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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 behavior. These systems include corporal punishment, psychological abuse or neglect, and assertive discipline. Although two of these three topics are illegal at this time, they were all widely used in schools across the country a short time ago. Corporal punishment in general can be defined as the infliction of pain or confinement as a penalty for an offense committed by a student....   [tags: corporal punishment psychological abuse neglect]
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Parents Discipline So Children Will Obey the Rules - ... There are different types of discipline that can work for children who have the different types of temperament that I talked about before. The three main types of discipline are time-out, reasoning and spanking. Time-out is one of the most common and effective ways to discipline children. Time out is best utilized for children aged two to about age nine. Using time out is the most effective because it stops the child from getting attention that could make the situation worse and cause inappropriate behavior from child....   [tags: bible, temperment, behavior] 2527 words
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Organizational Behavior as a Discipline for Discovery - Organizational Behavior as a Discipline for Discovery Ask a manager of 35, 25 or even 15 years ago what their Organization's Behavioral patterns were or how their employees felt about certain issues and you would probably be met with blank stares. Organizational Behavior (OB) was not a part of the business world in those days. The idea that a manager need only deal with the technical skills of it's employees while disregarding their own listening skills, communication skills and interaction skills was the common mode of thought....   [tags: Papers] 972 words
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discipline - The Practice of Discipline Certain challenges in life can be described as being inevitable. Nearly everyone must face such typical events throughout the course of their life where surpassing a particular challenge is a sign of growth and experience, and, having been dealt with, such a trial is not expected to arise again. Most individuals in our society are familiar with such periods in their lives where they were made to begin walking as infants, coached into learning how to ride a bicycle later on, encouraged to start driving a car during the teenage years, earned a high school and/or college degree, etc....   [tags: essays research papers] 2153 words
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How Do Other Countries Do Discipline - How Other Countries Do Discipline After reading the article about “How Other Countries Do Discipline”, I totally agree with the author’s view that a school’s disciplinary climate is not only the product of the educator’s belief and actions, but it is also shaped by the legal and social context of the country. Though every country has different customs and rules, the work of discipline all leads to help to prevent discipline problems and to create a better environment for learning. First of all, the article examined assessment and survey data from 49 countries that participated in the 2003 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Survey (TIMSS), such as Canada, Chile, Israel, Italy, J...   [tags: legal, social, environment, teacher, poverty] 1010 words
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Behavior Problems in Schools Due to Lack of Discipline - Parents and students seldom dispute the disciplinary actions of school authorities up until the late 1960s. Schools are a place considered to provide instruction, instill good value, and inspire the morals of our nation (Arum 60). The courts decided that it was important to give teachers and school administrators’ authority over student behavior. The authority initiated from the English common law concept of in loco parentis which means in place of the parent. This law allowed parents to give school personnel a given amount of control over their children when they place their children in school (Yell 8)....   [tags: Education Schooling]
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Issues Within the Discipline of Forestry - Issues Within the Discipline of Forestry The idea of forestry in the sense that we know it today is only about four hundred years old. Forestry developed mainly out of the need for a continual supply of wood products. There were a few forest reserves for hunting or preservation in Europe, but the idea of managing a forest for a number of resources is quite new. There are four stages that almost all societies have gone through when trying to develop this idea of forestry. The first stage has to do with the unregulated abuse of forest products to be used as energy, building supplies and also to be cleared to make way for agricultural land....   [tags: Environment Conservation Growth Agriculture Paper]
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Proven Methods Of Child Discipline - The world we live in today is a very competitive place. There is a constant competition going on to find jobs and move up the ladder of success. As human beings we are naturally devoted to instilling some kind of success in our children. To ensure that children are successful in life they need to be well disciplined but also socially and morally developed human beings. It is the parent’s duty to keep their children well disciplined along with giving them the opportunity to develop socially and morally....   [tags: essays research papers] 1462 words
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The Devastating Consequences of Zero Tolerance and School Discipline Policies - Over the course of creating a critical reflective journal there is one experience that stands out. It was a visit to George Washington Community School, an urban school in Indianapolis Indiana, to observe the role of teacher preparation. During this visit my intent was to observe the concept of formal, common, and frozen registry for communication between teachers, students, staff, and community. During this exposure I was able to see discipline in a school setting in new and revealing way. I would like to present this experience and the interplay of registers of communication regarding discipline of students during a school day....   [tags: students, schools, students]
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Classroom Discipline and Management Philosophy - The goal in our classroom is to teach self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation, and problem-solving skills. Common causes of misbehavior include an attempt to meet unmet needs (belonging, significance, fun); a lack of needed skills (social and academic); inappropriate expectations; lack of structure; and a lack of sense of relevance. We will be focusing on non-punitive solutions to problems based on kindness, firmness, dignity and respect. True discipline comes from an internal locus of control (self-discipline), not an external locus of control (punishments and rewards inflicted by someone else)....   [tags: Classroom Management Plan 2014]
