Conscious Discipline Building Resilient Classrooms Expanded & Updated Edition Paperback –
by Dr. Becky A. Bailey -2015
Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Classrooms is the foundational book for Conscious Discipline. It revolutionizes the classroom approach to social-emotional learning by addressing the adult's skill set and internal states first, and then empowering the adult to teach and model these skills with children.
Creative Answers to Misbehavior: Getting Out of the Ignore-Nag-Yell-Punish Cycle (Family Power Series)
by John F Taylor (Author) Paperback – 1992
Discipline That Lasts a Lifetime
Dr. Ray Guarendi
Do it Right! A Positive Guide for Discipline & Guidance
Marilyn Appelbaum, PhD, 73 pgs.
The difference between discipline and punishment. Discipline checklist, needs of children, reasons children misbehave, specific behaviors, positive discipline, prevention techniques.
How To Talk So Kids Will Listen
M. Applebaum, 1995, 70 pgs.
Tools to help children follow directions and listen yet foster their self-esteem at the same time. This book fosters that “energy exchange” called communication between people.
The Incredible 5-Point Scale
An effective system of charting and rating feelings to help prevent emotional disruptions in the classroom.
Parent's Guide to Positive Behavior Support
D. Owens, 1999, 45 pgs.
Positive approaches to dealing with challenging behavior. Concrete methods including those to recognize stress and teach consequences.
Positive Discipline in the Classroom
Nelsen, Lott, Glenn, 1997, 210 pgs.
Effective strategy for restoring order and civility to today's turbulent classrooms.
Self-Esteem & Conflict-Solving Activities (Grades 4-8)
Beth Teolis, 1996, 298 pgs.
Over 100 step-by-step lessons and activities to build students' security, friendships, positive identity and competence plus goal setting and conflict solving skills.
Social Behavior Mapping Paperback
by Edited by Michelle Garcia Winner -2007
Michelle developed the SBM as a cognitive behavior strategy to teach individuals about the specific relationship between behaviors, other's perspective, other's actions (consequences), and the student's own emotions about those around him or her.