Discipline is used in schools to keep students, teachers and other staff safe and to help meet the behavioral, social and emotional needs of the children as they grow and develop. Schools approach discipline in various ways and the severity of the discipline usually coincides with how severe the offense was. Goal of Discipline The main goal of discipline in schools is to teach children appropriate ways of behaving by giving consequences for making poor choices. Discipline helps a student refrain from the behavior in the future.
School discipline means a system consisting code of conduct, punishment and behavioral strategies to regulate students and keep school and classroom in order. An obedient students follow the code of conduct imposed by school administration. These rules may include social behavior, school timings and uniform etc. In other term it is the punishment as a result of breaking the prevailing code of conduct in the school.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Any system or organization whether it is social, political or education is evaluated quite often in terms of its discipline. In the similar way when we try to evaluate a person, society or nation in terms of its goodness or badness, then also most often the criterion of such evaluation is nothing but the discipline. Schools are termed as good and bad, on the basis of the discipline or in disciplined prevailed in their classes and campuses.