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Student Discipline Strategies for Teachers: Analisis of Case Studies - SCENARIO 1 In scenario 1, Miss Anita is using the Canter’s Assertive Discipline Model to overcome the misbehaviour of her students. She gave warning to her students who are talking and to the boy who gave the answers to the students who had been called to answer. Miss Anita threatened two boys with detention after they commit misbehaviour of shooting the paper balls into the trash. Other than that, Miss Anita punished one of the students who making faces and causing other students to laugh by applying the Skinner’s Model of Behaviour Modification....   [tags: Classroom Management Strategies]
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The Foundation of an Effective Discipline System: Corrections and Security - ... Inmates create weapons out of anything they can get their hands on even paint chips that they get from the wall. Shake down of the cell is used to help gather these weapons before they are used in the population. Because these weapons are made on a daily basis officer are trained on weapon defense in order to ensure their safety. Weapon defense is a class given to make sure the officer is always aware of what is going on around them and if something does go wrong they know how to carry out their mission and to defend themselves....   [tags: prisons, jails, inmates]
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Haim G. Ginott's Congruent Communication Model of Discipline - ... Congruent Communication Congruent Communication means addresses situations, not students’ character or personality. Ginott emphasized those teachers at their best, using congruent communication (Manning and Bucher, 2001; Morris, 1996). 1. Do not advocate, moralize, enforce guilt, or demand promises. 2. They grant self-esteem on their students by treating them as social equals capable of making good decisions. Congruent communication includes many unusual elements that articulated in Ginott’s elucidations of teachers at their best and at their worst....   [tags: teacher, praise, sarcastic] 670 words
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Teenage Boot Camps - Not The Way To Achieve Discipline - Boot camps for teenagers have become a popular disciplinary option for parents with adolescent children. Often recommended by counselors or by state justice systems as an alternative to juvenile detention centers, the boot camps are rigid military environments. Some are wilderness camps that teach young people survival skills in a military-like setting, while others are held closer to home. Many are state-run in conjunction with the justice system but many are also privately owned and operated. The boot camps have come under intense scrutiny because of suspicions of abuse and because dozens of teenagers have died of preventable causes at the camps....   [tags: Behavior Modification, Teens] 956 words
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The Discipline of Chinese Painting: An Internal Reflection of Life & Art - When one comes into contact with a Chinese painting, the style is almost instantly recognizable. The attention to detail, craftsmanship, and vast depictions of elaborate landscapes appear to pay homage to mother earth in an attempt to reach a state of eternal balance with nature and life. Before this equilibrium could be achieved, one must attain internal discipline. This was required before one began mastering their brushwork in Chinese culture. In Mai Mai Sze’s “The Way of Chinese Painting,” 1959, New York: Vintage Books, Random House, Sze discusses the philosophy known as Daoism/Tao, or “the way.” Before one became a skilled painter, one trained in the personal disciplines of poetry, art,...   [tags: Art ]
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An Evaluation of Case Studies and Their Contribution to Cognitive Neuropsychology as a Discipline - Cognitive psychology is the study of the brains internal processes that guide behaviour; to study cognition, psychologists examine case studies of patients with damaged brains that can infer areas, and functions involved in particular processes. Patient studies have provided insights into the processes that take place within our minds, and have enabled psychologists to create models, which can be tested and fractionated. Cognitive neuropsychology has developed from cognitive psychology to become a discipline in its own right; it investigates the function and structures of the brain involved in cognitive processes and should not be confused with cognitive neuroscience, which is primarily conc...   [tags: Case Study ]
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World History: How Can a Discipline Remain Relevant? - “Historians are a contentious lot. While their arguments are usually conducted in polite language, the disputations are conducted on a number of fronts at once, and the frame of mind of the disputants ranges from a sporting pleasure with making point after point to a savage determination to win the day.” Although a sense of negativity creeps into this notion of Manning’s, a strengthening of world history can also emerge from this back and forth debate. World history will take shape as scholars push each other to clarify and defend ideas, while remaining skeptical and critical readers....   [tags: World History Essays]
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Idealized Reality Through Panoptic Discipline In Disneyland - Idealized Reality Through Panoptic Discipline In Disneyland Disneyland is a popular theme park and an iconic representation of Disney as a company. Millions of people from around the globe, from every age group visit the park every year. The park is envisioned as a glimmering land of nostalgia and childlike imagination that is fun for the whole family. However, this land that we call “The Happiest Place On Earth” in an ironic twist has become a human trap set by a mouse, an inadvertent ploy to inflict naivety and promote fallacy....   [tags: walt disney, architectural designs, children]
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The Lords of Discipline by Pat Conroy: Total Institutions - David Robinson watches the final seconds tick off the clock of the 2003 NBA finals. It was his second championship, and his last as he retired the following summer. He had a stellar career, putting up huge numbers and making a few appearances in the Olympics. Even through all of the fame he received from being a star basketball player, he remained humble, donating millions of dollars to charity. His arsenal of different dunks and post moves were definitely missed on the basketball court, but nowhere near as much as his leadership ability....   [tags: military schools, war, soldiers] 1512 words
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The American Physical Therapy Association Code of Ethics and Discipline - The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is a national professional organization representing more than 74,000 members and its goal is to foster advancements in physical therapy practice, research, and education. The APTA just like every other organization has a code of ethics that it requires its members to follow. In 1935, APTA adopted its first Code of Ethics and Discipline. This Code provided a formal statement that acknowledged the ethical obligations of Association members. Since 1935, the Code has been revised several times....   [tags: Informative Essay]
