Positive Discipline in the Classroom
This two-day interactive workshop is designed for teachers, counselors, school staff and administrators who want an effective discipline approach that integrates social and emotional learning while reducing challenging student behaviors. Attendees will earn recognition as a Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator and will learn to:
- Develop a large teaching toolbox of kind and firm discipline approaches.
- Establish explicit classroom structures and procedures.
- Create an equitable classroom community based on mutual respect.
- Understand the motivation behind students' misbehavior and how to encourage positive change.
- Facilitate effective class meetings teaching social skills and problem-solving.
- Learn Positive Discipline/Adlerian Psychology for use in the classroom and school community.
This Workshop provides professional development for Educators to use Positive Discipline in their school or classroom setting. There is an Advanced Training Track that is required to facilitate Positive Discipline in the Classroom activities with teachers or other school staff. For more information about Advanced Training, email email@example.com
. There is also an Overview of Training and Certification at https://positivediscipline.org/certification-overview
Materials Included in the Workshop
Positive Discipline in the Classroom, The Revised 4th Edition Book: Completely revised, this edition provides more non-punitive strategies to create a classroom where students are learning self-discipline, responsibility, mutual respect, and problem-solving skills.
Teachers' Guide: This is the practical manual you've been looking for! The Teachers' Guide is designed to create a respectful classroom and school climate through social emotional learning, character education and effective discipline. It provides short, simple, clear lesson plans that you can easily integrate into your daily curriculum.
Leaders' Guide: This Guide includes some of the activities you will do during the 2-day PDC so that you can later review what you have done and learned from them. It will also serve you well if you decide to pursue advanced training to qualify you to teach adults. As you become more proficient with PD in your classroom, you might select a few of these activities to share with your own staff in order to encourage them to seek PD training.
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