Why Discipline Counts: Supporting Effective Instruction in the Classroom
The number of concerns at our school is the behavior in the classroom. Teachers must have control before learning can take place. Secondly, it is imperative that teachers have accurate knowledge of the students' individual abilities, skills. social needs and primary learning modalities. Thirdly, instructional strategies will include some form of differentiation of instruction, whether through differentiation of content, process, delivery, and or product.
When displinary measures occur its main intention is to keep the majority in line, not the single individual whose causing a disruption. Displinary measures help the student realize that the real world has rewards and consequences, and disappointments. Classroom Management should have the balance of both.