Understanding DWD

Discipline with Dignity: A Classroom Behavioral Model by Richard Curwin and Allen Mendler

“Discipline with Dignity focuses on long-term behavioral change, rather than quick fixes. Instead of basing the model on obedience, Curwin and Mendler have chosen to base the model on responsibility. Consequently, Discipline with Dignity is not founded on rewards and punishments but on values – the idea of learning right from wrong in any setting, not just school.

Curwin and Mendler have twelve guidelines for effectively utilizing Discipline with Dignity in your classroom.”

Read the full article here.

~ by Omaira on December 11, 2012.

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