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Rudolf Dreikurs shared “Making mistakes is human. Regard your mistakes as inev… Rudolf Dreikurs shared “Making mistakes is human. Regard your mistakes as inevitable instead of feeling guilty, and you’ll learn better. Parenting Advice, Kids And Parenting, Teacher Images, Healthy Pregnancy Tips, Age Appropriate Chores, New Parent Advice, Positive Discipline, Parents As Teachers, Kids Writing

4 Rs of Recovery From Mistakes

by Jane Nelsen and Kelly Gfroerer, co-authors of Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers Book and Cards Rudolf Dreikurs shared “Making mistakes is human. Regard your mistakes as inevitable instead of feeling guilty, and you’ll learn better." Dreikurs’ perspective is supported by current day research. For example, Carol Dweck has found that students who perceive mistakes as opportunities to learn are more successful compared to students who avoid difficult tasks for fear of making mistakes…

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Avoid Rewards in the Classroom

by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Dr. Kelly Gfroerer While rewards may be a quick way to motivate students, it is important to stop and think, “What are students learning when they receive rewards?” Research has shown that rewards are not effective long-term and in fact can be harmful to students. The rewards become more important than the inner satisfaction of learning and contribution. Below is an excerpt from, Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers. Click Here to Order. Tool in Action Dexter, my…

Looking for a beautiful Perfect Attendance award? This huge set of Eric Carle inspired awards and certificates has it all! Great for kids of all ages. Easy to print and fill out! Certificate Of Recognition Template, Certificate Design Template, Preschool Certificates, Award Certificates, Perfect Attendance Certificate, Elementary Bulletin Boards, Doctors Note Template, Printable Border, Award Template

Eric Carle Inspired Certificates, Awards and Diplomas

End of the Year Awards and Certificates that are ready to print and use today! In this .pdf download you will receive a variety of colorful certificates, awards, diplomas and certificates of completion that you can give to your students. Perfect for the End of the Year or end of each term. This s...

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Teach Students to Give and Receive Compliments

by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Dr. Kelly Gfroerer Nothing can change your mood from sad to glad more quickly than gratitude. Negativity changes to positive feelings the instant you focus on what you appreciate. Since this is such a profound truth, doesn't it make sense to teach this valuable skill to students—and to provide time and space for them to practice on a daily basis. Students practice gratitude through the skill of giving and receiving compliments. For some silly reasons, students (and…

Where did we ever get the crazy idea that we have to make children feel bad before they will do better? This crazy idea is the basis for punitive time-out. It doesnt work for children any more than it would work for adults.

Positive Time-Out

by Dr. Jane Nelsen Imagine you are an employee who has made a mistake, and your boss comes to you and says, “You go to time-out and think about what you have done. And don’t come out until I say you can.” Or, if you are married, imagine your spouse coming to you and saying, “I don’t like your behavior. You are grounded for a week.” In either of these scenario’s what would you be thinking, feeling, and deciding. Is there any chance that you would say, “Oh, thank you so much. This is so…

Just as students don't master most academic subjects after just one lesson, it takes time to learn valuable social and life skills. Parenting Teens, Good Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Toddler Discipline, Positive Discipline, Elementary School Counselor, Elementary Schools, Perfect Attendance Certificate, Parent Coaching

Take Time for Training: A 3-Step Process

by Dr. Kelly Gfroerer and Dr. Jane Nelsen, authors of Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers Book and the Positive Discipline Teacher Tool Cards When I was an elementary school counselor and first tried to get students involved in class meetings, we were not successful. I thought the students just weren't ready; but it was me who wasn't ready. I didn't have a step-by-step plan for teaching the skills for class meetings, and I didn't understand that it would take time for the kids to practice…

An agreement isn't an agreement unless it involves at least two people. Practical Parenting, Co Parenting, Parenting Magazine, Perfect Attendance Certificate, Behavior Modification, Step Kids, Positive Discipline, Peaceful Parenting, Parent Resources

Follow Through in the Classroom

A Positive Discipline Teacher Tool Card If you say it, mean it, and if you mean it, follow through. The key is to be kind and firm at the same time. “What was our agreement? So, what do you need to do now?” “I know it is hard to experience the consequences of your choices. I’ll bet you learned a lot from this.” “We’ll keep our agreement until we have time to come up with a new one that works better.” When an agreement isn’t working, see the “Agreements” tool card to make a new one. Success…

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Encouragement vs Praise for Teachers

So, what is the difference between encouragement and praise? Praise teaches dependency on external feedback (I'm “okay” if you like what I do, and I feel badly if you don't like what I do), while encouragement teaches internal validation, (I use self-evaluation to determine how I feel about what I do). When you praise students you put the spotlight on the student and when you walk away you take the spotlight with you. When you encourage students, your words go much deeper and hopefully stir…

Research has shown that a connection at school is the primary factor for academi. - Research has shown that a connection at school is the primary factor for academic achievement. Parenting Books, Parenting Teens, Parenting Advice, Natural Parenting, Discipline Quotes, Positive Discipline, Perfect Attendance Certificate, Toddler Teacher, Behavior Management

Connection Before Correction for Teachers

by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Dr. Kelly Gfroerer Research has shown that a connection at school is the primary factor for academic achievement. Connection before correction is the best way to encourage behavior change. Examples: CONNECTION: Validate feelings,“I see you are frustrated and angry.” CORRECTION: “It is okay to feel what you feel, but it is not okay to hit. What else could you do?” CONNECTION: Verbalize caring,“I care about what you have to say.” CORRECTION: “Let’s find time to sit…

Why dont children keep their agreements? Could it be that sometimes parents and teachers say This is what we are going to do. Do you agree? Behavior Contract, Behavior Management, Toddler Discipline, Positive Discipline, Teacher Tools, Teacher Humor, Perfect Attendance Certificate, Social Emotional Development, Developmental Delays

Agreements - A Positive Discipline Tool Card

Why don’t children keep their agreements? Could it be that sometimes parents and teachers say, “This is what we are going to do. Do you agree?” When the question is asked in an authoritarian manner that doesn’t leave room for discussion, children often shrug in agreement, which really means, “Sure, I’ll agree to get you off my back, but I don’t really agree.” Involvement=Cooperation Children will usually keep their agreements when they have been respectfully involved in creating the…

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What Does a Positive Discipline Class Meeting Look Like?

by Jane Nelsen, co-author of Positive Discipline in the Classroom Many teachers use circle time, morning meetings, or what they may call class meetings. Most of these meetings are “teacher generated.” In other words, the teacher decides what should be discussed or follows a program with suggested topics designed to teach children about these topics. Positive Discipline class meetings are designed to be “student generated,” and to “focus on solutions,” meaning that it is the students who put…

When students feel their teachers care, students are more likely to be engaged in learning and less likely to seek negative attention or engage in power struggles.

Schedule Special Time With Your Students

by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Dr. Kelly Gfroerer Scheduling special time is one way to create a connection with students. When teachers take even just a few minutes to greet students as they come in the door, show concern for students’ problems, or take time for a little one-on-one instruction, the results can be profound. When students feel their teachers care, students are more likely to be engaged in learning and less likely to seek negative attention or engage in power struggles because their…

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Involve Students in Creating Class Guidelines

by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Dr. Kelly Gfroerer Imagine you are a student on the first day of school, and the teacher presents some pre-established rules for classroom behavior. Does this excite you, or do you listen with boredom? Now imagine you are a student on the first day of school, and the teacher says, "I need the help of everyone to create guidelines for behavior in our classroom that are respectful and encouraging for everyone. Let's brainstorm for ideas?" What are you thinking and…