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Is Not A Dirty Word! Or Is It?
@adapted by Dr. Douglas Gosse
Capable:Students need to feel capable of completing their work in a satisfactory manner. How?
Connect:Students need to believe they can develop positive relationships with teachers and classmates. How?
Contribute: Students need to contribute to the welfare of the class so they feel like they make a difference. How?
"We can't teach the students we used to have. Or those we wish we had. We must teach the students we do have."
- Linda Albert
Advice to a novice teacher in 1990:
“If you smile at that student, you may be the only person who smiled at them all day, perhaps all week! Treat them as good as you’d like to be treated. Put them first . . .”
Albert, L. (1989). A Teacher's Guide to Cooperative Discipline, How to Manage Your Classroom and Promote Self-Esteem. Circle Pines, Minnesota: American Guidance Services, Inc.
Albert, L. (1996a). Cooperative Discipline. Circle Pines, Minnesota: American Guidance Services, Inc.
Albert, L. (1996b). Discipline: Is It a Dirty Word? Retrieved November 8, 2005, from http://www.agsnet.com/staffdev/cd_dirty.asp