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The teacher should come up with no more than five rules that are easily understood and presented in a positive light.
In summary, students should be taught how to follow directions, they need positive repetition to reinforce good behavior, and negative consequences should be given after the first two don't work. Assertive Discipline: More Than Names on the Board and Marbles in a Jar- A nice article by Lee Canter.
Assertive Discipline- A summary by the Telematic European Learning Materials for Inclusive Education. Assertive Discipline- By Tom McIntyre, a former teacher of students with behavior disorders and learning disabilities.
Central Middle School's Assertive Discipline Plan [Archive] - View this page to see a sample of punishments. The Teacher's Role in the Application of an Assertive Discipline Program for Students- an article by School Psychology International.


For example, if a student pulls out all the paper towels on the floor in the restroom, then a good punishment would be to clean the restroom and mop the floor. They can earn a ticket every day a name is not written on the board, or if the class is quite difficult, any time a second or third check by a name is given.
Canter believes that if you "catch" a student being good by recognizing them when they behave, they will work harder at behaving. For example, instead of "Students will not get out of their seats," you would write, "Students will remain seated." Students need to know what to do, not just what NOT to do.
If a teacher effectively manages a classroom while having a discipline plan in place, he or she should have a well balanced classroom environment that fosters learning.
He also believes that there should be consistent consequences of breaking the rules that are very clear. Unless the behavior is severe, usually the first time a rule is broken, the student will be given a verbal warning.
Don't bring them any attention in front of the other students because sometimes that is a reward to them for misbehaving.


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After this, a check is put by the name of the student and the student begins to exprience punishment for their misbehavior. If he really liked the answer a student gave him, he'd throw them a candy bar- and this was at the college level. You can either sit down now or sit with me after school for an hour today." You then follow through by calling the parents to tell them their child will be coming home an hour late.
This could range from a time-out, loosing priviledges, detention in your classroom after school, an extra assignment, etc. If the parent blames you for the problem or gives excuses why he can't stay after school that day, give them a choice too.



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