Fredric H. Jones: Positive Discipline
Trained as a clinical psychologist, Fredric H. Jones ( 1940-) began his professional career on the faculty of the Neuropsychiatric Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), designing and implementing programs for retarded, autistic, and schizophrenic children. He has served on the faculty of the University of Rochester, working in the areas of nonadversarial classroom management and teacher training. Since 1978, Dr. Jones has been an independent consultant working directly with individual school districts. His work is best revealed in his books Positive Classroom Discipline ( 1987) and Positive Classroom Instruction ( 1987).
|•||Classify, using the theoretical frameworks presented in chapter 2, Fredric Jones' Positive Discipline model.|
|•||Describe the value of using body language rather than words to discipline.|