This manual is for anyone involved in designing or delivering education within Ugandan schools, including headteachers, teachers, school governing committees, students, parents, public officials implementing education policy and anyone who wants to get involved in creating good schools. This handbook will guide you in thinking about alternatives to corporal punishment and how to put these alternatives into practice at the schools in your community.
Positive Discipline helps educators to start and continue with discussions about alternative disciplinary methods to traditional ones (which have been banned in most countries). Furthermore, it provides steps to implement alternative disciplinary methods and examines the responsiveness of learners and students. This manual is also referred to as Positive Discipline: Creating a Good School Without Corporal Punishment.
This resource is especially helpful during Student-Friendly Schools (SFS) trainings.