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A Comparison of Discipline Models

Rhondalyn Cornett
Grand Canyon University TCH-536
Theory

Strengths

Weaknesses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Agree/Disagree

Reason

with the model


Wongs

Pragmatic
Classroom

This model is

responsibilities of
teachers and
students and 2)
teaching the
procedures
students are

Yes, I agree with many

I believe that

aspects of the models.

students need

comply with the

strategies on

does not offer a

procedures

rules or

structure in their

how to

lot of lead way in

allow students

consequences.
Students may not

lives and the

about their

have buy-in to

great place to

environment

the process

teach that life

and what is

because they

has specific

expected from

help make the

routines and

them.
Wongs model

rules.

procedures. It is

making changes.

to feel secure

misbehavior.
Wongs model
gives you

1) clarifying the

Students may not

routines and

with little

key to desirable

very rigid, and

run smoothly

model is that the

Teaching

offers

classes that

Wongs discipline

and learning lies in

establish

The theory behind

classroom behavior

Wongs model

classroom is a

just a no non-

step by step

reduces

sense way to have

directions of

behavior

successful

the beginning

problems and

classroom

of the year

keeps the

management.

that are easy

focus on

to follow.

learning and
educating.

expected to follow
in class.

Kagan, Kyle,
and Scotts
Win-Win
Discipline

The Win-Win

Parents and

This is a very

This process may

No, I do not agree with

Although, I do

Discipline

students may

positive

take a long time

a lot of the aspects of

like the way the

model places

think they have

approach to

to develop and

this model.

rules are

parents,

more control or

teaching

there may be a

developed, I

teachers, and

power of the

students how

lot content not

think the

students on

classroom than

to become

covered.

students are

A Comparison of Discipline Models


Rhondalyn Cornett
Grand Canyon University TCH-536
The theory behind

the same side

Win-Win Discipline

to enhance

is discipline is

the school

are consequences

best established

experience.
Students and

it seems that

teaches

students are

students

structures-sets of

teachers

given a lot of

learned

organized steps-to

cooperate in

warnings before

responsibility.

prevent and

proposing

consequences are

redirect

workable

administered.

misbehavior.

solutions to

by using

the teacher.
Although there

responsible

given too much

citizens.
This model

power in the
classroom.

discipline

Morrishs Real

Discipline

that discipline is
best established
through purposeful
teacher guidance,

understand exactly
how they are
expected to
behave.

The rules in

Students may

Yes, I agree with many

I agree that

aspects of this model.

teachers should

Real Discipline

become defiant

teaches what

driven.
The model is

indicate how

when they are

set the standards

students are to

and help students

and what is

based more on

un-

reaction of

behave.
Teachers make

forced to comply.
Parents may
think that

exactly how they

acceptable

students

teacher is too

are expected to

before they

behavior than

strict.

behave.

latitude to

teacher set stands

Real Discipline is
totally teacher

are given

in which the

model
is acceptable

Morrishs theory is

and helps students

problems.
Morrishs

make choices.
Morrishs
model has 3
particular
goals:
training for

being proactive.
Students may not
have a buy-in to
this model.

the rules.

understand

A Comparison of Discipline Models


Rhondalyn Cornett
Grand Canyon University TCH-536
compliance,
teaching
students how
to behave,
and managing
student
choices.