Some say forcing the students to wear uniforms will do the trick. I feel that the use of uniforms will strip identity, stifle creativity, and unnecessarily burden the families...

  21. Classroom Management for Teachers

    one of the most important aspects for beginning teachers to address within their classrooms. Creating a supportive learning environment where all students feel capable of learning and comfortable is one of the best things a teacher can do in their classroom. Through the past few semesters, I have witnessed...

  22. Artile 1

    The second article I read was Discipline: Developing Self-Control by Joyce S. Pickring. From a magazine called Montessori Life. At the beginning Joyce talks about the average development, but it differs for a child with disabilities. Even though they grow up the same way as an average baby like picking...

  23. student paper

    seems, he provides examples of why this is the case. This predisposes the people on the project to consume the time estimate by: Triggering the "student syndrome" in the resource assigned to the task - they have more than enough time to do the task, therefore they start the task late using up all the...

  24. Sleep Effect on College Students

    The Sleep Effect on College Students’ Academic Achievement Many College Students are sleep deprived; their functioning in school isn’t effected enough due to the tardiness which affects the grades and social life. Researchers have found that loss of sleep is linked to disorganization...

  25. Minority Students Face Harsher Discipline

    we must speak of the discipline that takes place in those schools. It’s also very important to speak of its effectiveness. Schools must “discipline” or correct their students for misbehaving or being disrespectful, but have minorities specifically been facing harsher discipline then their white counterparts...

  26. A Comparison of Discipline Models Win-Win Discipline And Real Discipline

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s win-win discipline Morrish’s Real Discipline Compare and Contrast • Students are given the choose to what they feel is good for them to do. • Students, teacher and parents are involved in the rule making. •...

  27. Characteristics of Successful Online Students

     “Characteristics of Successful Online Students” Because of the rapid growth and advance technology of online learning, an academic degree is no longer limited to the restrictions of traditional classrooms. Effective time manage- ment, basic technical and online flexibility are developed...

  28. An Introduction to Critical Thinking

    Thinking Critical thinking is an important and vital topic in modern education. All educators are interested in teaching critical thinking to their students. Many academic departments hope that its professors and instructors will become informed about the strategy of teaching critical thinking skills,...

  29. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AUTHORITY, FREEDOM AND DISCIPLINE IN SCHOOL

    important concepts of life. A related concept to the two which is also important is freedom. These concept are part of our culture. Authority and discipline are required to regulate the way individuals should behave in relation to others. For example, idividuals as against the larger the society, individuals...

  30. UOP SEC 340 Week 2 Application of Criminological Theory

    Criminological Theory - You are the vice principal in charge of discipline at a prestigious school. An eighth-grade teacher has a problem with one of the students. He is extremely active and it is difficult for him to quiet him down. The student comes from a disadvantaged socioeconomic background and the...

  31. Students Should Have Work Before Start Tertiary Education

    Students should work for a year before they start college. School holidays are no longer spent just hanging out with friends. Many teenagers nowadays are taking the opportunity to work and earn some extra pocket money. This phenomenon has been very common in our country especially for those SPM...

  32. Learning the Student role

      Learning the Student Role:   Kindergarten as Academic Boot Camp  by Harry L.  Gracey    Human beings are culture‐making animals and nearly all complex human behavior is  learned and not inborn.  "Socialization" is the term used to name the lifelong process  by which people learn the ways of their communities...

  33. Tafe Assessment

    Bibliography: http://www.marrickviwp.schools.nsw.edu.au/schoolrules.html Identify two policies or procedures that are in place to help staff/students work effectively as a team (e.g. dealing with a grievance/bullying/harassment). Anti-Bullying Policy: Marrickville West Primary School and community...

  34. A Social Institution

    institution. It has to have certain basic regulations governing, controlling and directing the behaviour of its members, the majority of whom are students. Discipline implies control, without which there would be anarchy and chaos and learning would not take place effectively. Good classroom control strategies...

  35. Discipline Plan

    Discipline Plan In the classroom I would have only a few, yet very important rules. However, I would not call each one a “rule.” Rather, I would call each one a “Secret to Success.” My first secret to success is to always be on time to class. Tardiness is unacceptable and is a non-verbal statement...

  36. English 071

    differ in structure, discipline and technicality. When people think of a studio dance team, the structure is usually mistaken for being just as simple as a school dance team. On a school dance team, the students warm up is anywhere between ten and fifteen minutes and the students dance for about an hour;...

  37. Student Survival Guide

    copy write laws are clear. Do not photo copy materials, do not post in classroom newsgroups, and do not post on web sites. Only email materials to students, staff, and faculty members. To evaluate the bias and strength of a source, start by evaluating the validity of the source. Ask yourself is the...

  38. a good student

     A good student In every living or non living creature ,there is the good and the bad .God is the symbol of good and the devil the bad .Even in the academic life you will find good or bad .Even in the academic life you will find good or bad .There are good or bad students .A good student will be gritty...

  39. Janksaxx

    and Training Security awareness, technical training, communication Secure Interoperability Security architecture, Trust relationships, Contracts STUDENTS Possession/Use of Cellular Telephone, Beeper and Other Portable Telecommunications Devices A. Portable Communication Devices – Definitions ...

  40. The Value of Discipline - Short Essay

    The Value of Discipline Discipline is the process of training oneself in obedience, self control, skill, etc. The controlled, ordered behaviour results from such training. Discipline is the basis of the whole universe. The solar system is governed by certain laws to maintain perfect harmony and beauty...

