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Unformatted text preview: classrooms, their points are taken away. • Time-out is removing the student from reinforcement. The general rule for time-out is one minute for each year of the student’s age. For example, a 5-year old would have a 5 minute time out. Parent Involvement • Document phone calls home. Have separate sheets for each student and write down the date of the phone calls and what the conversation was about. • When calling a parent about a student, tell the parent on what you saw rather than reading in between the lines or making assumptions about their behavior. Traditional Discipline • Alternative discipline strategies: administrators can cut deals with students. For example, the principal and tell the student that they wont punish the student of the student can show the principal that he/she can behave appropriately for the next week....
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- Fall '10
- Psychology, 5-year, 5 minute, Emotional Disturbance Rule-outs