Classroom Discipline and Student Responsibility: The Students' View.

@inproceedings{Lewis2001ClassroomDA,
  title={Classroom Discipline and Student Responsibility: The Students' View.},
  author={Richard Warrington Baldwin Lewis},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract There is, internationally, increasing interest in the quality of children's character. This paper examines, in 21 elementary and 21 secondary schools, the role of classroom discipline in promoting student responsibility for the protection of learning and safety rights in the classroom. The results indicate that teachers are seen by students to react to classroom misbehavior by increasing their use of coercive discipline, which inhibits the development of responsibility in students and… CONTINUE READING

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