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    Therefore, the nurse will use an assertive communication style which is an open, honest, direct while valuing others and confident to make her points. It also respects other individuals view and a win-win situation. The RN uses this skill for problem-solving. Verbally speak calmly, clearly and directly to the patient and nonverbally by maintaining face to face interaction by standing or sitting and maintain eye contact and be in control of the situation The RN should be assertive and sensitive, show empathy

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    Introduction I specifically remember the day that I changed my college major from pre-pharmacy to secondary education. I remember telling my friends and family of my new plans. I received many wishes and also many laughs. When I explain to people that I am an education major, I often get this reply, “Today’s generation of children can’t be controlled and I would never be a teacher”. This may be true, but as the ecological classroom management models show us that there are ways to create effective

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    This allows the speaker to get his or her point across and leaves the lines of communication open for the listener to respond. After all, assertiveness is a positive quality not to be confused with aggressiveness; rather, the goal of being assertive is to stand up for yourself while still showing respect for the other person. This is best done by using “I-messages,” expressing your own feelings, showing empathy, and suggesting ways to resolve the issue that benefits both parties (DeVito 121)

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    pulls elements from three different models-assertive discipline, CHAMPS, and capturing kids’ hearts. The main goal of the assertive discipline model is to put the teacher in charge of the classroom. However, teachers are also expected to treat students as their allies in the learning experience. Although there are elements of assertive discipline that I do not agree with, my idea of discipline in the classroom aligns best with this model. When using assertive discipline, the teacher decides on the

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    NAJMA KASSIM September 27, 2014 EDU 450 Mr. Hensley EDU-450 Classroom Management Models Harry Wong’s Effective Classroom Strengths: This model has very clear set of rules such as what to say and goals to keep in order for the teacher to be successful in her teaching. Weaknesses: This model I believe has more focus on the success of the teacher rather than the needs of the students. Quotes: “The single greatest effect on student achievement is not race, it is not poverty — it is

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    A good rule of thumb to remember is to always own your own feelings in your communication (Block & Negrine, 2017). Current Situation- Assertive There are many reasons why people may act and respond in a non-assertive way. When people are not assertive they can suffer from a loss of confidence and self-esteem, which is more likely to make them less assertive in the future. People who were getting assertiveness right often mistakenly viewed themselves as pushing too hard and felt that they had crossed

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    Assertive Communication: Part A What happened? On August 25 2017, around 3pm I started to ring my associate teacher for arrangement visits. One of the teacher answered. After introducing myself, what institution I came from, I proceeded to talk about my associate teacher, I questioned her and said “Can I talk to Katrina?” That moment I felt awkward, start to make apology and end the call, when she said there’s no Katrina here. I supposed to say then Catherine. After checking and re-checking the

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    The Assertive Discipline Model is a model that comes under the Management Theories. The two main theorises behind this model if discipline are Lee and Marlene Carter, the husband and wife duo have put thousands of hours research into helping perfect this model (Allen, 1996). They see the Assertive Discipline Model as being an approach that is direct and positive; it allows the teachers to teach and

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    in a successful classroom management plan. Lee Canter’s assertive discipline model is likely most often used in classrooms where the teacher operates under a legitimate authority base. While studies show that students learn best in classrooms where teachers display efferent or expert authority bases, I believe that there is some definite value in using a legitimate authority base when it comes to class discipline and management. The assertive discipline model encourages teachers to be proactive and

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    Introduction: Case Study There are many different misbehaviors that a teacher may encounter from his or her students if an effective classroom management plan is not put in place at the beginning of a new school term or year. Canter’s assertive discipline is based mainly on fair rules and negative consequences (Ellis, David W. 1995). The implementation of an effective plan will cut down on off-task behaviors and will make way for more time to be spent on promotion of a stimulating learning

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