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Win-Win Discipline Strategies for All Discipline Problems Spencer Kagan, Patricia Kyle & Sally Scott (All Grades) Win-Win Discipline is the single most comprehensive and effective classroom discipline program available. Period. Never before has there been a more practical and powerful step-by-step approach to discipline. Win-Win seeks a higher goal than other discipline programs: The goal is not merely to end disruptions; the goal is to teach students to meet their unmet needs so they no longer need to be disruptive. Watch disruptive behaviour disappear as Win-Win… , Turns anger into rational decision-making, Replaces boredom with active engagement, Channels excess energy into productive learning, Ends control-seeking via learned self-efficacy, Transforms attention seeking into self-validation, Converts avoidance of failure into self-confidence. If we end a disruption, we improve our classroom for a while. If instead we foster autonomous responsibility, we prevent future disruptions and empower our students or a lifetime. Win-Win provides proven step-by-step strategies and structures to prevent disruptions, for the moment-of-disruption, and follow-ups. Go beyond manipulative tricks to end disruptions. Use Win-Win’s proven approach to prevent disruptions by teaching learned responsibility. With Win-Win, you create a safe, comfortable learning environment for you and your students — A place where students are excited to come and where you don’t feel stressed by the end of the day. Win the freedom to focus on learning and growing, not on disruptions. With Win-Win your students win skills for a lifetime and you win the freedom to do what you do best — teach without distractive disruptions. 620 pages.
Provides proven step-by-step strategies and structures to prevent disruptions, for the moment-of-disruption, and follow-ups.
Learn to identify the seven positions from which disruptive behavior occur.
Learn how to respond to these disruptions in a manner that will both end the disruption now and prevent it from occuring in the future.
Everyone wins! Students learn skills for a lifetime and teachers are free to teach without disruptions.
Spencer Kagan, Inc., Patricia Kyle