Students have four basic needs and meeting these needs will have a positive impact on discipline. More Teaching and Less Policing will help educators examine how unfulfilled needs manifest in the school and classroom. Rawlinson provides strategies that will help educators satisfy these essential needs to reduce behavior problems. Educators have more time to facilitate learning when fewer incidences of misconduct occur. In five chapters, Rawlinson provides the guidance educators need to foster acceptable behaviors in the school and classroom. Topics include the family and the classroom, making connections, presenting rewards, ensuring security, and providing support. Information and strategies in More Teaching and Less Policing will help educators create a favorable learning environment.My husband and I held family meetings with our own children to address specific issues. ... Often, we would use the family occasions to encourage our children to do their best and to instruct them on how to become better students and earn the anbsp;...
|Title||:||More Teaching and Less Policing|
|Author||:||Regenia M. Rawlinson|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2008-01|