The Dreikurs theory for classroom management, sometimes called Rudolf Dreikurs’ theory of Social Discipline, acts as a framework for thinking. I have drawn primarily on the work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. Their theory and practice of seeing maladaptive behaviour in children and adolescents . Rudolf Dreikurs (February 8, – May 25, ) was an American Dreikurs’ main theory dealt with misbehavior of pre-adolescents.
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He suggested drei,urs human misbehavior is the result of feeling a lack of belonging to one’s social group. When this happens the child acts from one of four “mistaken goals”: His overall goal was that students would learn to cooperate reasonably without being penalized or rewarded because they would feel that they are valuable contributors to the classroom.
He was an active leader in the organization until his death.
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