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Conflict in the Classroom: An Opportunity to Teach and Learn

By Lina Paredes, Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor

My eyes look up as I try to finish correcting students´ math quizzes. As a few of them wait in line to receive their feedback, I notice two students approaching my desk, both of them looking upset, nervous, and affected. One of them holds a purple pencil sharpener in her hand while the other one says, ¨Ms. Lina, she took my pencil sharpener and it´s mine!¨ This is probably one of the most frequent situations you´ll find yourself …

Creating the Habit of Noticing

By Jenny Spencer, CDCI

They say it takes at least 21 days to develop a new habit. When I was teaching Special Education, one of my colleagues taught me a technique that helped me focus on specific skill development within myself or my students. I have since adapted that technique to help teachers develop the “habit” of noticing. First of all, what is noticing? The skill of noticing is foundational to successful implementation of Conscious Discipline. It helps us be present and build relationships as we encourage helpfulness in  …

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Conscious Discipline Excels in Harvard Analysis of Top 25 SEL Programs

In a study published by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and funded by The Wallace Foundation, Conscious Discipline was found to be one of only three SEL programs that focuses 75% or more of its content on Emotion/Behavior Regulation and Emotion Knowledge/Expression, and one of only 13 programs that focuses 50% or more its content on Interpersonal Skills. Conscious Discipline received high ratings in 8 of 10 categories. The study’s authors say, “Conscious Discipline provides an array of behavior management strategies and classroom structures that teachers can use to turn everyday situations into learning opportunities.”