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走圈和沉默的午餐

Walking laps and silent lunch don't work.  Get ideas for alternatives to ineffective consequences.

My classroom is my home away from home. I spend all day there with a whole bunch of kids and I would like it be pleasantJ所以,我很难创造一个没有混乱,压力和不和谐的氛围。

One of the ways I try to do that is to make sure I am not constantly disciplining, intervening, or being interrupted. I use a combination of explicit instruction and practice of routines and procedures, developing relationships with children, and keeping an organized space where the students can help manage materials and themselves.

I have written previous posts on routines and procedures and developing relationships so on to fairness and trust!

公平和信任对课堂上与孩子的关系至关重要。孩子必须能够完全相信我,知道我绝对相信他们。
如果他们要相信我,那么我必须公平,对他们诚实。

发展公平和信任的环境是难以完全量化的课堂目标之一。它并不总是跟随流程图,每个人的情况都不同,所以我必须疯狂地努力让它发生。有些部分是相当简单的,就像对我的孩子诚实一样,当我犯了错误时道歉,并保持他人的尊严。与逻辑后果和一致性等其他部件对掌握更具挑战性。

Logical consequences should be as immediate as possible and the “punishment fits the crime.” So, I will not tell a kid to walk laps or sit out at recess because he threw food at lunch. A more logical consequence would be to clean up after lunch and that may mean he misses some of recess while he’s cleaning. Missing a few minutes of recess because he is cleaning up his mess is much more powerful than just walking laps as punishment.

Throwing out consequences for every infraction usually does not change behavior. Not to say, it doesn't always work. But to what cost?

她的事件发生在我最古老的男孩身上,说明了常规惩罚如何产生怨恨的氛围,这可能导致各种意外后果。
My oldest son is one of those teacher’s dream students who pays attention, has great behavior, gets good grades, follows directions, etc. etc. you get the picture. (I don’t know how I got that child, by the way!)
In fifth grade, he had a teacher who was a big believer in punishment to manage behavior. She handed out punishment for every infraction, the kids lived in fear of her and really didn't like her very much. (Determined from many overheard conversations of the kids at soccer practice.)
但到今年年底,当他的第五grade teacher was clearly done, I got some interesting news – he had refused to walk punishment laps at recess and the teacher sent him to the office! Now, what would drive an over achieving, rule following, teacher pleasing kid who had never been in trouble at school in his life to that kind of behavior?

Let’s back up to that morning. He forgot to get his planner out of his backpack and had to go back to the closet for it. The teacher gave him 5 laps – her designated punishment for forgetting something in the backpack. About an hour later, he got 5 more laps because he asked to go to the bathroom during class. And then, 5 more laps for not having a sharpened pencil.
Recess rolls around and the teacher tells him to walk 15 laps. The playground is huge and 15 laps would have taken him a couple of days of recess to complete. He decided that he had had about enough of the constant fear and punishment and he pushed back. He said, “This isn't fair and I won't do it. I want you to call my parents.”

Wow.
我从来没有想过那个小情景,这个孩子无论如何都尊重他的老师。但我得承认,我有点,不足的骄傲:)
不是他不尊重,但他认识到事情已经失控,倒出了桩的后果是不公平的,他试图为自己站起来。

So my questions are – In what way were his consequences logical? How were those consequences going to help change his behavior?

Was the student/teacher relationship strong, respectful, fair, and honest?
他是否会相信他的老师足够敢于尝试失败?

后果的选择是什么?后果甚至是必要的吗?

她的纪律形式的唯一结果是一个不信任的,怨恨的孩子,一个沮丧的老师,忙碌的校长在她不需要的时候困扰,以及一个高度刺激的父母。

This happened a couple of years ago and he is still an awesome student.
他已经学会了再次信任老师,但他知道哪些真正关心他,哪些人正在打电话。

有时确定最合乎逻辑,尊严保留,一致的后果是艰难的。教师必须一分钟制作一个Gazillion决定,有时会试图制作这些选择。这并不容易,但我相信这是值得的。

I think if walking laps at recess or sitting at silent lunch worked, we wouldn't still be doing it in May. (Oddly enough, the teacher didn't seem to appreciate it when I told her that.JYes, I know, I shouldn't have gone there!)

