Kagan Kyle Scott S Win Win Discipline Essays and Term Papers

  • Classroom Management: Exploring 5 Strategies

    classroom management strategies are Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom, Lee Canter’s Behavior Management Cycle, Kagan, Kyle and Scott’s Win-Win, Morrish’s Real Discipline and Curwin and Mendler’s Discipline with Dignity. All of these are useful in the classroom just some are better suited to different grade levels...

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  • Comparison of Discipline Models

    Grand Canyon University: TCH-536 September 2, 2014 Discipline Models Discipline Model: Wong's "Effective Classroom" Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's "Win-Win Discipline" Morrish's "Real Discipline" Strengths ~Explaining, rehearsing and reinforcing explicit procedures will prevent...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    A Comparison of Discipline Models   Person(s) and Belief Strengths Weaknesses Advantages Disadvantages Agree or Disagree with the model, why? Wong’s “Effective Classroom” This theory is based on the belief that the students’ achievements are mainly affected by the classroom procedures...

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  • Comparison of Discipline Models

     EDU-450 Classroom Management A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models In comparing Wong’s theory and Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s theory, they both give pupils the independence to do what they think is appropriate for them, and the...

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  • Comparing Paper

    The essay is on the comparison of discipline models that include; Wong’s pragmatic Classroom, Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's "win-win discipline, and Morrish's "real discipline." a) Wong’s pragmatic Classroom is a theory that believes that, for enviable learning and classroom behavior, there must be some...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Compare and contrast Wong's pragmatic classroom; Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's win-win discipline; and Morrish's real discipline. Identify the respective strengths and weaknesses, and advantages and disadvantages, of each. Do you agree or disagree with each? Why? • Wong’s...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    Running head: A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models Rachael Curry Grand Canyon University EDU 450 Erika Hopson January 13, 2011 A Comparison of Discipline Models | |Strengths |Weaknesses |Advantages ...

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  • Current Trends in Classroom Management

    popular. Four main strategies that are current include: Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom; Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s Win-Win Discipline, Canter’s Behavior Management Cycle/Assertive Discipline, and Morrish’s Real Discipline. Each strategy has strengths and weaknesses. There are various negative classroom conditions...

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  • discipline models

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s win-win discipline Morrish’s Real Discipline Compare and Contrast • Students are given the choose to what they feel is good for them to do.   • Students, teacher and parents are involved in the rule making. ...

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  • Proactive Lesson

    indicates that teaching responsibility is a high priority in U.S. education. Speaking of self-discipline, Bear (1998) explains that “the American public’s belief that schools should play a role in teaching self-discipline has never been greater than it is today” (p. 15). He cites the 1996 Gallup study (Elam...

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  • compare wong's pragmatic classroom kagan kyle and scott win win discipline and morrish's real discipline

    Strengths of Wong’s Effective classroom management empowers students to succeed Provide an environment of discipline and order. By establishing procedures for students to follow each day. Students experience an order that allows learning to flourish in the classroom Teachers are also directed on...

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  • class Management

    approaches to classroom management: Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom, Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s Win-Win Discipline, and Morrish’s Real Discipline. Real Discipline was developed by Ronald Morrish in response to his perceived failure in student choice discipline plans. According to Morrish (Charles, 2011) giving students...

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  • Comparision of Discipline Model

    for|specifics of dealing with |classroom |trying to be in compliance to| | |implementing procedures in |discipline and strategies | |procedures. | | |timely manner. |for correcting...

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  • Week 3 - Philosophy and Education: Comparison Chart of the Philosophical Models of Education

    of the students. | * This theory shows everything the teacher has control over, so all teachers can apply it. * Harry Wong’s theory fosters discipline and order, predictability and regularity. | * The main disadvantage to this theory is its rigidity. It doesn’t take differences, individual student...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models Win-Win Discipline And Real Discipline

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s win-win discipline Morrish’s Real Discipline Compare and Contrast • Students are given the choose to what they feel is good for them to do. • Students, teacher and parents are involved in the rule making. •...

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  • Children and Discipline

    Comprehensive Paper 1. My personal philosophy on discipline is that I feel that all children are different. Some children are quiet and shy while others are talkative and outgoing. Some children are people pleasers which mean they do not want to do anything that will upset their parent or guardian...

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  • Trends in Classroom Management

    Current Trends in Classroom Management Classroom Discipline Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s Win-Win Discipline Morrish’s Real Discipline Strengths • Wong’s approach “pragmatic” where it is “built from practical ideas” pieced together from multiple...

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  • Nothing

    Asperger Syndrome – A Practical Guide for Teachers 21. One Minute Discipline Page 15 Page 29 22. Win-Win Discipline Page 15 53. School Success for Kids with Asperger’s Syndrome 23. Inviting Positive Classroom Discipline Page 15 Page 29 24. How to Manage and Teach Children with...

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  • Classroom Management Techniques

    perspective of what students expect and would like to see in their classroom based off of their experiences in school. Nelsen, Lott, and Glenn’s Positive Discipline support this belief by encouraging teachers to hold regular class meetings to establish respect among teacher and students. They believe that when...

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  • Teachers can Win-Win with Behavior Management

     Teachers can Win-Win with Behavior Management Grand Canyon University: EDU- 536 July 30, 2014 Since the beginning of the one room school house, students have passed notes, whispered to the student next them, and created noisy interruptions during instruction.  In the 21st century...

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