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Lee Canter"s Teaching Responsible Behavior Curriculum Guide

by Lee Canter

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  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Canter & Associates .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Behavior Management,
  • Classroom Management,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning,
  • General,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    Number of Pages275
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12205986M
    ISBN 101572710462
    ISBN 109781572710467
    OCLC/WorldCa50597791

    Lee Canter's Classroom Management Strategies By:Krista Barton, Jesi Rehkopf, Wes Scherzinger, Sidney Thomas Assertive Discipline Dr. Canter's book, Assertive Discipline, is regarded as the “gold standard” of educators. Assertive Discipline is based on thousands of hours of. Buy Lee Canter's assertive discipline: positive behavior management for today's classroom by Lee Canter, Marlene Canter online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.5/5(1).

    The Assertive Discipline model centers around the various rights of the classroom teacher. This includes the right to create rules that establish what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior, the right to support students who are exhibiting appropriate, non-disruptive behavior, the right to teach students that they must follow these rules throughout the entire school year, and the right to ask. The teacher walks up to her and corrects the behavior: Teacher: Cleo, the directions were to go to your seat and get to work. That is your warning. Cleo (getting upset): I didn't do anything wrong. Josh got in my way so I couldn't get to my seat. Teacher (calmly): Cleo, I understand, but .

    It is the responsibility of the teacher to guide the child better. It is the duty of the teacher to motivate the student in positive way rather than having a negative feeling about the student if he is not good at academics. It is the moral responsibility of the teacher to treat each student equal irrespective of his financial background. 1. Charles states that Lee and Marlene Canter published their book, Assertive Discipline: A Take-Charge Approach for Today's Educator in because of a "prevailing permissiveness" (72) at that time made it impossible for teachers to do you think Charles means by that? By the turn of the century, Assertive Discipline was no longer prevalent in the classroom.


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Lee Canter's Teaching Responsible Behavior Curriculum Guide [Canter, Lee] on *FREE* shipping on Lee Canters Teaching Responsible Behavior Curriculum Guide book offers. Lee Canter's Teaching Responsible Behavior Curriculum GuidePrice: $   Lee Canter Biography - - Lee Canter Biography and List of Works - Lee Canter Books Lee Canter Biography - - Lee Canter Biography and List of Works - Lee Canter Books Lee Canter's Teaching Responsible Behavior Curriculum Guide.

Assertive Discipline, 3rd Edition. Teacher's Plan Book Plus 1 Parents On Your Side a Teacher's Guide To. Lee Canter is a world-renowned expert on classroom management. His acclaimed Assertive Discipline® program has been the gold standard in the field since it was first introduced in Lee continues to develop cutting-edge coaching and training focused on establishing safe and orderly school environments that support closing achievement gaps/5(8).

Also new to this edition is an updated section on teaching responsible behavior, including a chapter on teaching policies and procedures at the beginning of the schoolyear, a chapter on developing. Section Three Teaching Responsible Behavior; 7.

Teach Policies and Procedures at the Beginning of the School Year; Determine Policies and Procedures; Planning to Teach a Lesson on Responsible Behavior; Responsible Behavior Lesson Format; 8. Develop a Responsible Behavior Curriculum; Determine the Order in Which You Will Teach the Content.

Lee Canter echoes the words of Harry Wong in this book regarding the importance of teaching procedures in the first two weeks of school. However, Canter takes this a bit further by creating a step-by-step instruction manual of what to teach and when. Include throughout the text and on the CD are reproducible pages for the teacher's s: Responsible Behavior Curriculum Guide An Instructional Approach to Successful Classroom Management, Lee Canter, Jan 1,pages.

Lee Canter, co-author of the renowned Assertive Discipline, has spent the past five years observing numerous classrooms. His latest ideas are contained in this page full.

Cofounder of Canter and Associates, Lee has written more than 40 books and training programs for educators. In addition, he is known for developing one of the most successful distance learning master's programs for educators.

Lee and his associates have trained more than one million teachers worldwide in his Assertive Discipline® s: Assertive discipline is a structured, systematic approach designed to assist educators in running an organized, teacher-in-charge classroom environment.

To no one's surprise, Lee and Marlene Canter, when consulting for school systems, found that many teachers were unable to manage the undesirable behavior that occurred in their classrooms.

Lee Canter’s accomplishments in education, the summary of his Assertive Discipline model, including the explanation of steps to implement his model, its effectiveness and the arguments for and against the use of Assertive Discipline in the classroom will be examined.

Lee Canter’s contributions to education have spanned close to 35 years. The Assertive Teacher constantly monitors for positive behavior in order to "catch" students being good, to recognize and support appropriate behavior and let them know the teacher likes it.

(Canter, Phi Delta Kappan 58). To foster good relationships with students, the Assertive Teacher will: - Model the trust and respect wanted from students. Lee Canter's What to Do When Your Child Won't Behave: A Practical Guide for Responsible, Caring Discipline (Effective Parenting Books).

Get this from a library. Lee Canter's classroom management for academic success. [Lee Canter] -- Classroom Management for Academic Success is the first management program designed to specifically address the first priority for today's educator: improving the achievement of all students.

This. Therefore, a rule stating a student must raise their hand before speaking is not reasonable because there may be times when a student is allowed to speak more freely, such as when they are working on a group project (Assertive Discipline 26).

Once created, the teacher posts her/his chart of rules, with the list of rewards and consequences. 42 CH A P T E R 3 Lee and Marlene Canter's Assertive Discipline Teaching Students How They Are Expected to Behave in the Classroom Students do not automatically know how to behave in all settings and situations.

There- fore, teachers must make sure to teach acceptable behavior through modeling, explana- tion, and practice. Canter is critical of behavior management approaches that dilute the control of the teacher. The teacher, as the adult in the room, has the responsibility and duty to control the classroom environment.

This is the only way the students’ safety and educational development can be guaranteed. Behavior narration does not compliment a student on doing what is expected, but merely notes that he or she is doing it. For example, if the teacher says, “Take out your book and immediately get to work,” the accompanying behavior narration would be, “Kyla has taken out her book and has already gotten to work” (Assertive Discipline 64).

Author of Assertive discipline for parents, Homework Without Tears, Assertive discipline, Lee Canter's Assertive discipline, Parents on your side, D evoirs sans larmes, Winter motivators, Assertive discipline for secondary school educators. Lee Canter has earned national recognition and acclaim as an author and trainer of teachers on the topic of behavior management and parent involvement.

As co-founder of Canter & Associates, Mr. Canter developed several premier educational programs, including "Assertive Discipline," "Succeeding with Difficult Students," and "Parents on Your Side."Author: Lee Canter.

We offer free, high-quality Teacher's Guides for more than of our books. Our Teacher's Guides are developed by professional educators and offer extensive teaching ideas, curricular connections, and activities that can be adapted to many different educational settings.

LEE & LOW BOOKS recognizes. Insist that students accept responsibility for their behavior. The Essential Guide for All Teachers by Linda Shalaway (©New Teacher Survival Guide These guides for first-year teachers offer crucial tips for managing the classroom, students, curriculum.

Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.Assertive discipline is very structured and systematic.

It's main design proposes to help educators run a classroom in which the teacher is in charge. While consulting for many school systems throughout the United States, the Canters found that the majority of teachers were having difficulty controlling bad behavior in their classrooms.