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Creating Peaceful Classrooms: Judicious Discipline and Class Meetings

  title={Creating Peaceful Classrooms: Judicious Discipline and Class Meetings},
  author={Barbara A. McEwan and Paul Gathercoal},
  journal={Phi Delta Kappan},
Our current national conversation concerning school violence and student discipline is often focused on reactive measures. Ms. Landau and Mr. Gathercoal suggest a better approach. KEEPING schools safe while preserving productive learning environments is an increasing concern for educators everywhere. Teachers and administrators are seeking strategies that will help students learn to act respectfully and responsibly. Researchers who are also teachers, administrators, and specialists in Michigan… 

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