WIN-WIN Discipline is built on 3 Pillars

Discipline problem is anything that disrupts the teaching/learning process.



SAME-SAME--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Collaborative Solutions-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learned Responsibility
"I understand where you are."..........................>>>>>>>>>>"
"We've all been there."
"I've been there too."
"Democracy, caring, and mutual respect are norms.">>>>..........>>>>>
"Fostering long-term learned responsibility."
"We are responsible for finding a solution
"Responsible learning and responsible behaviors are linked."






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The Four Types of Disruptions: ABCD

A

is for aggression. Aggression is any action aimed at hurting others.
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B

is for breaking rules. Most rules are derived from two basic principles: 1) showing respect and 2) not disrupting learning.
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C

is for confrontation. Confrontation is a power play.
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D

is for disengaged. Disengagement is a form of solo disruption.

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Rules vs. Goals .....................................................................................................

Rules about Rules

1. Keep it simple and realistic.
2. Use positive language.
3. The fewer rules the better.
The Seven Positions
  1. Attention Seeking
  2. Avoiding Failure
  3. Angry
  4. Control Seeking
  5. Energetic
  6. Bored
  7. Uninformed
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Goal of WIN-WIN

Empower students; not control students!





















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