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Title: The Canter Model


1
The Canter Model Assertive Discipline
By Jess Beasley Amy Rupert Jenny Brusgard Spring
2007
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Assertive Discipline
The Canters talk about 3 response styles a
teacher can have. 1. Nonassertive…….Agents 2.
Hostile…………..Paparazzi 3. Assertive………..Famous
people
It is a direct and positive approach to make it
possible for the teacher to teach and the
students to learn more effectively. It helps
teachers interact with students in a calm helpful
consistent manner.
3
Principles of Canter Model
Teachers should insist on responsible behaviors.
Teaching the students what is expected early in
the school year.
Teachers and students both have basic rights as
educators and learners.
Use a clear calm voice and use eye contact to
extinguish negative behavior. Use non-verbal
gestures that support verbal statements.
Influencing student behavior without threats or
shouting and practice being a broken record.
Repeat the message everytime the student tries to
argue, rather than escalation into an argument.
4
Consequences
Not only do teachers need negative consequences
but they also need positive ones!
Recognition Privileges Tangible Rewards
5
Case Study 1
Christina is docile in class. She is not social
with the other students in the class and does not
cause disruptions in class. Despite the teachers
best efforts she will not complete her
assignments. The teacher observes that she is
not putting forth any effort at all.
How would the Canters deal with Christina?
6
Solution
The Canters would advise the teacher to quietly
and clearly inform Christina of the classroom
expectations. Next, the teacher would redirect
her behavior to on task behavior and talk to her
independently about why she is not completing her
work. When the teacher observes Christina
completing her work they should provide personal
recognition to build a bond of care and trust.
7
Case Study 2--Paparazzi
Sara is a very pleasant student that participates
in classroom lessons. Most of the time she
completes her work but sometimes she does not.
During the day she can not seem to refrain from
talking to all her classmates. The teacher has
to repeatedly stop the lesson to get her to quiet
down and often looses his temper.
How would the Canters deal with Sara?
8
Case Study 3-- Agents
Joshua is louder and larger than all of his
classmates and always seems to have to be the
center of attention. He is always being the
class clown and uses intimidation and goofing off
to get the attention. He makes sarcastic remarks
to the teacher as will as utters sound effects
like gunshots, car crashes throughout the lesson.
He makes limitless put-downs and remarks to his
classmates and they will not stand up to him
because of his size and verbal aggression.
How would the Canters deal with Joshua?
9
Case Study 4-- Famous People
Tom has appeared to be in his usual foul mood and
on the way to sharpening his pencil he bumped
into Frank. Frank complained about being bumped
into and Tom yelled at him loudly to Shut Up.
The teacher says to Tom, Tom, go back to your
seat. Then Tom turned around and loudly yells
Ill go when Im damned good and ready!
How would the Canters deal with Tom?
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