Discipline, Discipleship, and You
The best way to handle discipline issues is to avoid having them pop up in the first place.
That can happen, by the way--and you're the key.
You can create a classroom environment that removes chaos and confrontation. That prompts children to cooperate as you teach. That lets you have fun being a teacher rather than a referee.
There are a few simple things you can do--right now--to ceate a less stressful classroom. A classroom you and your children will enjoy more--and that helps you meet your teaching goals. This Pocket Guide to Discipline is packed with dozens of those priceless tips.
The words discipline and discipleship both come from the Latin word discere meaning "to learn." When you provide calm, intentional discipline you create a space where kids can dive into lessons and learn.
But even better, you model God's patient love and disciple children to know, love, and follow Jesus.
Get ready to discipline and disciple. You'll change lives!