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DISCIPLINE WITHOUT TEARS: How To Reduce Conflict and Establish Cooperation in the Classroom
Discipline without Tears is a modern classic within the teaching profession. The original edition was written by Pearl Cassel and Rudolf Dreikurs. First published in 1971 by arrangement with the Alfred Adler Institute, it has been a teacher's best friend and became an international
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Wiley (first published 1990)
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Terry
Mainly relevant for elementary-age children, but can help explain the behaviors of older students as well.

This is a very, very, very strange book. It has good ideas for understanding children's behavior and responding appropriately in a way that fosters growth. It's the STYLE that bemuses me. There's a sort of formal, Germanic tone that on one hand believes in the inherent dignity of all human beings, and on the other hand clucks its tongue and seems kind of sorry that corporal punishment was ev
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Liz
Has a good explanation of why children misbehave and some practical ways to correct this behavior. Not sure I agree 100% with what he says, but I enjoyed a lot of it.
Kevin Morais
I knew Pearl as one of my closest friends. I miss her and our discussions, many about this book. If you have any questions I may be able to answer you.
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A family friend recently retired from teaching and gave me a selection of her old teaching materials, which included this book and others.
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