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Article Analysis: "When Discipline Starts a Fight" - Being locked inside a small, dark, windowless room for hours at a time sounds like a scene out of a horror movie. However, this is a daily occurrence for Isabel Loeffler while at a place she is supposed to feel the safest: her school. The article, “When Discipline Starts a Fight,” by Robert Tomsho, tells the gruesome, real-life story of Isabel Loeffler. Isabel is an eight year old girl who suffers from autism, along with several other disabilities. Isabel was placed in a regular classroom with very little support, an action that a judge later ruled violated federal law....   [tags: Article Analysis ]
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No Discipline by the British Soldiers Created the Boston Massacre - ... Nonviolent means of diplomacy were demonstrated to give themselves freedom. After all, one does not start a violent revolution without asking for a chance to be heard. As expected, the British did not listen. Colonists turned toward protest. Protest eventually turned to action. Action led to bloodshed ("Parliamentary Taxation of Colonies, International Trade, and the American Revolution, 1763–1775 - 1750–1775 - Milestones - Office of the Historian"). March 5, 1770 seemed to be just like any other day....   [tags: colonists, america, guilty] 807 words
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The United Methodist Church’s Book of Discipline - ... That in turn means that we as humans can have an understanding of God although He is supernatural, omniscient and eternal. The key element here is that through our reasoning we must have faith. Aselm’s concept of “Faith seeking understanding” applies with regard to reasoning in the aspect that our reasoning ability serves us in our faith and not faith serving our ability to reason. It is imperative that we as humans study scripture reasonably and not view it in an irrational manner. Tradition Tradition is the next aspect of the Quadrilateral....   [tags: christianity, scripture, faith]
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Corporal Punishment - Over the years, the use of corporal punishment or physical punishment, which is also known as spanking, has been argued and debated upon. Children need to be disciplined and though there are different forms of discipline, sometimes all a child needs is a little spanking to set them straight. Corporal punishment is the deliberate infliction of pain as retribution for an offense, or for the purpose of disciplining or reforming a wrongdoer, or to deter attitudes or behavior deemed unacceptable. The argument over whether to spank or not to spank usually devolves into two points of view....   [tags: Discipline] 1376 words
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Philosophy of Classroom Discipline - Philosophy of Classroom Discipline “Power is exercised only over free subjects, and only insofar as they are free. By this we mean individual or collective subjects who are faced with a field of possibilities in which several ways of behaving, several reactions and diverse compartments may be realized.” (Foucault) Foucault and Heidegger, modern philosophers, both describe power in these terms, as the facility to manipulate an object without force. Understanding this point of view is important, not only for state institutions who attempt to exert power over citizens and deviants, but also for teachers as they try to use disciplinary power to control the events in their classroom....   [tags: essays research papers] 749 words
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Progressive Discipline - Independent Contributor Each Independent Contributor is accountable for reaching established performance objectives, and will be evaluated and reviewed on an ongoing basis. When an Independent Contributor’s performance falls short of his/her expected objectives, behaviors, or skills, a Performance Improvement Plan will be initiated immediately. During the implementation of the performance improvement plan, written documentation of discussions, counseling, and termination warnings will be maintained by the department manager and Human Resources; with copies given to the Independent Contributor....   [tags: essays research papers] 1014 words
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Building Classroom Discipline - In the past few years it seems that schools have really lost touch with the discipline of students. With the increasing frequency of school shootings and acts of violence it seems that the students are running the show instead of the teachers and administrators. There are many factors that are involved in creating a great classroom or a horrible classroom. From the way the teachers punish misbehaving students or the way they reward them when they do something right, to how involved the parents are with their children's education....   [tags: Education School Classroom Teaching Essays] 2253 words
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Classroom Discipline and Management for the Beginning Teacher - Classroom Discipline and Management for the Beginning Teacher Affective teaching from a beginning teachers view deals with a lot of different concerns. “Beginning teachers deal with room discipline, motivating students, accommodating differences among students, evaluating students work, dealing with parents as the most serious challenges, and classroom management or maintaining classroom discipline” (Education, 2001, p.8). All these are main parts of what beginning teachers have concerns about....   [tags: Teaching Education] 897 words
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The Most Valuable Intelligence Discipline: IMINT - 2 SEP 2002 THE MOST VALUBLE INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINE: IMINT I believe that the most valuable discipline will be the IMINT field, but with good evidence. During the Gulf War, the IMINT field was detrimental to mission accomplishment. The field of Battle Damage Assessment is in my opinion one of the factors that makes imagery so important to combative assessments. The forward observers that would ordinarly be sent out to the battlefield to obtain target information are in a very vulnerable position and by using imagery the threat of danger is almost obsolete during a Battle Damage Assessment....   [tags: essays research papers] 676 words
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The Lords of Discipline - Life in a Military Academy - The Lords of Discipline - Life in a Military Academy      To the average person, school is a place to learn where one may speak their mind freely, yet stay orderly through a light set of values and order. In The Lords of Discipline, we learn of a different type of school. The Institute is a military academy with rigorous mental and physical standards, and very straight-forward and rigid policies. What is learned at the Institute is to stay loyal to your classmates. The upperclassmen do their best to keep this primary rule imbedded in the minds of the plebe’s....   [tags: essays research papers] 516 words
