Win-Win Discipline. Lauren Sandler EDUC 531 Dr. Williams April 7, 2010. The Fundamental Hypothesis of Win-Win Discipline.
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April 7, 2010
The goal of Win-Win Discipline, according to Scott, Kagan and Kyle is that over time students will become empowered to make choices in behavior that are beneficial to them as well as being compatible with the interests of the class
Disruptions usually come up from one of seven student positions that are thought of as currently existing motives, emotions or states of mind
However, for students who exhibit persistently disruptive behavior, the teacher may have to utilize more prescriptive measures, such as consequences like an apology, loss of activity or restitution
With collaboration with the students teachers might decide on preferred classroom procedures; talk about discipline structures and the reasons behind them; create follow-ups and consequences; and garner student input on a few curriculum decisions