Discipline At Roosevelt. A committee was formed that
investigated different discipline policies. After many hours of research
and discussion, a small majority chose Positive Discipline.
No-Rescue Contract that could be used
in school settings to promote respect, responsibility, and closer
parent/school relations. The contract has gone through several revisions
since; here it is reproduced in its latest form, and I offer it with the
recommendation that you consider using it, adapted as you see fit for
A Radical Proposal for Improved
Teacher. People can be born with the talent
of teaching and can learn over the years all the
techniques and skills needed to effectively communicate
information, they still they may not be great
teachers because they lack those qualities that this
- NO MORE LOGICAL CONSEQUENCES!
At least hardly ever!
FOCUS ON SOLUTIONS
by Jane Nelsen.
- Stories from Stephanie Corvese, second grade teacher,
St. Catherine of Siena, Woodbridge (Toronto), Ontario
- Stories from Loretta Sedran, French
Teacher grades 1-8, Holy Jubilee Catholic School,
- Positive Time Out
- Class Meeting Solutions -Put Downs,
A child in the first grade had terrible body odor. Some children made
disparaging remarks about how he smelled. Those who sat near him would
occasionally ask the teacher whether they could move away because he
smelled so bad.
Lines, Lines. What's the purpose of
having children line up? Can anyone remember?
to a New School: Bringing Three Staffs to Harmony
Behavior. Problems on the bus seem to be a major concern kindergarten
through high school. Look at the behavior on any bus, anywhere in the
world, and you will have a barometer of the development of (or lack of)
internalized social skills, life skills, and social interest.
Seeds of Change Through Positive Discipline.
In our mobile society it is not uncommon for some families to relocate
several times in a child's school career.
Student Who Came With A Warning! Label
For Solutions In The Principal's Office
Spinoffs of Positive Discipline
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