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Development of Anthropology as a Discipline in the United States - Development of Anthropology as a Discipline in the United States I. Early History of Anthropology in the United States 1870-1900 “The roots of anthropology lie in the eye-witness accounts of travelers who have journeyed to lands on the margins of state-based societies and described their cultures and in the efforts of individuals who have analyzed the information collected. In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, a number of anthropologists recognized that the practice of anthropology was intimately linked to commerce and colonial expansion.” (Patterson 1) There were essentially three “schools” of anthropological thinking by the First World War and after....   [tags: Anthropology History Essays]
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Sparta: Uncultured Discipline - Sparta: Uncultured Discipline The Spartans were the most formidable warriors in all of history. They dedicated their entire lives to warfare. They were taught to endure cold, hunger, pain, their courage on the battlefield was second to none. The Spartan code was to fight hard, follow orders without question and to die rather then retreat or surrender. To achieve all this, Sparta sacrificed everything; the arts, culture, and other things that make life worth while. I believe the price was to high they went to far and shut off all that was creative and human in Sparta....   [tags: essays research papers] 1731 words
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Behaviorism and the Never-Ending Need for Discipline - Behaviorism and the Never-Ending Need for Discipline Webster’s dictionary defines education as “the act or process of training by a prescribed or customary course or study of discipline.” I, however, see it as much more. Education, in my perspective, is the greatest gift a human can receive. I want to be one of the many caring individuals that can give this priceless gift- I want to be a teacher. There are many current trends and philosophies when dealing with education. Behaviorism, the philosophy of education in which I regard, will be incorporated into my classroom in some form or fashion....   [tags: Education Classroom Teaching Essays] 1216 words
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Effective Classroom Management: Approaches to Discipline - Introduction This first part of this module, Effective classroom focus on instruction design. I have learnt various methods to plan, resource, implement, analyze and evaluate teaching. I also recognize the importance of planning in classroom teaching. Although a good planning is a necessary condition for effective teaching, it is not sufficient because students¡¯ responses and behaviours are always unpredictable. Therefore, a well-equipped teacher should have adequate knowledge in classroom management and understand different approaches in solving discipline problems....   [tags: teaching, teachers, student behavior] 2933 words
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Free Admissions Essay - Discipline and Perseverance - Admissions Essay - Discipline and Perseverance Pounding, rushing footsteps started to close in on me. The roar of the crowd echoed, as I extended my hand to receive the baton that signaled my turn to run. As I tightly wrapped my fingers around it, I felt the wind rush around me, and my tired legs started to carry me faster than I ever dreamed possible. As I rounded the final stretch of track I remember battling fatigue by contemplating two paths: slow down and give up my chance of winning to gain momentary comfort, or push myself even harder and give up momentary comfort to receive greater rewards later....   [tags: Medicine College Admissions Essays] 656 words
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Discipline Methods for Elementary School Students - Ms. Davis had just finished setting up her classroom for the new school year. This would be her second year teaching at Southern Maryland Elementary School. Last year she had problems getting the children to listen to her and cooperate. The current school disciplinary method was different in each classroom. After a teacher felt that he or she could not handle a student anymore, they would be sent to the principal's office. For serious offenses, the student would be suspended or even expelled. She did not want the same thing to happen this year because she felt that it wasn't helpful....   [tags: early childhood education, primary school] 1245 words
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How Authors in Foreign Language and Literature Discipline Research, Compile, and Publish, Information - ... When learning a foreign language, adults cannot simply use just one method to achieve fluency; they need to understand their individual learning needs, have extensive exposure to a particular language of interest in the vernacular of people who have been exposed for long periods of time, and learn the structure of the language especially if this organizational archetype differs greatly from systems of past experience. . It is also commonly believed that there is a “critical age” for achieving fluency in a foreign language....   [tags: fluently, learn, languages, ability] 1967 words
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Criminalization at School: Zero-Tolerance Discipline Policies Might Be Damaging to Students - ... Research has confirmed that fewer attention and resources to students yield poor educational achievement and poor behavioral outcomes. The inadequacies of failing schools such as a lack of experienced teachers and guidance counselors, advanced instruction, early intervention programs, extracurricular activities, and safe, well equipped facilities. Moreover, the overuse of suspensions, expulsions and arrests is itself a reflection of this lack of resources. Ultimately, under-resourced schools force many of its students into second-class educational environments that neglect their needs and make them feel disengaged from their schools (NAACP, 2005)....   [tags: suspension, dropout, and incarceration]
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Broken Down Too Far: A Total Instituions - Suicide is classified as the act of killing oneself intentionally. It is a very touchy subject that affects all people differently when they hear the word. Tyler Clementi was a freshman at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Tyler is no longer a freshman at the Institution famous for being the birthplace of college football. Tyler is gone, and will never come back to complete his college career, get a successful job, or marry someone who makes him happy. Clementi was harassed, humiliated, and emotionally and spiritually destroyed by one of his classmates who was bred to do such a thing at this total institution....   [tags: the Lords of Discipline]
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16th and 17th Century Child Care and Child Discipline in Europe - The children of Europe in the fifteen and sixteen hundreds lived lives that greatly differed from the lives of modern children. Fatality was extremely common among the youth, which caused them to be seen differently in society. Families also consisted of a larger amount of people than they usually do today. To teach kids discipline and morality, some parents and teachers used reasoning to articulate as why to a certain act or behavior is considered disrespectful. On the contrary, other parents used harsh punishments, either because they didn't love their children, or simply believed that it was the only way to ensure that their child would never commit the act that warranted such a conseque...   [tags: European history, parenting, ] 1498 words
