A Guide to Effective School Discipline for Principals
The effect of school discipline on students' social bonds
After controlling for several background variables that are shown by previous research to influence youths' school social bonds and delinquency, the analyses did not find school disciplinary actions or school social bonds to be a significant predictor of delinquency.
Discipline in Middle Schools Dissertation or Thesis by ..
The key to establishing good discipline at school lies in learners accepting the educator’s authority to manage their behaviour and their progress in learning.
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A 3 page research paper that examines a teachers' contract in the state of New York. The typical teachers' contract covers basic job related categories, such as compensation, benefits, hours, leave policy and retirement benefits; however, the typical contract in the US also contains clauses that are essential to school management. Such clauses include job assignment; class size and caseloads; safety conditions; evaluation and grievance procedures and school discipline policy (EDP, 2005). In the confrontational system of bargaining, which is patterned after the private sector, both sides present a list of demands prior to opening negotiations (EDP, 2005). In general, boards of education do not generally present a list of demands, but they do expect contract to include clauses that are significant to school management. Two of these are discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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A 3 page paper which addressesthe book �Classroom Discipline: A Management Guide for Christian School Teachers,�written by Ollie Gibbs and Jerry L. Haddock. This book addresses some very interestingaspects of discipline that have little to do with Christianity, but instead illustrate manydifferent, and effective, models for discipline in the classroom. While the methods do notalways appear to apply only to Christian based schools, indicating that they can beimplemented in public schools to some degree, it is obvious in many ways that the basicbackground for much of the techniques are founded on Biblical beliefs. No additionalsources cited.