ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 1

1. The Extent of the Problem; You Are Not Alone!

2. Course Procedures

3. Class Members Share Concerns and Why They Are Taking the Course

4. Let's Meet Each Other

5. Touring the Book's Table of Contents; What I Am Most Interested
In

6. How to Use This Book as a Handbook

7. Why Many Attempts At Handling Discipline Problems Have Been Inadequate

8. Class Shares With Each Other

9. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

10. Let's Try This Exercise

11. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 2

1. When Should You Call It: "A Discipline Problem"?

2. Typical "Miscalls"

3. Handling These Situations Better

4. The Kids Tell Us: "Why In Some Classes They Act Out, and In Others:
They Behave."

5. Locating the Causes of "Discipline Problems"

6. Those That Come From Outside the Classroom

7. Class Shares With Each Other

8. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

9. Let's Try This Exercise

10. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 3

1. Those That Come From the Environment of Your Classroom

2. From The Seating Arrangements

3. From Your Procedures

4. From Being Poorly Equipped

5. From The Interactions Between You and Your Students

6. From Being Inauthentic

7. From Not Following Through

8. From Being Inappropriate

9. From Being Unfair

10. From the Delivery of Your Lesson Plan

11. Those Particular to Grades K-6

12. Class Shares With Each Other

13. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

14. Let's Try This Exercise

15. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 4

1. Preventing and Handling the Causes of Disruptive Behavior

2. Preventing School Violence

3. Learning How and When to "Duck"

4. Dealing with Disturbances Right Outside Your Classroom

5. 86 Survival Tools; 42 Computer Resources

6. Working on the Environment of Your Classroom

7. Best Seating Plans and Better Procedures

8. How To Not Make "Miscalls"

9. How to Create Rapport With The Class

10. Following Through

11. How To Deal With "The Being Fair" Issue

12. Those Particular to Grades K-6

13. Class Shares With Each Other

14. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

15. Let's Try This Exercise

16. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 5

1. Preventing Your Rules from Falling Apart and Saving Kids

2. Twenty-one Guidelines for Effective Rules and Warnings

3. 43 Systematic Rewards, Instead of Punishments

4. Conflict Resolution Training

5. Strengthening Students to Be Less Vulnerable to Peer Pressure

6. Warding Off Bullies

7. Working on Asserting Yourself and Taking Stands

8. Those Particular to Grades K-6

9. Class Shares With Each Other

10. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

11. Let's Try This Exercise

12. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 6

How To Handle These Specifics:

1. The: "See Me after Class!"

2. Calling Out

3. Fighting

4. Cheating

5. Talking During Your Teaching

6. Late-comers

7. Homework

8. Crushes On You

9. Hats

10. Personal Stereos

11. Kids Who "Dis" Each Other

12. Kids and Drugs

13. Weapons

14. Those Particular to Grades K-6

15. Class Shares With Each Other

16. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

16. Let's Try This Exercise

17. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

ASSIGNMENT / WEEK: 7

1. Better Delivery of Your Lesson Plans: 89 Exciting Methods For All
Subjects

2. For Support Staff: Assessing the Problems and Needs of Your Teachers
Regarding Discipline Problems

3. Legal Issues

4. Assessing the Causes of Discipline Problems in My Class and School

5. Index of Causes and Remedies

6. Checklist for Student Teachers, "Your First Day"!

7. Those Particular to Grades K-6

8. Class Shares With Each Other

9. Let's Watch the Video: Ineffective Teacher vs. Effective Teacher

10. Let's Try This Exercise

11. Prof. Seeman Consults with Each Student Individually

12. Final Paper: "What I Need To Do In My Classroom To Prevent/Handle
Discipline Problems."

13. [There are no research papers, tests, or final exams in this professional
seminar.]

14. How We Can All Stay In Touch With Each Other For Continued Help