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Exploring Alternative Methods of Discipline to Creative a Positive Learning Environment - Alternative Methods In academic institutions several challenges exist in regards to discipline Today’s teachers and students have been exposed to increasingly violent and hostile environments. In the circumstance that a student is endangering another person, punishment should be swift and intolerant. However there are instances that require a different penalty level that are balanced in relation to the offense. There is a definable need for alternative programs, peer mentoring, family support and cultural diversity programs, all offer variety of avenues that are valuable to society....   [tags: teaching, teachers, Education] 680 words
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Effective Parenting-Early Development, Various Parenting Styles and Discipline - Parents act as the first teachers in a child's life. Both mothers and fathers can have very unique influences on their children. Mothers and fathers parent differently, however, both maternal and paternal figures are essential in healthy development. Together both parents teach their children many things including how to eat, walk, talk and underlying emotions such as love, trust and happiness. Oppositely parents may also teach their kids, often unknowing of the effects they are causing, distrust, anger, and contempt....   [tags: Family Psychology ]
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Gang Violence in Chicago - 1) “Gang Violence in Chicago/ Psychology” is the topic/discipline, I have chosen. a) The initial step in understanding the discipline of Psychology would be to obtain a formalized definition of this particular branch of scientific study. Defining the study of Psychology would provide formalized focus for research into the field. The Methods/avenues of research I would employ include the internet, review of professional and academic journals and interviewing a psychologist to gain firsthand perception of the field....   [tags: Discipline of Psychology] 1441 words
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What Is The Most Effective Way To Discipline Student - School is the battleground for too many participants. For most 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 they care about what they are learning. Enthusiastic teachers who present their material in stimulating, meaningful ways motivate students....   [tags: essays research papers] 418 words
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Applying the Hot Stove Rule of Discipline in the Workplace - Applying the Hot Stove Rule of Discipline in the Workplace "Spare the rod and spoil the child". This is the moral to Aesop's fable The Thief and his Mother. He proves that discipline is imperative. It emphasizes that if we do not take action in our children's wrong doings we will hurt them in the longer run. Children need discipline in their lives. It is their only way of learning the difference between right and wrong. As parents, it is our duty to mold our children in the right direction. The rewards of implementing discipline are endless, for knowing that they will make the right decision even when you are not there is comforting, and it pleases you....   [tags: Business Management Studies]
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The Solution is More Discipline, Not Vouchers or School Choice - The Solution is Discipline, Not School Choice Charlie is a problem child by any definition of the word.  He hasn't done anything horrific, like shooting another student or attacking a teacher. It's the annoying games he plays that drive everyone crazy. His favorite game is throwing scissors at the chalkboard when the teacher's back is turned.  He likes the screeching noise he can make if he throws the scissors at just the right angle.  And when he gets caught, he loves cursing at the teacher.  His biggest thrill is telling her to "mind her own f---ing business" while his classmates giggle or snicker....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics] 1710 words
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Teenagers Today Lack Moral Values and Self-Discipline - Teenagers Today Lack Moral Values and Self-Discipline Moral values and graciousness, in the past, were prominent in most teenagers. Majority of the youths then learnt respect, courtesy, consideration, decency, propriety, honesty and righteousness from a young age, and had enough self-discipline to hold to these values. However, these moral values and self-discipline are slowly diminishing over the years, as most of the younger generation are gradually disregarding these ethics....   [tags: Papers] 653 words
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Music Education: A Much Needed and Important Discipline - Music Education: A Much Needed and Important Discipline "A nation that allows music to be expendable is in danger of becoming expendable itself," said Richard Dreyfuss during the Grammy Awards broadcast on the 28th of February (National Coalition for music Education 14). This is a very interesting statement because it involves something that is related to everyone -- school curriculum. When school budgets have to be cut, the music classes are usually the first ones to be removed. Ironically, music is one of the most important areas of study because of its positive effects on students' creativity, learning and growth, and everyday life....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 867 words
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Disciplining a Child - In today’s society many people believe spanking children and physically punishing them is a good way to discipline. I believe there are many more effective ways to discipline a child. Why do people spank their children. People believe spanking causes pain and fear that you learn from. For example if I was running by a pool and the ground was wet and I happened to slip and fall, I would get hurt and I would be afraid to fall again, so I would learn to be more cautious and walk the second time I went by....   [tags: discipline, parenting, ] 563 words
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Empowerment and Leadership - ... My first experience with this leadership trait was when I worked for my family’s clothing store that offered free custom tailoring of clothes purchased from us. Providing this specialized kind of customer service built relationships with people of the community. Helping to solve a problem or satisfy a need, not just making a sale. I received great satisfaction from clients entering our clothing store with a need for a new set of clothes and leaving, not with just a new set of clothes, but a garment that was custom fit to them....   [tags: discipline and character] 1043 words
