Teaching with Love and Logic Taking Control of the Classroom

ISBN-10: 0944634486

ISBN-13: 9780944634486

Edition: 1995

Authors: Jim Fay, David Funk

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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Love & Logic Institute, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 398
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Preface
How Does Love and Logic Work?
The Purpose of Love and Logic
A Master Makes it Look Easy
Creating a Higher Standard of Behavior
Great Educators Are Experimenters
Confronting the Myths About Discipline
To Warn or Not to Warn
Immediate Consequences vs. Delayed Consequences
Do Students Need to Like Their Teachers?
Relationship-Building Experiment
The Three Rules of Love and Logic
People Learn from Their Own Decisions
Use Enforceable Limits
Provide Choices Within Limits
Apply Consequences with Empathy
Finding Time for Love and Logic Discipline
Dealing with Discipline on Your Own Terms
Short, Sweet Interactions
Dealing with Kids Who Feed off Each Other
Discipline and Control
Norms Teachers Must Face
Other Factors That Affect Discipline
Internalized Control vs. External Enforcement
The Source or the Symptom?
Perception and Behavior
Our Perception Is Our Reality
Self-Worth and the Desire to Avoid Pain
Our Field of Awareness
Our Sphere of Influence
Changing Behavior in the Classroom
Principles vs. Systems
The Philosophy of Discipline
Teaching Without a Thermostat
Consistent Reactions or Consistent Outcomes?
The Only Rule You Need
The Four Key Principles of Love and Logic
Principle 1: The Enhancement of Self-Concept
Why is Self-Concept at an All-Time Low?
Who We Believe We Are
The Role of Implied Messages
The Role of Achievement
Principle 2: Shared Control
From Intimidation to Manipulation
From Control to Cooperation
Choices Within Limits
Avoiding the Cycle of Defiance
Principle 3: Consequences with Empathy
Making the Decision to Change
The Difference Between Consequences and Punishment
Guidelines for Administering Consequences
Principle 4: Shared Thinking
Thinking: Who Does All the Work?
The Power of Induced Thinking
Trials over Time
Anchoring and the Bias Effect
Developing the Attitude of Relearning
Realities and Myths
Styles of Teaching
Helicopters, Drill Sergeants, and Consultants
Raising the Odds for Student Learning
The Road to Achievement
The Joy of Accomplishment
Legal Considerations
The Bottom Line
Educational Malpractice
Compelling State Interests
Protection from Liability
Implementing School Discipline: Systems vs. Principles
The Systems Approach
Systems Are Difficult to Maintain
The Principles Approach
Implementing Change
Keeping the Process Alive
Walled Lake Central High School One School's Approach to Love and Logic
Self-Esteem Planning Phase
Developing and Practicing the Plan
Putting the Plan into Action
Classroom Solutions Through Love and Logic Interventions
Breaking the Emotional Spell
Getting Them to Fall in Love with You
The Evil Eye
Moving in on the Student
Proximity
Eye Contact and the "No" head-shake
Let's Talk About This Later
Can You Save That? Thanks
Changing Location
Is This the Right Place for That?
"I" Messages
Enforceable Statements
Providing Choices
Removing Student to Time-Out
Evaluating Time-Out
Use of the Building Administrator
Giving an Appointment
Creating a New Plan
Applying Consequences
Informational Letters
Systematic Suspension
Love and Logic Experiments, Charts, and Tips
Love and Logic Charts
Turn Your Words Into Gold
Our Field of Awareness/Our Sphere of Influence
The Two Basic Philosophies of Discipline
The Cycle of Defiance
Guidelines for Student/Teacher Interactions
Guidelines for Avoiding Control Battles
Guidelines for Utilizing Consequences in the Classroom
Love and Logic Tips
Dealing with Power Struggles
How to Destroy the Teaching Value of a Logical Consequence
Rules for Giving Choices
Consequences with Empathy
Guiding Students to Solve Their Own Problems
Using Negative Assertion
Using Negative Assertion and Broken Record
Gaining Control by Giving Some Away
Thinking Words and Fighting Words
Choices vs. Threats
Possible Choices in the Classroom
Punishment vs. Discipline
Four Steps to Responsibility
Styles of Teaching
Affordable Price Tags
A Core of Beliefs
When Consequences Don't Work
Setting Limits
Better Ways to Say "No"
Supportive Theory and Research for Teaching With Love and Logic
Research and Readings
References
Index
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