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Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers: Alternatives to Rewards and Punishment

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1.  Who are the founders of Positive Discipline?
  1. Fred Jones
  2. Becky Bailey
  3. Jane Nelsen and Lynn Lott
  4. Harry K and Rosemary Wong
2.  What is considered the tip of the Iceberg?
  1. Challenging behaviors
  2. Life skills
  3. Beliefs
  4. Belonging
3.  What is considered a helpful tool for contribution?
  1. Limit Setting
  2. Accountability
  3. Classroom Jobs
  4. Telling
4.  Which is NOT a criteria for Positive Discipline?
  1. Focus on belonging
  2. Effective long term
  3. Behavior change is immediate
  4. Invites feeling capable
5.  Which of the following is true about asking?
  1. Invites resistance
  2. Prevents independent thinking
  3. Prevents critical-thinking skills
  4. Encourages independence
6.  Compared to praise, encouragement invites which of the following?
  1. Self-evaluation
  2. Dependency on others
  3. Approval seeking
  4. Focus on appraisal
7.  To encourage students, what should you focus on?
  1. Effort
  2. Enjoyment
  3. Improvements
  4. All of the above
8.  Which of Dreikurs' four goals of misbehavior often occurs because children don't feel like they belong and feel unnoticed?
  1. Undue attention
  2. Misguided power
  3. Revenge
  4. Assumed inadequacy
9.  Which of Dreikurs' four goals of misbehavior often occurs because children are hurting and need their feelings validated?
  1. Undue attention
  2. Misguided power
  3. Revenge
  4. Assumed inadequacy
10.  Which of the following helps teach group problem-solving skills in class meetings?
  1. Rewards
  2. Time out
  3. Direct instruction
  4. Role play and brainstorming