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Title: Classroom Management Theorist


1
Classroom Management Theorist
  • LEE CANTER

2
Who is Lee Canter?
  • Lee Canter is president of Lee Canter and
    associates in Santa Monica, California. This was
    founded with his wife, Marlene, in 1976.
  • Canter is an author and motivational speaker on
    how to discipline children in the home and school
    areas.
  • He is presently the author of many books based on
    discipline.

3
Contributions
  • Lee Canter has been a frequent speaker on shows
    such as Oprah, Good morning America, and the
    Today Show.
  • Lee and Marlene used their company to market
    their assertive discipline program.
  • They provided professional development training
    for teachers and materials that could be used for
    them.

4
Books
  • 2009- Assertive Discipline Positive Behavior
    Management for Todays classroom
  • 2009- Classroom Management for Accelerating
    Achievement
  • 2008- Parents on your side a Teachers guide to
    Creating positive relationships with parents
  • 2008- Succeeding with difficult students workbook
    Grades K-12
  • 2005- Classroom Management for Academic Success
  • 2003- Record Book Plus
  • 2002- Lee Canters teaching Responsible Behavior
    Curriculum Guide
  • 2002- Assertive discipline Secondary workbook
    Grades 6-12
  • 2002- Parents on your side 2nd Edition a
    Teachers Guide to creating Positive
    Relationships with Parents
  • 2002- Assertive Discipline Elementary Workbook
    grades K-6
  • 2001- Assertive Discipline 3rd Edition Positive
    Behavior Management for Todays classroom
  • 2001- Parents on your Side

5
Books continued
  • 2001- Assertive discipline Third edition
  • 2001- Teachers plan book Plus 3 Homework without
    tears
  • 2001- Teachers Plan book Plus 2 Assertive
    discipline
  • 2001- Teachers Plan Book plus 5 Motivating
    todays learner
  • 2001- teachers Plan book Plus 7 reading and
    Literacy A to Z
  • 1998- First class teacher success strategies for
    new teachers
  • 1996 - The High Performing Teacher Avoiding
    Burnout and Increasing Your Motivation

6
Books continued
  • 1996 - Teaching Students to Get Along Reducing
    Conflict and Increasing Copperation in the
    Classroom
  • 1996 - Behavior Management in the Middle School
    Classroom a Teacher's Guide to Meeting the
    Special Challenges of Early Adolescents
  • 1983- Lee Canters Assertive discipline for
    parents

7
Canters Model of Discipline
  • Canter's model of Discipline is Assertive
    Discipline

8
Main ideas of assertive Discipline
  • Assertive Discipline is a structured Systematic
    approach designed to assist educators in running
    an organized classroom environment that is
    completely controlled by the teacher.
  • The Canters believe that teachers need to expect
    nothing but compliance. It is imperative. No
    student should keep you from teaching and this is
    why teachers should act assertively.

9
Main ideas continued
  • Assertive teachers give firm, clear and concise
    directions to students. Students who obey the
    rules are reinforced whereas those who do not
    obey the rules will receive negative
    consequences.
  • Assertive teachers do not act in a sarcastic or
    harsh way to their students. They are demanding
    yet they are still supportive and respectful of
    their students. They treat everyone fairly.

10
an assertive teacher is always
rewarding
reviewing
encouraging
describing
modeling
practicing
11
How to use Lee Canters asssertive discipline
  • Decide on 4 or 5 rules that you want to implement
    in your classroom
  • Determine negative consequences for students who
    do not obey
  • Determine positive consequences for students who
    do obey
  • Have a meeting with the students to discuss and
    go over the rules. Go over them throughout the
    year.

12
Continued
  • Have the students take the rules home, have
    parents sign the rules, and ask for their help.
  • Implement the rules immediately in your
    classroom.
  • Be sure to let the student know if you are not
    happy with their behavior but at the same time,
    let them know what they should be doing.
  • Use a positive repetitions technique
  • Use proximity praise
  • Assertive teachers will teach children how to
    behave correctly by modeling and role playing.

13
Weaknesses
  • Canters work of research to create this method
    has no references or citations listed
  • Canter assumes that this method will work with
    all students
  • Students are not given any choice

14
Strengths
  • Develops good class control
  • Students expectations are clearly stated
  • Rules are also clearly stated
  • Helps build classroom respect
  • Positive, caring and productive learning
    environment

15
Will Canters model work in the real world?
  • Yes, I do believe that this model will work in
    the real world.

16
References
  • http//www.behavioradvisor.com//assertivedisciplin
    e.html
  • www.angelfire.com/in4/kfluhart
  • www.teachermatters.com/classroom-models
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