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An Agreeable Person is a Disciplined Person - From the study and the analysis, the key findings are as follows: • There exists positive relationship between agreeableness and discipline, conscientiousness and discipline and between openness to experience and discipline. This implies that individuals with agreeableness as their personality type adjust their behavior to suit others. High scorers are typically polite and like people. Low scorers tend to 'tell it like it is'. On the other hand individuals who fall into the category of conscientiousness personality type are honest and hardworking and hence more disciplined....   [tags: personality, consience, grievance] 734 words
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The Importance of Team sports in Child Development - ... There are a lot of different versions for the definition of discipline. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary website, discipline is," control that is gained by requiring that rules or orders be obeyed and punishing bad behavior." So how is this characteristic learned from playing a team sport. While training and control are both learned when playing sports, it take self discipline to practice, because it imposes the same routines daily. This requires constant concentration throughout the entire practice from the athlete....   [tags: respect, discipline, team playing] 766 words
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Negative Effects Of and Alternatives To Corporal Punishment - With an impression of his father’s belt buckle on his backside, he trudged to bed too upset to think of anything besides the physical pain of the spanking and the emotional pain from upsetting his father. He forgot to study for an important test, and he took his anger out on the teacher who then sent the boy to the principal’s office for disrespecting the teacher and disrupting the class. The principal took a wooden paddle and swatted the child; when he brought the failed test home, his father struck him with the belt again....   [tags: physical abuse, discipline]
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Only a Few Ingredients for Success - Have you ever flipped through channels on your television, and witness the many millionaires telling their success stories. Have you ever wondered “why can’t I be that successful”. Well what is Success, what is this vague noun that represents achievements. Does Success display wealth, possessions, or positions. According to Dictionary.com, Success is defined as the favorable or prosperous termination of attempt or endeavors; the accomplishment of one’s goal. Now we may never be President, or Drake, but with Persistence, Discipline, and a little luck we can all be successful....   [tags: persistence, discipline and a dash of luck] 620 words
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The Effectiveness of Corporal Punishment on Correcting Behavior of Middle School Children - Corporal Punishment and its Effectiveness on Correcting a Child’s Behavior in the Middle School Setting: Sixth Grade through Eighth Grade Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study…………………………………………………3 Statement of the Problem……………………………………………………..3 Description of Corporal Punishment………………………………………….4 Description of Discipline………………………………………………..........4 Effects of Corporal Punishment and Psychological Treatment on students’ Learning and Behavior: Description of Psychological Treatment…………….4 Corporal Punishment as a Stressor Among Youth: Description of Stressors...5 Summary and Overview…………………………………………………….....5 Purpose of Study……………………………………………………………….5 Research...   [tags: discipline, depression, pain] 891 words
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The Dabate of Using Corporal Punishment to Correct Children - ... These variables (stress, anger management, income…) can be at the root of the difference in behavior problems that are seen between those children whose parents use corporal punishment and those whose parents do not. If an association between corporal punishment and antisocial behavior are observed, it will be difficult to be certain that this was a direct association rather than an association that could be a result of an unmeasured ability to manage stress. Since corporal punishment occurs rarely and escapes the possibility of observation, researchers interested in the effects of corporal punishment need to consider more original methods of establishing causality....   [tags: methods of discipline, raising kids] 590 words
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How Joe Clark Was Able to Flip Eastside High School - ... His methods may be frowned upon by members of the city council and parents, but the ways he had used those methods showed the students of Eastside High School that the things that he had done were for their benefit only. From the evidence shown Joe Clark had done almost everything that the school board had told them not to do; from chaining up the school doors to have the students perform as if they were in a military camp, but all of this was to keep out the drug dealing students, that he had expelled, and help them become stronger and more civilized versions of themselves....   [tags: authority, discipline, unorthodox]
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Sports Building Peace in Our Troubled World - ... This in exchange promotes unity, which is an important role in a nation’s development. Citizens of a nation also come together to watch athletes of their countries win titles worldwide, with one’s national pride blazing through. Another way is increase view of diversity and cultural sensitivities. In Malaysia, having more than one dominant race, citizens are given an opportunity to learn more about the roots of other races and religions through playing sports with each other and being in the same team....   [tags: self-discipline, unity, communities] 960 words
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Why Sports Matter in our History and Our Lives - When discussing why sports matter and the influence it has had over the course of history, many controversial issues have been whether or not sports have taught us to cultivate discipline. Sheed explains that sports can play an important role in the lives of people by helping them discover who they are and where they want to be. The lesson of sports goes deeper than just practicing or playing a game, they help build characteristics that will prepare you for many obstacles in life. Sheed mentions that sports were created and put into schools to teach discipline, patience, and honesty to male students....   [tags: discipline, competitive, physical] 517 words
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Is Spanking a Form of Child Abuse? - ... Spanking was known to be applied toward children in the Inupiaq tribe of Alaska thousands of years ago to eliminate bad behavior, and has been used in schools in the African nation of Botswana to prevent children from drinking alcohol. The practice of spanking is commonly endorsed by most religions, including Christianity (“Corporal punishment deep rooted”). Spanking is an important aspect of a child’s social development and should not be considered an evil form of abuse. In her argument, Debra Saunders says that there is an obvious difference between beating a child and spanking a child, and parents know the boundary....   [tags: discipline, yelling, social development] 631 words
