Win-Win Discipline by Spencer Kagan
Win, Win Discipline model
These structures are the results of years of research conducted by Dr. Kagan, observing and manipulating the "interaction patterns" of children in different situations. In fact, Kagan has been studying cooperation since and claims that—to a great extent—human behavior is influenced directly by situation. Kagan claims that the way a traditional classroom is structured pits students against each other: specifically, when one student answers a question incorrectly, other students are secretly happy because that means they have a chance for recognition. Aggression 2. Breaking rules 3.
We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you! Published by Beverley Rodgers Modified over 3 years ago. Spencer Kagan Dr. Spencer Kagan is an internationally acclaimed researcher, presenter and author of over books, chapters, and scientific journal articles.
Win-Win Discipline Strategies for All Discipline Problems Dr. Spencer Kagan, Patricia Kyle & Sally Scott (All Grades) Win-Win Discipline is the single most.
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Kagan Professional Development has been providing courses in Win-Win Discipline for several years now. We've been receiving more questions about the course and the forthcoming book, Win-Win Discipline: Solutions for All Discipline Problems. This article gives a brief overview of some of the key concepts in Win-Win Discipline and how the approach aligns with the Kagan philosophy of education. Win-Win Discipline is an effective approach to classroom discipline. Let me clarify: Students have basic needs. We all do! There are three probable ways these basic needs play out in the classroom: 1 students' needs are being met and they are not posing a discipline problem; 2 students' needs are not being met, but they are handling their needs in a mature and responsible way; or 3 students' needs are not being met and they act out and become a discipline problem.