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  1. Linda AlbertCooperative Discipline By Lauren, Steph, and Katie

  2. Albert’s Key Focus Points • Teachers need to meet student needs and cooperate with students • Code of Conduct • 6 D’s of Conflict Resolution Plan • 3 C’s of cooperative discipline • Five A’s for helping students connect with teachers and peers • Students and parents as partners

  3. Meeting Students’ Needs • Students misbehave to meet physiological needs to belong. • When students feel that their needs aren’t being met, they direct their behaviors towards mistaken goals. • Mistaken Goals: * Attention Seeking * Power Seeking * Revenge Seeking * Avoidance of Failure

  4. Code of Conduct • Clearly states how students and teacher should cooperate and behave. • Students and teacher are held accountable for their actions at all times • Code of Conduct replaces rules in the classroom • 3 Levels of Code of Conduct • Developing Code of Conduct • Teaching Code of Conduct • Enforcing Code of Conduct

  5. Developing Code of Conduct • Envision the ideal • Ask students for vision of how they would like room to be • Ask for parents input

  6. Teaching Code of Conduct • Identify appropriate and inappropriate behaviors • Clarify appropriate and inappropriate behaviors • Involve parents Create Your Own Code of Conduct!!

  7. Enforcing the Code of Conduct • Check understanding • Problem solve when disagreement occurs • Post code of conduct in classroom

  8. Six D’s of Conflict Resolution • Define the problem • Declare the need, tell what makes the situation a problem • Describe the feelings experienced by both sides • Discuss possible solutions • Decide on a plan of action • Determine the plans effectiveness Take a moment to resolve this scenario using the Six D’s of Conflict Resolution…

  9. Three C’s of Cooperative Discipline • Capability • Help students Connect • Help Students Contribute

  10. Capability • Making mistakes is ok • Build confidence • Focus on past successes • Make progress tangible • I Can Cans • Accomplishment Albums and Portfolios

  11. Help Students Connect Five A’s • Acceptance • Attention • Appreciation • Affirmation • Affection

  12. Help Students Contribute Encourage student contributions… • In the class • To the school • To the community • In the environment • To help other students

  13. Students Involve students in code of conduct Involve students in establishing consequences Involve students in the decision making process Involve students in the conflict resolution plan Parents Inform parents about the code of conduct by sending a letter home Establish communication with parents Notify parents when behavior problems occur Structure parent teacher conferences for success Students and Parents as Partners

  14. Let’s Play Jeopardy!!