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NCJ Number: 30705 Find in a Library
Title: COOPERATIVE RELATIONS BETWEEN SECONDARY TEACHERS AND STUDENTS - SOME BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES
Journal: ADOLESCENCE  Volume:10  Issue:40  Dated:(WINTER 1975)  Pages:469-482
Author(s): R E JENSEN
Corporate Author: Libra Publishers, Inc
Publicity Manager
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 14
Sponsoring Agency: Libra Publishers, Inc
San Diego, CA 92117
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE STRATEGIES FOR CLASSROOM CONTROL WITH SECONDARY STUDENTS PRESENTED IN THIS PAPER ARE BASED ON A SOCIAL LEARNING MODEL AND ARE DESIGNED TO OPTIMIZE THE USE OF RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE TEACHER.
Abstract: COOPERATION BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT WAS CHOSEN AS A GOAL IN PREFERENCE TO STUDENT OBEDIENCE TO TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS. GROUP NORMS, OPTIMIZING TEACHER REINFORCEMENT VALUE AND REDUCING DYSFUNCTIONAL TEACHER EMOTIONS, ARE DISCUSSED AS THE FOUNDATION OF BEHAVIOR CONTROL. BASIC STRATEGIES INCLUDE DIFFERENTIAL REINFORCEMENT, PRECISE COMMUNICATION AND AVERSIVE INTERVENTION. RELATIONAL STRUCTURING AND REDIRECTING RELATIONAL PROCESS ARE OFFERED AS ADVANCED STRATEGIES. FINALLY, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONTROL AND COOPERATION IS BRIEFLY DISCUSSED. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)
Index Term(s): Behavior modification; Behavioral and Social Sciences; Campus Security; Problem behavior; Students
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