Posts Tagged Additional Concepts

Module 47: An Administrator’s View

This module explains administrative backup when a student is sent to the office.

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Module 48: Commitment, PBIS, & Classroom Meetings

This module asks an interesting question and emphasizes the necessity of commitment for success. The module includes how using Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) can be used with Discipline Without Stress. The reflection piece concludes with other chapters of the education book not covered in this seminar, the importance of classroom meetings, and how to obtain the hardbound version of the book, “Discipline Without Stress® Punishments or Rewards: How Teachers and Parents Promote Responsibility & Learning” at a considerable discount.

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Module 49: Punished by Rewards & Implementing PBIS

This module shows how students who complete all requirements but do not receive the expected reward perceive using rewards as punishment. PBIS is further discussed and how this approach can still be used with Discipline Without Stress—even though the former depends on external motivation while the latter uses internal motivation.

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Module 50: Understanding Rewarding

This module discusses rewards as incentives, as acknowledgments, and for their use with expected standards of behavior. A letter is shared by an elementary school principal about rewarding students for getting good grades.

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Module 51: Rewards, Praise, & Acknowledgements

This module discusses how grades can be good incentives if the student is interested in achieving good grades. The module also explains the difference between praise and acknowledgements.

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Module 52: Acknowledgement vs. Praise

This module shares a letter by a school principal on the subject.

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Module 53: Employment, Rewards, & Punishments

This module explains the difference between rewards as bribes and salary from employment. The module explains how rewards and punishments are two sides of the same coin. It also explains appropriate uses of punishments and the difference between using imposed punishments for adults and young people. The theory behind punishments is explained and suggests a more effective approach than using punishments or rewards.

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Module 54: Closing Thoughts & University Credit

This module completes the eLearning seminar. It explains your biggest challenge for implementing what has been learned and how to overcome the challenge. The reflection section gives an overview of the seminar, the importance of teacher’s influence, and some concluding thoughts.

Upon completion of the eLearning course, Brandman University—one of the most popular and highest rated online universities—is offering to grant 1, 2, or 3 professional development credits (semester units).   A minimum of 15 hours is required for each unit of  credit. The university fee is $90 per credit.

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