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What do you say when--? : best practice language for improving student behavior

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Eye on Education, Larchmont, NY, p.163 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LB3013 .H643 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8537098

Keywords:

Classroom management, Communication in education, Problem children--Behavior modification

Abstract:

Contents: Best practice language : the right words at the right time -- The BPL framework for improving student behavior in the classroom and beyond -- What do you say on the first day of school? -- What do you say to the passively disengaged student? -- What do you say to the attention seekers? -- What do you say after an inappropriate outburst? -- What do you say to prevent feelings of embarrassment and insecurity in the classroom? -- What do you say to help students develop respect for themselves and others? -- What do you say to prevent, defuse, and resolve student conflict? -- What do you say to prevent, address, and eliminate student anger, aggression, and bullying? -- What do you say to the student who refuses to cooperate and/or challenges you? -- What do you say to address discipline issues with the whole class? -- What do you say to encourage and promote a culture of positive student behavior? -- The power of BPL in the classroom and beyond -- Mining and refining best practice language in your school.