任何时候我们都是不公平的,不诚实或不值得信任的时候,我们正在提供一个环境如果可能的话,孩子可能不会尝试新事物,因为他们不相信他们会在他们这样做时保持安全。

Most of the time, I don't give consequences for minor everyday things. If it becomes a habit for one or two kids to always forget to put their folder in the basket, then I will come up with a plan to help them remember, not give them consequences for forgetting. If Sam loses his pencil once or twice - no big deal. If he does it everyday, what can I do to help him learn to remember?

Ultimately, I want my kids to learn to do the right thing and be responsible and I don't think punishment is the way to achieve that. I only use consequences when behavior is repeated, negative, and intrusive. And it is easier to determine consequences for those sorts of behaviors.

我试着思考我希望别人如何处理我。如果我忘了一天轮到文书工作,我会喜欢我的校长做些什么?如果我每周不把它打开什么应该发生什么?如果很多教师没有转向文书工作,那应该发生什么?我并不总是搞得它,但我试着公平,并尽可能地靠近右边,因为我每天都可以靠近:)

我将继续努力作为我可以公平和诚实的诚实和值得信赖的,知道我有时会搞砸它,我会有时会弄好(希望更多的时间比我弄错了!)我会尽一切努力创造一个课堂气氛,帮助孩子们感到足够的安全,足以让人能够成功,并且在他们感到冤屈时,能够公开,恭敬地来到我。

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30 comments

  1. 对不起,发生在你的儿子身上。不幸的是,我认为仍然存在这种情况。对课堂行为的其他逻辑后果有哪些?例如,WBT五规则的逻辑后果是什么?我喜欢逻辑后果的想法并试图坚持这一点,但有时候这些想法不在那里。

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    1. 我也使用(修改)WBT规则,我通常不会对破坏这些规则产生后果。我重定向并继续前进。
      If kids are repeatedly breaking a rule, I try to determine why, and how I can help them follow that rule or procedure before I consider consequences.
      I have found that regularly not following rules and procedures is usually a symptom of something bigger.
      But, if after all of that, I am still not getting through to someone, then we'll come up with consequences.
      So, for 'follow directions quickly' - if I have already redirected repeatedly, and tried to determine why the little friend won't do this, then the consequence might be to be removed from the activity so that those who are following directions can fully participate. Or maybe that friend has to complete the activity later when others have some free time.

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  2. 我同意 。。。有时很难想到袖口上的逻辑后果。有些很容易。。。其他人没有那么多。我的学校正在实施敏感的学校技巧,我真的尽我所能始终是公平的。谢谢你的写作!

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  3. 顺便说一下 - 你儿子的老师听起来像一个控制怪胎!我期待我的学生最好的,但真的。。。生活发生了 - 孩子们在背包里忘记了东西,他们必须去洗手间,他们的铅笔突破 - 我想知道她曾经有过什么样的老师会让她像那样运行她的课堂。

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    1. 她真的很乱。当孩子们不做她想要的东西时,她完全弯曲出来,但她从未教导过惯例和程序。我们不得不两次经过它,因为我的中间儿子落后于他的哥哥!
      I feel sorry for her because I am certain that most days are very stressful for her.

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  4. 听起来非常像爱和逻辑。这完全是关于逻辑后果。来自爱情和逻辑的一个有趣的观点是,逻辑后果并不总是必须立即,有时只是因为它很难在那里和那里那里提出一些逻辑的东西。有一段时间思考它或者向别人提出建议,它可以有帮助。在那些情况下,爱和逻辑建议向孩子说“Bummer。我真的不确定我要做什么。我会想到它,并尽快让你知道,但与此同时,你不担心吗。“它有点让他们出汗。:)
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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    1. 爱它!谢谢分享 - 我想我会把它扔进我的伎俩:)

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    2. So...what's the logical and loving consequence for not being prepared for school? (no planner or pencil)

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    3. Do there always have to be consequences? If it becomes a pattern for a certain student, I would try to figure out why and help him overcome that instead of punishing the forgetfulness.

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    4. Tammy that reminds that maybe I should pick up my love and logic book again this summer.

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  5. Thank you for this. You have no idea how much this has helped me as I prepare for the week!

    怀特怀念的教室

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    1. Awww! I'm glad it helped!
      Wishing you a beautiful week:)

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  6. 我同意Tammy,这听起来很像爱情和逻辑。这是一个非常好的提醒,但我也知道,有时候它真的很难找到适当的后果 - 在5月的疯狂的一天,很难找到袖口。有时,当他们的世界失去控制时,教师会黯然失色。我认为我们现在需要的是“如果他们这样做”,那就“做到这一点”!大声笑!
    Lisa Frase

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    1. Yes, May does kind of get to us all, doesn't it:) And we won't even talk about June!

