Free Essays on The Discipline Of A Student

  1. Disciplin in School and at Home

    Introduction: Discipline is a very important virtue in our life. It means to act strictly according to principle. Discipline involves obedience. Accepting the norms of the family, society, the commands of elders and obeying them is also discipline. It makes one successful in life General value of discipline:...

  2. Discipline and Discipline Managing Techniques

    DISCIPLINE and discipline managing techniques 1. What is Discipline? Discipline has always been an essential and difficult aspect of education for without discipline there can be no effective teaching (Dreikurs et.al.1998:80). The meaning of discipline and the techniques of dealing with misbehaviour...

  3. Philosophy of Discipline

    My Philosophy of Discipline Abstract Discipline of Philosophy My Philosophy of Discipline is to have a well managed classroom. The first day of school is one of the most momentous days for me and my students. My students will pay close attention to my words and deeds; it will be time to make...

  4. Current Trends in Classroom Management

    main strategies that are current include: Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom; Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s Win-Win Discipline, Canter’s Behavior Management Cycle/Assertive Discipline, and Morrish’s Real Discipline. Each strategy has strengths and weaknesses. There are various negative classroom conditions and behaviors...

  5. mr jones

    qedgjqeprjg Assertive Discipline Canter and colleagues developed the assertive discipline model, originally based on nine major aspects (shown in Table 1.1). As seen in the table, discipline rests on how the teacher responds to misbehavior. It is up to the teacher to keep students in line during class...

  6. Khat

    Discipline and Achievement 1 The Academic Cost of Discipline: The Relationship Between Suspension/Expulsion and School Achievement M. Karega Rausch Russell J. Skiba Center for Evaluation and Education Policy Indiana University Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. Classroom Management

    Classroom Management A code of conduct- 20% Students Name: Carol Chami Student Number: 20110285 Course: Bachelor of Education (Primary) Date: 16th off September 2011 Students Name: Carol Chami Student Number: 20110285 Course: Bachelor of Education (Primary) Date: 16th...

  10. 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...

  11. Integrated Curriculum

    disciplinary Integration a) Multidisciplinary Integration: Multidisciplinary approaches focus primarily on the disciplines. Teachers who use this approach organize standards from the disciplines around a theme. There are many different ways to create multidisciplinary curriculum, and they tend to differ...

  12. 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;...

  13. Student Discipline and Sexual Harassment

    Student Discipline and Sexual Harassment                                                                        1                     Student Discipline and Sexual Harassment Michael E. Bunnell School Law for Educators May 7th, 2011 Dr. Robert Andrews         Student Discipline...

  14. 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...

  15. 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...

  16. Dicipline

    1dis·ci·pline noun \di-sə-plən\ Definition of DISCIPLINE 1 : punishment 2 obsolete : instruction 3 : a field of study 4 : training that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character 5 a : control gained by enforcing obedience or order b : orderly or prescribed...

  17. 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...

  18. 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...

  19. 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...

  20. 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...

  21. 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...

  22. Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related

    Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Discipline, management, behavior, and misbehavior are concerns that every educator will encounter once the educator require his or her first classroom. As these terms are relatively interrelated, describing them separately in a word picture will be challenging...

  23. Discipline and Behaviour Management

    Formative I “Many of life's circumstances are created by three basic choices: the disciplines you choose to keep, the people you choose to be with; and, the laws you choose to obey” Charles Millhuff This wonderfully inspirational quote was written by Charles L. Millhuff, a community psychiatrist...

  24. 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...

  25. Discipline vs. Management

    Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related Classroom management and classroom discipline share a correlation with one another yet; they are uniquely different issues and should remain a separate focus of the teacher. (Cantor, 2006) Behavior and misbehavior also share a connection but represent...

  26. A Comparison of Discipline Models - Essay

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Stephen Zehnder Grand Canyon University: EDU 536 August 28, 2012 Discipline | Strengths | Weaknesses | Advantages | Disadvantages | Agree or Disagree? | Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom | -Students clearly understand what is expected from them.-It is the Wong’s belief...

  27. 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 ...

  28. 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...

  29. 123daceae

    procedures to maintain order so that learning may result “The administration or direction of activities with special reference to such problems as discipline, democratic techniques, use and care of supplies and reference materials, the physical features of the classroom, general housekeeping and the social...

  30. 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...