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Title: The Canter Model


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The Canter Model
Lee Canter
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Lee Canter
  • Researched Assertive Discipline
  • Wrote Multiple Books in Classroom Management
  • Research and ideas about Assertive Discipline has
    been around since the early to mid 70s

3
Canter Model
  • Based on thousands of hours of observing
    effective teachers
  • Discovered that Assertive Discipline helps
    teachers teach and students learn
  • Marlene Canter help in research and development
    of model
  • Developed both principles and step of
    implementation

4
Principles of Model
  • Teachers should insist on responsible Behavior
  • Failure to teach comes from poor class control
  • Firm control maintained humanely is liberating.
  • Teachers have basic rights as educators

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Principles of Model Cont.
  • Students have basic rights as learners
  • Teachers must clearly states the expectations,
    consistently apply the consequences, and never
    violates the best interests of the pupils
  • The assertive teacher is more effective than the
    nonassertive or the hostile teacher

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Assertive Discipline
  • Stating and teaching expectations early
  • Persistence in stating expectations and wishes
  • Use of a clear, calm, firm voice and eye contact
  • Use of non-verbal gestures that support the
    verbal statements
  • Influencing student behavior without threats or
    shouting
  • Broken record technique

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Steps of Assertive Discipline
  • Recognize and remove roadblocks to assertive
    discipline
  • Practice the use of assertive response styles
  • Learning to set limits
  • Learning to follow through on limits
  • Implementing a system of positive assertions

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Advantages and Strengths
  • Develop good class control
  • Student expectations are clearly stated
  • Rules and limitations are also clearly stated
  • Helps build classroom respect
  • Positive, caring, and productive classroom
    environment

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Disadvantages and Weaknesses
  • With out student/teacher respect model will not
    work
  • Teaching style may not fit the needs of all
    students
  • Can be a bad way to start off the year
  • Teachers can become over controlling

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Example
  • Teacher "Vince, you have work to do. Get away
    from that window and sit in your seat."
  • Student "But I want to see the cop give that guy
    a ticket."
  • Teacher "I understand, but I want you to sit
    down now."
  • Student "'Just one minute, OK?"
  • Teacher "'No, Vince, I want you to sit down
    now.
  • Student "Aw, OK."
  • If student does not obey after third time, then
    consequences should be placed into action

11
Canter and what we have learned
  • Classroom management is important to providing a
    productive learning environment
  • Students safety is most important
  • Students need to know and understand what is
    expected of them and what is required of them

12
Opinion
  • Model can be very beneficial in classroom
    management
  • Not for all teachers
  • Teachers must stick to their word to not lose
    creditability with students

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Links
  • http//www.humboldt.edu/tha1/canter.html
  • http//www.garysturt.free-online.co.uk/classman.ht
    m
  • http//www.brains.org/classroom_management.htm
  • http//drwilliampmartin.tripod.com/classm.html
  • http//maxweber.hunter.cuny.edu/pub/eres/EDSPC715_
    MCINTYRE/AssertiveDiscipline.html
  • http//www.math4lions.com/ePortfolio/canter.htm
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