Think WinWin: You Can Handle Them All

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Think WinWin: You Can Handle Them All

  1. 1. WinWin Discipline: You Can Handle Them All Think WinWin
  2. 2. “It takes a whole village to raise a child” …..African Proverb • Whole School Social skills Program • Peer Support/ Student Leadership • Whole School Student Recognition Programs • Whole School Discipline Program
  3. 3. “Design it and they will learn…” Guest Speakers: Lacombe Upper Elementary School • Peer Support/Conflict Mediation/Student Leadership • Class Meetings “Discipline is the actions teachers take to increase student success” (Charles, 1980)
  4. 4. You Can Handle Them All Non-Verbal/Verbal Interventions http://disciplinehelp.com/
  5. 5. To build a good classroom management plan, you will need the right tools Be Proactive
  6. 6. 1. Let it go. Leave a situation in which resolution probably won’t occur. 2. Apologize. Say, “I’m sorry…”, which doesn’t necessarily mean that you said or did anything wrong. 3. Give In. Decide it’s not worth the bother and “give in” to the other person’s position. 4. Share Responsibility. Admit your contribution to the problem while the other person does the same. 5. Ask for Help. Seek help from a trusted person when individual efforts have failed. 6. Postpone. Agree to wait for a better time to handle the conflict. 7. Talk it Out. Keep asking each other questions to gain a better understanding of the different ways people view the conflict. 8. Compromise. Agree to give up something in order to get something. All involved parties do the same. 9. Chance. Choose a technique such as flipping a coin or picking a number between 1 and 10 to settle a dispute.
  7. 7. WinWin Discipline: You Can Handle Them All ….The Choice is Yours Working INteractively, Winning INdependently Choose Discipline over Punishment Choose Solutions over Problems Choose WinWin over LoseLose

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