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Research and Study on the National Service Training Program in Malaysa - ... Through this program, teenagers from different races, cultures and religions gathered together in one platform to nourish the spirit of untidy. 1.4. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY The objective of research is are the follow : 1.4.1 To identify the factor that influence the teenagers attitude. Identifying the factor that influence the teenagers attitude. 1.4.2 PLKN was to identify the activities that can build communication skill. Investigate the activities that PLKN organize whether it can build communication skill or not....   [tags: teenagers, problem, discipline, design] 1022 words
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The Unethical Nature of Operation Iron Triangle - ... This lack of exposure to the Arab culture leads to the dehumanization of Iraqis as shown by a staff sergeant under command of COL Steele reporting that soldiers used racial slurs in reference to Iraqis. Second, COL Steele designed fighting tournaments that led to a platoon on platoon brawl with some soldiers sustaining injuries. This action is not good for unit cohesion and order and represents a breakdown of proper discipline. Third, COL Steele offered trophy knives as a reward for killing insurgents or exemplary service....   [tags: leadership, discipline, rules] 925 words
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The Use of Corporal Punishment in Schools - Abstract Recently, as the value of education is increasing, corporal punishment became hot issue on the world because there is no any appropriate answer about” Should corporal punishment be for discipline?” According to a history of corporal punishment of Wikipedia, the practice was recorded as early as c 10th Century BC in Míshlê Shlomoh. Even though corporal punishment is not correct way for discipline like people usually think, how the punishment has been used so far or why. Introduction On a student’s cell phone, a teacher is caught hitting students with a thick stick....   [tags: discipline, education, teaching] 1863 words
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Striking a Child with an Open Hand on the Buttocks - Spanking is a form of discipline that parents may or may not agree with. Parents usually do not admit that they spank their children. Is it because they know that it is a bad act of discipline. Parents who do admit to spanking of their child say it is to show the child who is boss in the house. As for others, spanking is wrong because these parents think there can be a future problems from the effect of spanking. Spanking children can lead to emotional, mental and even physical problem as they grow up because the later effects of spanking and abuse caused by the disciplinary action of spanking....   [tags: spanking as a form of discipline]
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Leadership Skills Needed for Success Industry in Difficult Times - ... Despite these problems, some leaders were able to overcome them and lead their companies to great long-term financial performance. Hence the experiences they underwent can be used to guide today’s leaders who are faced with similar situations. The article mentions names of some leaders who have become legends by leading their companies through some of the most difficult situations. The leaders were not visionary and they were generally not more charismatic than other leaders. The leaders exhibited the following characteristics shown in the summary of the article below: Summary of the Article The article addresses three major skills/characteristics that define an outstanding leader....   [tags: manager, creativity, discipline] 1079 words
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The importance of History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship in the Australian Curriculum - ... Australia’s history provides a tradition for identity, such as the connection arising from myth-making and heroes in literature, seen in works such by A. B. Paterson, and artists like Sidney Nolan. Therefore, in the curriculum history provides an opportunity to learn about a ‘shared’ national experience, and prompts an appreciation of the change of societal mores not only from the past but in current Australia. History on its own gives the opportunity to view Australian identity as a fluid concept, and one undergoing many changes....   [tags: culture, discipline, identity]
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The Influence of Russian Communism on Women - ... Elena’s strong passion and hunger for discipline lead her higher in the communist ranking. As she developed into the more prestige rankings Elena faced an even stricter set of guidelines to abide by. Life began to take a toll on Elena and this sense of belonging to a group and having a set role in society led Elena to Nikanor Petrovich Kirilenko, a revolutionist whom was exiled in Serbia taught her the art of journalism. This was to be her fate as she wrote an abundance of articles for the Soviet Siberia....   [tags: ideology, discipline, lifestyle]
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Components of Forensic Anthropology and Odontology - The purpose of this research is to critically analyze the various components of forensic anthropology and odontology in order to obtain an accurate understanding of the overall reliability of these disciplines. Research obtained from various sources including, textbook, peer reviewed articles and the National Academy of Sciences Report are examined in an attempt to explain how the field of forensic odontology, more specifically the discipline of bite mark analysis is not considered to be a reliable or creditable source in the criminal justice system....   [tags: critical analysis, discipline reliability] 2815 words
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A Method of Training the Human Body to Become more Efficient, Stronger, and Agile - Meeting new people is always enjoyable. When people first hear the word Parkour the reactions are usually the same. Those are; confusion, wonder, and fear. Being an instructor for the growing discipline of Parkour you tend to expect these reactions. Generally, people don't know what parkour is, but for those who do the most common follow up question is "Do you jump of Buildings". Unfortunately no, but there lies the fundamental issue with parkour. Although, Parkour has a misrepresented view of it, in actuality it's a very safe and progressive discipline that can also be very satisfying....   [tags: parkour, traceurs, dangerous discipline]
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Corporal Punishment with Respect to the Private and Public Sphere - ... The moderate requirement states that the punishment must be in proportion to the age, build, health and gender of the child. Corporal punishment by parental authority can only succeed as a defence if it meets these requirements, as well as having the intention to discipline or educate the child. 3 1 Arguments against parent’s right of chastisement The harm inflicted on a child when punishing him/her, violates the human rights of the child, which states that every child should be protected from abuse or degradation in section 28(d) of the Constitution....   [tags: physical discipline in schools is prohibited]
