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NCJ Number: 67677 Find in a Library
Title: HANDLING THE DISRUPTIVE STUDENT (FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE - NATIONAL CONFERENCE, 4TH, LOS ANGELES (CA), FEBRUARY 6-10, 1977 - AUDIOTAPE CASSETTE HIGHLIGHTS, GROUP 1, 1977 - SEE NCJ-67673)
Corporate Author: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
United States of America

National District Atorneys Assoc
United States of America

Teach 'Em Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Sponsoring Agency: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Reno, NV 89507
National District Atorneys Assoc
Alexandria, VA 22314
Not Available Through National Institute of Justice/NCJRS Document Loan Program
Rockville, MD 20849
Teach 'Em Inc
Chicago, IL 60611
Publication Number: J-31, SIDE 8
Sale Source: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
P.O. Box 8970
Reno, NV 89507
United States of America

Not Available Through National Institute of Justice/NCJRS Document Loan Program
Rockville, MD 20849
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: CAUSES OF DISRUPTION IN CLASSROOMS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY ARE SUGGESTED IN THIS AUDIO TAPE CASSETTE FROM THE FOURTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON JUVENILE JUSTICE.
Abstract: THE FIRST SPEAKER, CHAIRMAN OF A JUVENILE AND ADULT CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AT A PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY, INDICATES THAT DISRUPTIVE STUDENTS HAVE ROLE CONFLICTS, ARE IGNORANT OF RULES AND THE VALUES OF RULES, OR SUFFER FRUSTRATIONS AT HOME OR AT SCHOOL. WAYS OF DEALING WITH SUCH STUDENTS, SUCH AS INVOLVING PARENTS IN PROBLEMSOLVING AND THE USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS TO DETERMINE PROBLEMS AT AN EARLY STAGE, ARE CONSIDERED. THREE TYPES OF TEACHERS MAY CONTRIBUTE TO CLASSROOM DISRUPTIONS: THE ABSOLUTE DICTATOR, THE NONENTITY, AND THE TEACHER WHO FLIRTS WITH HALF THE CLASS AND IGNORES THE OTHERS. THE SECOND SPEAKER, A MEMBER OF END VIOLENCE AGAINST THE NEXT GENERATION, SUGGESTS THAT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY BEGINS WITH THE BATTERED CHILD. BATTERED CHILDREN GROW AND SEEK REVENGE ON THE WORLD ABOUT THEM. FURTHERMORE, SCHOOLS PROVIDE A MODEL SETTING FOR USING VIOLENCE AS A MEANS FOR PROBLEMSOLVING. ONLY FOUR STATES -- NEW JERSEY, MASSACHUSETTS, MARYLAND, AND MAINE -- DO NOT PERMIT CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN THEIR SCHOOLS ARE INITIATED BY COACHES AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS. PUNISHED CHILDREN REACT BY FIGHTING WITH OTHER CHILDREN OR BY ATTACKING OLDER PERSONS OR PERSONS OR PERSONAL PROPERTY. THE INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS AND LAWS OPPOSING CORPORAL PUNISHMENT AS A CAUSE OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IS ENCOURAGED. FOR RELATED MATERIALS, SEE NCJ 67673-76 AND 67678-81.
Index Term(s): Abused children; Audiovisual aids; Cause removal crime prevention; Child abuse; Corporal punishment; Educators child-abuse neglect role; Juvenile delinquency prevention; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; Public schools
Note: *This document is currently unavailable from NCJRS. THIS PROGRAM IS ONE SIDE OF THE AUDIOCASSETTE. FOR THE PROGRAM ON THE OTHER SIDE, SEE NCJ-67676. FOR THE ENTIRE KIT, SEE NCJ-67673.
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