Date of Award
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership and Curriculum
First Reader/Committee Chair
Research indicates that punitive school discipline practices are ineffective and continue to marginalize students of color and students with disabilities. Historical and societal conceptions of punishment offer insight as to why these punitive practices persist. The legacies of school discipline and how teachers understand the role of punishment have implications for which behavior management strategies are employed in the classroom. This study examined the relationship between teacher perceptions of the effectiveness and use of behavior management strategies, their opinions of the utility of punishment, and their understanding of the outcomes of punishment. Descriptive analyses, an analysis of variance and correlational analyses were conducted to answer the research questions.
Smith-Menzies, Lucia Mariah, "TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND USE OF BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES" (2023). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1648.