This article advocates for taking a therapeutic approach when dealing with student discipline. The goal is to help students think more productively when they get into trouble.Source:
Alex Fertig and Ray W. Christner, District Administration, April 20, 2017 Description:
Building principals, assistant principals and other school administrators engage frequently with students in conversations to address inappropriate behavior. The goal of these interactions is not only to provide consequences, but also to help students to avoid the initiation of similar infractions in the future. School administrators are in an ideal position—when setting consequences—to help students build behavioral skills….Read the full article here!