Chapter 10

Dreikurs social discipline model is based on

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Unformatted text preview: ess of goal setting clearly relates to activities such as shaping, contingency contracting, and self-management. With contingency contracting students are encouraged to set proximal or short-term goals and to meet them (shaping). Self-evaluation involves establishing standards or goals and assessing progress toward meeting those goals. Here is a case where the literature in classroom management and the literature in motivation tend to emphasize the same idea. Students perform better when they are working successfully toward personally important goals. Understanding Misbehavior In addition to helping students set productive and personally helpful goals, you may find need to help students modify or change maladaptive goals. One approach that is useful for identifying maladaptive goals and how to modify them is Rudolf Dreikurs’ Social Discipline Model (Dreikurs & Soltz, 1964; Dreikurs & Cassel, 1990; Dreikurs, 1968; Wolfgang; 1999). Dreikurs’ social discipline model is based on theoretical ideas from Alfred Adler. Ad...
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