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The Society´s View of the Role of Children - ... Similarly, in a letter to his son’s governess, King Henry IV of France called for the regular whipping of his young son. From his own experience, he claims “there is nothing in the world that will be better for him than that” (Document 8). It is in fact true that Henry of Navarre himself was whipped as a child, and would therefore have good reason for wanting his son, the heir to his throne, to follow the very path he walked. These instances of harsher treatment are not representative of an overall lack of care for European children....   [tags: discipline, love, attitude, society] 934 words
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Positive Outcomes of School Uniform Use - Schools around the country have a growing concern of violence and safety. One way they are controlling this issue is through the use of school uniforms. One in every five schools across the country both public and private are now requiring a school uniform.(Daniels) Students oppose the use of uniforms in schools due to lack of expression. "My belief is that when you go to school, you go to school to learn.” said Barbara Thompson superintendent of Montgomery schools.(Nettles) Students are in school to learn and not to worry about what they are wearing....   [tags: pressure, unity, discipline] 1147 words
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Operant Conditioning and Parenting Practices between Hispanics and North Americans - There were two families at the park with their kids. One family was Hispanic and the other family was American. The kids where out on the playground, and they started fighting. The Hispanic mother grabbed her child and spanked him. While the American mother grabbed her child and explains to him why the situation was wrong and took away the toy that he had. These mothers use operant conditioning to discipline their children. Both mother use punishment, but the Hispanic mother used positive punishment because she added something to the situation....   [tags: Discipline, Punishment, Parents]
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Leadership Versus Management: Exploring Leadership by Co-author, Barbara Kellerman - Several weeks ago, I stumbled on this quote “Greatness is not a function of circumstance; greatness is largely a matter of conscience, choice and discipline” by Jim Collins. Halfway into my Leadership One class, after a sober reflection; I realized that all the great leaders I had heard of and known personally exhibited traits of fascinating discipline, intense consciousness amongst other factors. Another interesting observation showed the allegiances of these leaders to a supernatural being. In my opinion, leaders and managers have quite a clear distinction which is tersely explained as “managers do things right and leaders do the right thing.” Nonetheless, managers administer and leaders...   [tags: greatness, discipline, sucess]
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The Effect of Mandatory Military Service on Society - Mandatory military services and the effect it would have on society What if we all went into the military after high school. Sure we would all be disciplined and focused and I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. But we would all be the same and we wouldn’t have free choice anymore. We would all have the same military mindset. We would eat think and sleep war. I have relatives as close as my father that are in the/or were in the military. They are fun to be around at most times but they have no tolerance for mistakes....   [tags: soldiers, discipline, volunteer] 558 words
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Parenting Styles and How They Affect Your Children - What Are the Parenting Styles and How Do They Affect Your Child. How a parent raises their child can affect the child later on in life. There are four parenting styles: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and neglectful (uninvolved). Each of these parenting styles can affect a child in some way. Some parenting styles have more negative outcomes than others. Some have both positive and negative outcomes. The authoritarian parenting style is a style in which the parent has the only say. This parenting style “is based on obedience and the expectation of a child obeying without an explanation required” (McMillian)....   [tags: child development, parents, discipline] 966 words
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Abolishing Corporal Punishment in the United States Schools - ... It wasn't working. Hitting children did not seem to improve their behavior. It seemed in fact to be reinforcing the very behaviors I was attempting to eliminate." Advocates of corporal punishment view it as a fast and effective procedure as opposed to a time consuming suspension. Father Philip Berrigan, a teacher at St. Augustine High school in New Orleans, expresses how beneficial corporal punishment served him as a teacher: "Sometimes we sent a student to the principal's office for a paddling, and I have seen a marvelous clearing of the air with a simple whack on the butt....   [tags: discipline, suspensions, office, paddling] 754 words
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Child Rearing Practices in the 1500's and 1600's - Child- rearing practices in the 1500’s and 1600’s were very different from modern times. During the 1500’s and 1600’s, children were raised in various ways due to conditions such as mortality rates. There was a shorter life expectancy during these times, due to illnesses caused by rodents hygiene, and the disposal systems for waste products, which gave parents a precise reason to make their children grow up quicker than normal. The goal for most parents when raising their children during these times was to raise their young adolescents into mature adults with the help of harsh punishment and religion to get their children to decipher right from wrong....   [tags: discipline, beating, religion] 984 words
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Effects of Corporal Punishment on Children - ... This also shows that when you hit a child it will affect them sometime in their life. "Children have been found to be more aggressive when spanked for punishment than other children that have been disciplined by other means," says Mueller (2002). Spanking is a type of discipline that brings out aggression in children and teaches child that it is acceptable for them to hit others (Christie-Mizell, C., Pryor, E., & Grossman, E. 2008). In turn, hitting a child is no different than hitting someone else....   [tags: discipline, society, spanking, abuse] 1938 words
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Stopping Child Abuse and Neglect with the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ac - ... ("The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA)", 2014).This act also works to create and keep prevention programs in the community. In the act it talks about the risks of child abuse and neglect. ("Child Welfare Information Gateway"). The first recognized abuse victim was in 1847 and her name was Mary Ellen Wilson. She states that her mother whipped her and beat her almost every day.(Markel) Mary pushed for Child Protection from abuse. In 1875 the first world organization that focused on child protection was created....   [tags: welfare, protection, discipline] 572 words
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