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    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

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    Discipline and Restraint

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    Discipline and Restraint Without discipline and restraint where would this world be? Where would we be? We all have someone or something we learn from or look up to. We can be told who to like or who to admire, but does it really work like that? No, it doesn’t. We all are given the power to choose from birth. But growing up everyone has two, or in some cases one, person they learn from, their parents. Their parents teach them discipline but restraint, well that’s something they teach themself

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    Discipline As Folklore

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    Discipline As Folklore There is no need to argue whether discipline has a role in society. The types, severity, and appropriateness are debatable, but it surely serves a purpose. This applies on a global scale, with groups such as NATO and the UN, all the way down to individual households. The family unit acts as a training camp for upcoming members of a community by teaching children what is expected of them through example and discipline. Though the methodology varies from household-to-household

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    Progressive Discipline

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    appropriate. Conclusion These polices are all similar as they in force company policy, performance and ethical behavior. All policies are written and identify the variety of disciplinary actions that may be imposed in a progressive manner. The progressive discipline polices above are written with the intent of promoting a productive work environment. They are different in that the independent contributor focuses on accountably of established performance goals. Where as the IT technician focuses on improving

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    Self Discipline Essay

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    was it because you lacked self-discipline. Contrary to the popular belief that IQ determines academic performance some people have, self-discipline exceeds IQ in predicting academic performance. The purpose of this paper is to define self-discipline, discuss the statement that self-discipline outdoes IQ in predicting academic performance and provide strategies to maximize self-discipline in a tertiary learning environment. First, this paper will define self-discipline. Second, it will discuss the statement

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    Assault Or Discipline

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    Assault or Discipline When describing a physical altercation between two adults, the term is assault and battery. Assault on an individual has more than immediate effects; the effects can last a lifetime in severe cases. In all fifty states, it is a crime to hit, strike or use corporal punishment in any deliberate manner towards any person over the age of eighteen. However, this law does not apply to physical force being used on minors. Spanking, whipping, and paddling are among a few common references

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    Corrective discipline Teachers use this discipline when a small intervention failed to motivate students. In this discipline teachers implement strategies to stop misbehaviour when it has already occurred and redirect behaviour into positive way (Mclnerney & Mclnerney, 2002, p. 250). Rogers’ positive behaviour leadership model is very good example for practical approach to classroom management. Roger stated that all disciplinary practice should to empower students to become responsible for their

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    The Fifth Discipline

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    The Fifth Discipline Chapter 11 of Peter Senge's book, The Fifth Discipline, talks about the idea of Shared Vision, and how this concept has transformed organizations, and individuals working for them, into a cohesive unit of long-term innovative achievement. Having and transmitting a successful "shared vision" requires true "buy-in" on the part of the employees and the organization as a whole, and must foster genuine commitment and active enrollment in order to bring that organizational vision

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    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

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    Discipline is Not Abuse

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    between abuse and discipline. So what is child abuse? Child abuse consists of any act of commission or omission that endangers or impairs a child’s physical or emotional health and development. Child abuse includes any damage done to a child which cannot be reasonably explained and which is often represented by an injury or series of injuries appearing to be non-accidental in nature. There are also different kinds of child abuse; which include physical, emotional, and sexual. But, discipline does not involve

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