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Positive Discipline Lab Schools are recognized for the intention to broadly implement Positive Discipline. Lab school teachers and staff have received training in Positive Discipline and work closely with a Positive Discipline Certified Trainer or Lead Trainer to support program development.  Positive Discipline activities for students are used to teach important academic, social and emotional skills. The Positive Discipline Class Meeting model provides integrated practice for students solving real life problems. Positive Discipline Parent Education is provided to support parents and caregivers.  Adlerian theory and practical application are intended to be felt throughout the culture and climate of the entire school.

Through interactive workshops Positive Discipline provides an effective discipline approach that integrates social and emotional learning while reducing challenging student behaviors. Some of the benefits of Positive Discipline include:

For Teachers and School Staff:

    • Developing a large toolbox of kind and firm discipline.
    • Establishing explicit classroom and school structures and procedures.
    • Creating an equitable classroom and school community based on mutual respect.
    • Understanding the motivation behind students' misbehavior and how to encourage positive change.
    • Facilitating effective class meetings teaching social skills and problem-solving.
    • Learning Positive Discipline/Adlerian Psychology for use in the classroom and school community.

For Students:

    • Effective social and emotional lessons that improve student attitude about self and others.
    • Improved connections to classmates, teachers and school community.
    • Encourages student voice and engagement in problem solving during class meetings.

For Families and School Community:

    • Positive Discipline education opportunities so that stakeholders are empowered to support in mutually respectful ways.
    • Increased cultural competence for the school community.
    • Common Positive Discipline language amongst those implementing Positive Discipline.

2018-2019 Positive Discipline Lab Schools


Almaden Parents Pre-school

San Jose, U.S.A

www.appsonline.org

apps.appsdirector@gmail.com


Colegio Róndine

Cuernavaca, Mexico 

www.rondine.edu.mx

ari@rondine.edu.mx


Ecole Eden - Eden School

Veyrier, Switzerland 

http://www.ecole-eden.ch/

admin@ecole-eden.ch


Ecole Oasis Internationale

Cairo, Egypt

www.oasisdemaadi.com/

esmatlamei@oasisdemaadi.com


Element Education, Inc.

www.myelement.org

lingber@myelement.org


Escuela Infantil Gran Vía

Madrid, Spain

www.escuelainfantilgranvia.com/

marisamoyadp@gmail.com


Indigo

San Jose, U.S.A

www.indigoprogram.org

gdorsey@ogsd.net


International School of Indiana

Indianapolis, U.S.A 

www.isind.org

thaygaru@isind.org




Lahore American School

Lahore, Pakistan 

www.las.edu.pk/

bsnowdon@las.edu.pk


Mulberry School, Inc.

Los Gatos, U.S.A

www.mulberry.org

jmurphy@mulberry.org


Oxford

Reynosa, Mexico

www.oxfordreynosa.edu.mx

principal@oxfordreynosa.edu.mx


Pizquito, C.P.E.I.

Las Palmas G.C, Spain

www.pizquito.es

direccion@pizquito.es


Redwood Day

Oakland, U.SA

https://www.rdschool.org

cting@rdschool.org


Roxbury Elementary School

Stamford, U.S.A

www.roxburyschool.org

mbonasera@stamfortct.gov


TALENTIEL

Vauréal, France 

www.talentiel.fr/

talentiel95@gmail.com


The REACH School

Sebastopol, U.S.A

http://reach-program.com

jbrown@reach-program.com


Unidad Educativa San Luis Gonzaga

Quito, Ecuador

www.uegonzaga.edu.ec

bienestar@uegonzaga.edu.ec 


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