Rudolf Dreikurs: Social Discipline
Rudolf Dreikurs ( 1897-1972), a native of Vienna, Austria, was an associate of psychologist Alfred Adler. Dreikurs immigrated to the United States in 1937 and in 1952 founded the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago, which reflects the optimistic approach that people are capable of changing and that human problems are interpersonal and socially embedded. Dreikurs espouses the values underlying Adler's Individual Psychology -- an emphasis on equality, respect, cooperation, and self-discipline. Dreikurs' work has been continued and/or repackaged by such educators as Don Dinkmeyer, Sr., Don Dinkmeyer, Jr., Linda Albert, and Jane Nelsen.
|•||Classify, using the theoretical frameworks presented in chapter 2, Dreikurs' Social Discipline model.|
|•||Identify the dues children give as a basis for their goals of misbehavior.|