A new student has arrived in your classroom. Although it's only the student's first day in your room, you get the feeling that he "is going to be a handful." He seems disinterested in what you have to say, and has already disrupted surrounding students by visiting.
What aspects of Assertive Discipline could you utilize to assist with promoting a feeling of trust with this students?
Do you think it would benefit the student if you spent some one-on-one time with him?
What types of questions would you ask, what type of information might you share?
What might be a strategy you could use to increase the trust and, therefore, support between this student's family and yourself? Summarize your ideas in a short narrative.
Based on the scenario, this solution addresses the four questions related to assertive discipline. supplemented with two informative articles on assertive discipline and application.
Using assertive discipline
Imagine you have done an action researh project on improving negative behavior. Summarize your progress and findings as you get to the last part which would be what reccommendations do you have for researchers interested in replicating your study
and what group of people could you present who would bendfit
your action research project was improving negative behavior in the classroom