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Discipline in the Classroom
Discipline in the classroom is more than a set of rules or a code of conduct. It is not a punishment, but the development of self-control and teamwork. Discipline is a set of tools that a teacher uses to create and maintain a calm and orderly, yet dynamic and lively, climate where teaching and learning can occur. This climate is based on a deep understanding of the characteristics and needs of students; recognition of how they learn; a relationship of caring, respect, and trust; use of effective instructional strategies; and a solid repertoire of management techniques. The goal of discipline should be to change students’ understanding of themselves and others, as well as their behavior, so that problems do not develop. Many of the behaviors that students exhibit (particularly young students) are perfectly normal—a result of their developmental level, their lack of social experience, and their normal brain function. Students and teachers should work as a team to stop problem behaviors that might become disruptive. The foundation of good discipline rests on positive personal connections to students. When students feel a connection to their teachers in an atmosphere of trust and respect, they learn more and behave better. Simple practices