Behavior Management Strategies

1085 Words Jun 25th, 2018 5 Pages
1.Different schools of thought provide perspectives on behavior and behavior management. Chapter 1, Basic Concepts of Behavior and Behavior Management, presented an overview of behavioral, psychological, and sociological approaches to behavior management. Compare two of these approaches and explain how their perspectives are similar or different with regard to behavior, behavior problems, discipline, attitude, responsibility, and consequences.
This candidate believes that the behavioral approach and the psychoanalytic approaches have a few similarities and differences, when it comes to behavior management. “Why do people behave the way they do” is a statement that this candidate has pondered upon, prior to this class. (Zirpoli,2008). The
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He still continues to act out, but we will not give up on this student.
3. One of a teacher’s responsibilities is to create a safe and orderly environment for his/her students. Ensuring this type of environment is likely to require disciplining students from time to time. Referring to Chapter 2, Legal Considerations for Schools, describe two or more legal mandates with regard to disciplining students. Then explain how these mandates are similar to or different from legal considerations for students with disabilities.
According to Zirpoli, “The teaching staff and administrators have the authority to not only to teach, but to also guide and discipline their student (2008). This candidate believes that it is the teacher’s job to set standards and expectations for students, thus providing a good learning environment. This candidate understands that there are no perfect classrooms and that this candidate would have work with various personalities. This candidate also believes that teachers must be prepared to provide fair and reasonable discipline to their students. “Teachers have a duty to see that school order is maintained by requiring students to obey reasonable rules and commands, respect the rights of others, and behave in an appropriate manner.” (Zirpoli, 2008). This mandate states that there are responsibilities of the students. This candidate believes that it is important for
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