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    There is a long ongoing discussion about how parents should discipline their children. Some believe that the best way to punish their children is corporal punishment (physical punishment). However, others believe that corporal punishment is harmful physically and mentally for their children. There are better ways to discipline children, whether it be time outs or taking away privileges. Also, in school lunch detention or In-School Suspension are great ways to punish to bring behavior change to that child. “The results of a representative German sample using multivariate analyses show that individuals who were physically punished or abused by their parents during childhood or adolescence are more punitive than non-victims of parental violence”…

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    Fame and wealth is what people consider in today’s society as success nowadays. Success is a triumph or an accomplishment of an aim. To reach the level of success many factors have to be played such as self discipline. Self discipline is a key ingredient for our students to reach the path of success. Therefore, during the early stages of childhood children should be educated about self discipline, as a result once armed it would be a tremendous asset in high school and the future. If gained…

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    Classroom management is crucial for every teacher to have in a successful learning environment. I believe that students need to be controlled and disciplined; students at this age need to be guided in the right path. They are capable of self-discipline but need to be shown what the rules of the classroom are and what is the expectation of the teacher. I believe that students are basically good but that the environment around them influences them tremendously. If they maintain busy with…

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    Mind Over Society Most people believe a successful person is one who graduates high school with outstanding grades, but the real question is, those that receive the excellent grades, how do they truly define success? Success of a person is defined as going for a higher education after high school and still managing to be delighted with what they have and what they are doing for the rest of their lives. It is an arduous process to achieve because it demands: self confidence, being the most…

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    Corporal punishment as explained by Frechette, Zoratti, and Romano (2015) is a form of discipline often defined as the “use of physical force with the intention of causing a child to experience pain, but not injury, for the purposes of correction or control of the child’s behavior.” (p.135) Corporal punishment techniques (spanking) have existed for many years and has been a permanent form of discipline when dealing with children. There are various ways that parents familiarize their child with…

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    the tardy system, same still believe tardiness is not excusable and should be punished accordingly, "If they are late they should have to serve After School Detention. If they repeat, stricter consequences should be enforced on the student. No excuse for being late to school" ("detention for"). Some people view tardiness as a choice and think it is faulty behavior for an individual, regardless of the situation. Being late might occasionally be a student 's fault, but if a student or…

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    Student Character Traits

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    school students will effect them later on in their life. Having good character traits, turn into having good habits, and those habits help the students succeed in school. To be successful as a student having the character traits like optimism, having a good attitude, and self discipline are important. Optimistic students are most…

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    Benjamin Franklin believed that every person can become more wealthy, healthy, and wise through hard work and self discipline. I believe in his belief because it doesn’t matter how difficult or easy it is to accomplish a goal; at the end of the day, what counts is the satisfaction of the work and experience a person puts into it. Franklin didn’t favor luck or opportunities, but instead became successful through hard work. Franklin was many things such as an author, inventor, scientist, and a…

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    Research Silence and Solitude Silence and solitude are two of the most overlooked spiritual disciplines, but they are two of the most beneficial disciplines in a Christian’s life. Donald S. Whitney defines these two practices in his book “Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life” as follow: “The Discipline of silence is the voluntary and temporary abstention from speaking so that a certain spiritual goals might be sought,” and “Solitude is the spiritual discipline of voluntarily and…

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    interconnected current reality, capitalize new insights through the rigorous academic training of the disciplines, and provide real-world professional practical experiences. This approach to education will give students the tools to perform and excel in their desired discipline,…

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