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Communication and Preparation to Facilitate Academic Success

5. Learning Environment – The teacher fosters and manages a safe and inclusive learning environment that takes into account: physical, emotional and intellectual well-being.

5.3 Managing Classroom Procedures through Performance of Noninstructional Duties… 1,234 more words

Why Common Discipline Methods Don't Work (and What to do Instead)

There is a misconception in our society that children learn best by being punished and shamed. The reality couldn’t be further from the truth. If you want children to behave better, you have to make them feel better. 1,134 more words


Positive discipline: The guide to our children's good behavior

Discipline plays a large part in building a child’s character therefore applying the right style is very important. Rather than the traditional style of training children, a more effective way of moulding our children is through positive discipline. 113 more words

Learning Is Colorfully Fun

Philosophy of Teaching and Learning

Teaching is the creation of a community of learners who celebrate their diversity and actively engage in the world around them through integrative, culturally relevant, and developmentally-appropriate lessons. 758 more words

Classroom Management

How my reasons to home school evolved

It all started on a whim….you know, I read about homeschooling and I liked the idea of having the children (than only 1) at home with me and teaching them myself.   741 more words

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​Examples of Positive Discipline
These are just a handful of examples of what we do with our daughter.

It cannot possibly cover all situations and will not work for all children. 1,505 more words

8 Reasons Positive Discipline Is Still Discipline

Positive discipline is essentially when you focus on your child’s behaviors and choices as good or bad and reward the good behaviors. There is no such thing as a “bad” kid when it comes to positive discipline, and a lot of schools and parents are taking on this way of rearing, raising, and helping kids grow. 300 more words