  41. A Comparison of Discipline Models

    Running head: A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models Rachael Curry Grand Canyon University EDU 450 Erika Hopson January 13, 2011 A Comparison of Discipline Models | |Strengths |Weaknesses |Advantages ...

  42. Discipline in the Classroom: Past and Present

    Discipline in the Classroom: Past and Present Throughout the history of classroom education, many different types of disciplinary systems have been applied by teachers and other authority figures in schools for the sole purpose of controlling student behaviour. These systems include corporal...

  43. Cooperative Discipline

    Linda Albert – Cooperative Discipline Linda Albert’s Cooperative Discipline Model was designed to allow teachers to utilize specific strategies to reach individual students and help modify their behavior. According to Albert, students choose their own behavior. As teachers, we cannot control a student’s...

  44. Class Management

    the teaching was easier for the teacher, because the number of the students was smaller and the students like to learn something new. These days the teaching and the class management is more difficult for the teacher, because the students are more difficult. In this report we can find the new ways to control...

  45. Education in America

    environments. Better discipline, and better opportunities. If we put has much time and effort as we do to hang out with our friends, then are quality of education in America will improve. Good learning environments are necessary to have a great opportunity to learn and succeed. Students and teacher need...

  46. School Discipline

    School discipline From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Harper's Weekly cover from 1898 shows a caricature of school discipline. School discipline is the system of rules, punishments and behavioral strategies appropriate to the regulation of children and the maintenance of order in schools. Its...

  47. Classroom Discipline

    Classroom Discipline: Teaching Stability, Order, Respect and the Value of Law. Effective discipline is a challenge for all educators. “The issue of discipline, also referred to as classroom management, continues to surface as one of the most challenging problems in education today” (“The Discipline Dilemma:...

  48. Discipline

    It doesn't take a lot of research to tell us that discipline in school is different today than it was in the 1950s. But it does take some investigation to find out why. Various studies have shown that students who act up in school express a variety of reasons for doing so: * Some think that teachers...

  49. Situational Leadership® and Constructive Discipline

    Chapter 10 Case Study Part 1: Situational Leadership® and Constructive Discipline You are the principal of Everbright Elementary School. Nikki is a veteran teacher with two years of experience at Everbright. She is usually early to school, last to leave, thorough in her paperwork, and praised...

  50. Students Lack of Exposure

    ii) Let’s take a closer look at their problems: Laziness and lack persistence Hard work ensures results. A majority of young adults face discipline problems from time to time. Many are unwilling to sacrifice time and effort. Diligence and determination to learn are ingredients to success. One...

  51. Discipline in Life

    Discipline. A long life's rough highway I passed on my way,       Beside it fair sweet flowers grew, I would have plucked them but, Duty said Nay,       Keep straight in the pathway true.         The hours were so lonely, the birds sang so sweet,       I would listen to the music awhile: But...

  52. Discipline and Improve Students Behaviour in Classroom Education

    The problem of how best to discipline and improve students’ behaviour in classroom is of permanent interest. This review is oriented to searching different methodologies concerning students’ behaviour in classrooms, teachers’ discipline strategies and behavioural management. Different points of view...

  53. Behavior, Misbehavior, and Discipline

    Behavior, misbehavior, discipline, and management are compared and contrasted below along with strategies to use in the classroom. Introduction As educators one thing we are most concerned about is behavior in our classrooms. Behavior can make or break our lessons and the students’ classroom experience...

  54. Should Grade 12 Students Be Allowed to Choose Their Teachers?

    To begin, students would often choose teachers based on inaccurate information. In a large school students will probably not know the teacher personally, so they will base their decision on rumours. The rumours students hear about teachers are rarely true, so the students could be missing a good class...

  55. the primary mission of colleges should be preparing students for the workforce

    mission of universities should be preparing students for the workforce. many students are concerned about studying of university, because of universities are concentrated mainly the theoretical academic topics. Higher education is intended to boost the students’ mind to adopt the working environment through...

  56. A Brand New Global Discipline: Excenomics

    he/she does (competencies) and consequently what he/she has resources like finances, network and opportunities. Hence, Excenomics as a new global discipline pinpoints that the strategic long term focus on excellence will be most effective in producing sustainable tangible and intangible results. EXCENOMICS...

  57. thwndn

    gained an enormous amount of skill and confidence. I grew as a person, and I learned life skills: discipline, tenacity, leadership, and problem solving abilities, all of which will enhance my potential as a student. In the military, training makes the differenc... ... middle of paper ... ...

  58. School Violence

    What is the Zero Tolerance Policy? Zero-tolerance policies punish all offenses severely, no matter how minor. The zero tolerance discipline policies was enacted to slow down school violence, drug and gun use yet this policy is starting to reflect residual effects of higher suspension...

  59. Discipline

    owner, college leader, school counselor and church member. He has over thirty years of experience. He highlighted issues of parental custody and student discipline as those that affect our school the most. Reflecting on a recent custody case in which I was called to testify, my principal said, “ it seems...

  60. Discipline

    Discipline means training of the mind so as to make it accept willingly the control of rules or orders. Discipline is the most fundamental of all qualities that shape a person. It is self-control and the tendency to act most appropriately on all occasions never trespassing the rules of propriety. Discipline...