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    • Canter and Canter Classroom Behaviour Management Assertive Discipline Model
    • Lee Canter and Marlene Canter spent years in educational research and wrote a few books On classroom and behaviour management .
    • Assertive Discipline Assertive Discipline is a direct and positive approach to make it possible for the teacher to teach and the students to learn. It has evolved since the mid 70's from an authoritarian approach to a more democratic and cooperative approach.
    • The Canter Model
      • Key Principles.
        • Responsible behaviour
        • Classroom Control
        • Teachers have basic rights as educators
        • Students have basic rights as learners
        • Clear expectations and consequences
        • Assertiveness rules
      • Non Assertive Teacher :
      • One in which the teacher is passive
      • Expectations are vague
      • No solid leadership is provided.
      • Inconsistent in response .
      • Hostile Teacher:
      • Typically uses an aversive approach- shouting,
      • threats and sarcasm.
      • Views the classroom as him or her versus the students.
      • AssertiveTeacher :
      • Clear expectations
      • Explains to the students what behavior is unacceptable and acceptable.
      • Clear consequences
    • Implementing Assertiveness
      • Recognize and remove roadblocks
      • Practice the use of assertive response styles
      • Learning to set limits
      • Learning to follow through on limits.
      • Implementing a system of positive assertions
    • SUMMARY The Canter model emphasizes stating rules/expectations clearly, applying positive consequences when expectations are met and negative consequences when they are not met, and being assertive rather than passive or hostile.  
    • Bibliography www.maxweber.hunter.cuny.edu www.humboldt.edu www.search.barnesandnoble.com www.solution-tree.com www.harpercollins.com