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WSU HD 341 - Ch. 4 Guidance in the Classroom

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HD 341 1st Edition Lecture 7Outline of Last Lecture I. Mistaken BehaviorII. Relational PatternsIII. Three Levels of Mistaken BehaviorIV. Understanding Mistaken BehaviorOutline of Current Lecture II. Professionals vs TechniciansIII. Positive RelationshipsIV. Solution OrientationV. Liberation TeachingVI. Family InvolvementCurrent LectureGuidance in the ClassroomProfessional or Technician?The professional teacher:- uses diagnostic skills to assess situationso need to be grounded in understanding development and context- makes ongoing hypotheses and takes action based on the hypotheses- learns from experienceThe teacher as a technician:- follows specific rules in predetermined, inflexible wayso typically any random person who is given rules to followProfessional- teacher as a leader - mediatoro with-it-ness you know what is going on in the classroom and preparedo not an authoritarian- teachers learn as they teach empowering healthy development and professional growthPositive Teacher-Child Relationships- discipline systemsThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.o names on the board, etc- labeling- “i don’t like that kid”- developmentally inappropriate practicesUnconditional Positive Regard- engage in one-to-one interactions with children- face-to-face interaction- use a pleasant, calm voice and simple language- provide warm, responsive physical contacto every student needs to have physical contact with their studentso there is a lot of resistance to this, but early years require children to be cuddled and hugged, also help in the bathroomo gentle, kind, affirming touch- acknowledge children for their accomplishments and efforto 1:6 ratio (for every 1 mistaken behavior you need to praise them 6 times)o positive praise oftenReducing Mistaken Behavior- see conflict as a blessed opportunity for children to practice new skillsSolution Orientation- conflict managemento steps to resolving disputes- guidance talkso save face- class meetingso guidance alternative to group punishmentLiberation Teaching- affirms a child’s sense of belonging, worth and competence- each child deserves this because they are here in your classroom, a member of the learning community- a professional learns while in the midst of teachingo constantly learning and adapting new strategiesFamily Involvement- parents perspectives are role basedo being a parent is hard and there is little preparationo parents are the primary educators of their child we need to acknowledge that and honor parents for that they have the emotional investment in their childo parents at times question their effectivenesso parents have views about acceptable behavior and discipline influenced by their backgrounds more than formal educationo may regard the teacher as a superior who may be unreceptive to efforts of


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