Assertive Discipline
Positive Behavior Management for Today's Classroom

Hawker Brownlow Education
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5 videos in this playlist

Effective Classroom Management
Author Lee Canter explains the Assertive Discipline approach, its benefits, and the three steps of the Behavior Management Cycle.
The Behaviour Management Cycle, Step One
Real teachers model how to implement each of the three steps in elementary and secondary classrooms.
The Behaviour Management Cycle, Steps Two and Three
Real teachers model how to implement each of the three steps in elementary and secondary classrooms.
Implementing the Behaviour Management Cycle
Demonstrates how to shift responsibility to students gradually, to transition from a teacher-managed classroom to student self-management.
Building Trusting Relationships
Provides strategies for building the trusting relationships with students and parents that are so crucial to creating a well-run classroom in which students understand the expectations and classroom procedures, manage…

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