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  7. It makes me so sad when teachers do things like this. A friend of ours has a daughter whose teacher had them run "thinking laps" AS A CLASS when a few students were out of line. Third grade, and she was too scared to even speak.

    不要让老师熬夜
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    1. u刑事惩罚!
      How can kids learn when they are afraid!?

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  8. I realize this is an old post, but I came across it while doing a google search about silent lunches. I wish more teachers were like you!!!

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  9. 喜欢这个博客,特别是这篇文章!谢谢!

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  10. I am so very glad that I stumbled upon your blog. I am going into my first year of teaching and your words are touching my heart. As a 40 year old mother of 2 teenage superheroes, I am a fan of natural consequences and second chances. No one is perfect and I would like to see more adults remember that these Littles are not finished yet. I want to be their cheerleader and guide, rather than their warden.

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  11. I hope I remember to share this post the day after Halloween this year.

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  12. 哦,我如何希望所有老师都像你一样!有些孩子因为家庭环境而行动,感觉就像在学校播出。然后让他们单独走动,坐在等等,必须让他们感到更加呼吸和标记。真正关心孩子和确定为什么的行为是行为是处理纪律的唯一逻辑,富有同情心的方式..

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  13. 哦,我如何希望所有老师都像你一样!有些孩子因为家庭环境而行动,感觉就像在学校播出。然后让他们单独走动,坐在等等,必须让他们感到更加呼吸和标记。真正关心孩子和确定为什么的行为是行为是处理纪律的唯一逻辑,富有同情心的方式..

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  14. 沉默的午餐完全在高中工作。由于各代分午餐拘留,我们的迟到速度下降了75%。

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  15. 我喜欢你的积极性,他们的方式你战略性地去防止行为以阻止行为。我认为以上方面分配的圈子正在采取可能会有用的方式有用的方式太远。只要它不会吞下整个凹槽,凹槽是一个反射腿或两个的好地方,也不会被允许携带到第二天。然而,在某些情况下,当使用这种类型的层时,我的后果替代其后果,这使得老师和/或学生在办公室中丢失教学分钟并在办公室坐在办公室中丢失教学时间。当与宽的奖励系统配对进行积极行为时,它是一个不幸的系统,但是系统的必要部分。我有兴趣听取你的进一步思考。

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  16. 我喜欢你的积极性,他们的方式你战略性地去防止行为以阻止行为。我认为以上方面分配的圈子正在采取可能会有用的方式有用的方式太远。只要它不会吞下整个凹槽,凹槽是一个反射腿或两个的好地方,也不会被允许携带到第二天。然而,在某些情况下,当使用这种类型的层时,我的后果替代其后果,这使得老师和/或学生在办公室中丢失教学分钟并在办公室坐在办公室中丢失教学时间。当与宽的奖励系统配对进行积极行为时,它是一个不幸的系统,但是系统的必要部分。我有兴趣听取你的进一步思考。

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  17. 这让我如此难过,因为我的学校刚刚开始使用锻炼作为惩罚!如果学生没有完成工作,他们必须跑步。如果他们采取行动,他们必须跑步。如果他们是不尊重的,他们必须跑步。好像以某种方式跑步是所有学校问题的治疗!我很遗憾,我学校的学生正在教导运动是惩罚。

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  18. 如果有一个孩子每天对课堂上的其他孩子伤害的孩子怎么办?要么击中或吐痰或嘲笑其他孩子?

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    1. 那个孩子是一个需要额外的课堂管理的额外干预措施。yobet官网他需要具体,可能在外面,干预。但是,那个孩子可能需要比任何人都要回收更多。老实说,无论如何,缺少的休息都不会改变他的行为,所以让他跑步和举动和播放。他可能已经被他的同行排斥了他的行为,而不是让他有任何免费游戏,使其变得更糟。
      你可能不得不哄骗他让他和其他人安全,或者也许为他设定特定的戏剧和空间。我已经为一些孩子做了这一点,所以他们可以播放但没有创造伤害。

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  19. Hi, Just stumbled upon your blog. I was just curious about the demographics of the students you work with?

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    1. 我在一个完整的标题1学校教授170%的免费午餐,很高的不足率,约65%的非洲裔美国人,30%的西班牙裔。

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