01 Assertive Discipline

Assertive discipline is a systematic approach to behavior management that requires that teachers set the rules, maintain a balance between positive and negative consequences, and be assertive in their verbal communication to make their wants and needs known to the students, parents, and principals.

02 Attribution Training

The bias in attributions is that we tend to blame our failures on external forces, but see the failure of others as internal. This bias leads to the hostile attributions that are seen in many children in school.

03 Cognitive Modeling

Cognitive modeling is one of the techniques based on cognitive behavior management, which involves the manipulation of antecedents (before response of the student) and consequences (after response of the student) to change both overt…

06 Self Management

Self-management strategies involve teaching students how to manage their own behaviors. Students actively participate in the selection of the target behavior for improvement and the behavioral goals, in the antecedent and consequent events, and in the recording and evaluation of the behavioral changes. External or teacher control is minimal.