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Dr. Dreikurs presentation - AW

  1. 1. Adrienne Woolley
  2. 2. As a social being, each child wants to BELONG. His BEHAVIOR indicates the ways and means by which he tries to be significant(Dreikurs, Maintaining Sanity in the Classroom, p. 12).
  3. 3.  Respects rights of others. Is tolerant of others. Is interested in others. Co-operates with others. Encourages others. Is courageous. Has a true sense of own worth. Has a feeling of belonging. Has socially acceptable goals. Puts forth genuine effort. Willing to share rather than thinking “How much can I get?” “We” rather than “I”
  4. 4. Goal 1: Attention-Getting – Seeks proof of his approvalor status. Will cease when reprimanded or given attention.Goal 2: Power – Similar to destructive attention getting, butmore intense. Wants to be the boss. Reprimand intensifiesmisbehavior.Goal 3: Revenge – Does things to hurt others. Makes selfhated. Retaliates.Goal 4: Display of Inadequacy – Assumes real orimagined deficiency to safeguard oneself. Showshopelessness.
  5. 5. CooperationEncouragementConsequences
  6. 6. A cooperative person… is free to be concerned with others as friends, neighbors, and classmates rather than as competitors does not waste energy thinking about winning or losing treats everyone with mutual respect has the courage to be imperfect
  7. 7. Teachers should:  Commend effort.  Separate the deed from the doer.  Build on strengths not weaknesses.How is praise different from  Avoid discouragement. encouragement?  Work for improvement not perfection.
  8. 8. Using logical consequencesin your classroom:1. Evaluate the goal ofmisbehavior.2. Provide interventions basedon the goal.3. Impose a natural or logicalconsequence when rules arebroken or misbehavior occurs.4. Build community in theclassroom by helping studentsconnect to each other and toyou.
  9. 9.  Dreikurs, R., and & Cassel, P. (1990). Discipline without tears, 2nd edition. New York, NY: Dutton. Dreikurs, R., Grunwald, B.B., & Pepper, F.C. (1971). Maintaining sanity in the classroom: Illustrated teaching techniques. New York, NY: Harper & Row, Publishers. Hardin, C. J. (2011). Effective classroom management: Models and strategies for today’s classroom, 3rd edition. Retrieved from http://education.ucsb.edu/webdata/instruction/ed395bf/ Management/LP4_Cognitive_Systems_Mangement/Dreikurs.PDF New World Encyclopedia. (2008). Rudolf Dreikurs. Retrieved from http://www.newworld encyclopedia.org/entry/Rudolf_Dreikurs Wikibooks. (2012). Classroom management theorists and theories/Rudolf Dreikurs. Retrieved from http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Classroom_Management_Theorists _and_Theories/ Rudolf_Dreikurs
  10. 10.  Slide 2 - http://ww2.odu.edu/~eneukrug/therapists/Dreikurs.html Slide 7 - http://en.wikinoticia.com/lifestyle/psychology/76237- behaviour-children--work-team Slide 8 - http://www.ehow.com/list_7397671_formative-assessment- instruments.html Slide 9 - http://www.schoolatoz.nsw.edu.au/wellbeing/health/speech- problems Slide 10 - http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/User:Starstuff/Snape_draft http://www.ew.com/ew/gallery/0,,20300978_20505294_20980220,00.html http://brossellsprouts.blogspot.com/2011_02_01_archive.html

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