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ASH ESE 601 Week 4 Discussion Positive Behavior
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Positive Behavior Planning [CLO: 3]. 1st Post Due
by Day 3. This discussion is your opportunity to
demonstrate your understanding of the objective:
Compare positive proactive classroom behavior
strategies. The discussion represents an
introduction to Course Learning Outcome 3 and
the MASE Program Learning Outcome 1.
In an authentic classroom environment, discipline
procedures can either be proactive or reactive.
Proactive discipline focuses on classroom
management that is “designed to promote student
self-control by focusing teacher intervention as the
cause of discipline problems...” (Henley, Ramsey
&Algozzine, 2009, p. 288). Reactive discipline, on
the other hand, is where the teacher is responding
to discipline problems instead of proactively

predictingpotentialsituations.
Teacherswhoanticipateandplanforstudentbehavio
rshavelong-termclassroom management success.
You notice that when Mr. Franklin tells the class it
is time to stop their work and move to the next
activity, it takes a long time for the class to
complete their current activities, gather their
materials, and transition to the next class. Because
of this lag time, the students are often late to their
next class, which makes Mr. Franklin feel
frustrated. Responding to this ongoing issue, Mr.
Franklin tells the class they will miss 5 minutes of
their lunch time to make up for their lateness.
Initial Post: Create an initial response that
explains how Mr. Franklin’s response was reactive
instead of proactive. Describe at least three
proactive strategies Mr. Franklin can use for a
smoother transition process. Include in your
description how this strategy would be
implemented with supporting evidence from the
readings and Week Four’s Instructor Guidance.
Guided Response: Review the posts of your
classmates and that of your instructor. Respond,
using support from our assigned reading and the
Instructor Guidance, to the following questions

with careful attention to the details presented by
your peers in the selected posts. You must respond
to at least two peers.
Summarize what proactive discipline strategies
means to you.
Compare your peers’ response to your initial ideas
of proactive discipline strategies.
Explain how they are the same or different to your
own ideas presented in your initial post.
Though two replies is the basic expectation, for
deeper engagement and learning, you are
encouraged to provide responses to any comments
or questions others have given to you (including
the instructor) before the last day of the
discussion. This will further the conversation
while also giving you opportunities to
demonstrate your content expertise, critical
thinking, and real work experiences with this
topic.


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