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Why Corporal Punishment is banned

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Publication year:

2000

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English

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Format:

PDF (504.0 KiB)

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Publisher:

Department of Education, Pretoria

This booklet attempts to help educators to find constructive ways of building a culture of discipline among learners – ways which will not only help them move towards a more peaceful and tolerant society, but which will help instill self-discipline in learners and encourage them to realise their academic potential and become mature and independently thinking adults. The booklet is divided into three parts;
Part One: Why corporal punishment is banned; Part Two: Alternatives to corporal punishment in the classroom; Part Three: Disciplinary measures and procedures.

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