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Love & Logic
Love and Logic

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The following list of core beliefs outlines the professional actions and attitudes of all staff members in this school:
Every attempt will be made to maintain the dignity and self-respect of both the student and the teacher.
Students will be guided and expected to solve their problems, or the ones they create, without creating problems for anyone else.
Students will be given the opportunities to make decisions and live with the consequences, be they good or bad.
Misbehavior will be handled with natural or logical consequences instead of punishment, whenever possible.
Misbehavior will be viewed as an opportunity for individual problem solving and preparation for the real world as opposed to a personal attack on school or staff.
Love & Logic Rules for Our School
Treat others with the same respect with which you are treated by the adults in this school.
Your actions, dress, possessions, etc., may not cause a problem for anyone else.
If your actions, dress, possessions cause a problem for anyone else, you will be asked to solve that problem.
If you cannot or choose not to solve the problem, appropriate consequences will be imposed by staff members.  These consequences will depend upon the situation and the person or persons involved.  Staff members will use their best judgment based upon the information they have at the time.
If students and/or parents feel that the consequences appear not to be fair, request a “due process” hearing. A due process hearing does not need to be formal in nature.  It is simply a time for concerned individuals to meet together and share information related to the situation in question. In the event that this discussion provides additional information that sheds different light on the situation, or shows the consequences to be unfair, the consequences may be changed or eliminated to better fit the unique situation.

Classroom Rules

Treat me, as your teacher, with the same respect with which I treat you.
Your actions may not cause a problem for  anyone else.
If you cause a problem, you will be asked to solve it.
If you cannot solve the problem or choose not to, I will do something.  What I do will depend upon the situation and the person involved.
If I do something that appears to be unfair, whisper to me, “I’m not sure that’s fair,” and we will talk about it.

Love & Logic Book Recommendations:

Schoolwide Discipline Plan Without the Loopholes, Jim Fay

Creating Classrooms Where Teachers Love to Teach, Robert Snorson

Parenting with Love and Logic, Foster Cline & Jim Fay

Wise Words for Teachers, Jim Fay & Charles Fay

Parenting Teens with Love and Logic, Foster Kline & Jim Fay

Love and Logic Solutions for Kids with Special Needs, David Funk

The Pearls of Love and Logic for Parents and Teachers, Jim Fay and Foster Cline, MD

Love and Logic Magic: When Kids Leave You Speechless, Jim Fay

How to Talk So Kids Can Learn, Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk, Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

Positive Discipline in the Classroom, Jane Nelsen, EdD

Positive Discipline for Teenagers, Jane Nelsen, EdD & Lynn Lott

Positive Time-Out: And Over 50 Ways to Avoid Power Struggles in the Home and the Classroom, Jane Nelsen, EdD

Win Win Discipline, Spencer Kagan PhD, Patricia Kyle, PhD, & Sally Scott, MA

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