Classroom Management

Author: Shirley Bull
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136107886
Size: 12,64 MB
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How to manage a class is probably the major worry of all teachers in training and young teachers new to the job. This book shows how psychological principles, strategies and tools can be applied to improve classroom practice.

Models Of Classroom Management

Author: Jack Martin
Editor: Temeron Books Inc
ISBN: 9781550590630
Size: 12,52 MB
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Behavior Management

Author: John J. Wheeler
Editor: Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN: 0133366375
Size: 16,28 MB
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This title is only available as a loose-leaf version with Pearson eText. Behavior Management: Principles and Practices of Positive Behavior Supports, 3/e provides the best of behavior analysis and positive behavior supports (PBS) available in a book. Using vignettes and student examples, the book shows teachers how to achieve optimal behavioral and learning outcomes for their students–regardless of the challenging behavior exhibited. Chapters focus on universal tools such as reinforcement, meaningful instruction, and student progress monitoring. Behavior Support Plans demonstrate how to implement techniques for students at all levels and abilities. Referencing the latest research in the field, this edition expands coverage of prevention, RTI, and assessment as it unlocks the power of positive behavior supports.

Elementary Classroom Management Lessons From Research And Practice

Author: Molly Romano
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073378626
Size: 18,53 MB
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Stressing the need to build caring, supportive relationships with and among students, Elementary Classroom Management: Lessons from Research and Practice offers research-based guidance on effective classroom management. It addresses current concerns about student motivation and helps prospective and beginning teachers develop a philosophy of classroom management that focuses on building connections with students and creating safe, caring classrooms. The trusted text profiles five master teachers (grades K, 1, 3, 4 and 5) in very different school settings as they create classrooms that are orderly and productive, humane and caring. The integration of the thinking and the actual management practices of five real elementary teachers into discussions of research-based management principles prompts readers to connect theories with actual results. Further, the text demonstrates how real teachers can adapt to any circumstances--physical room constraints, curriculum requirements, challenging behaviors--and still be successful.

Secondary Classroom Management

Author: Carol Simon Weinstein
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities Social
ISBN:
Size: 20,95 MB
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Secondary Classroom Management presents an introduction to classroom management in secondary schools. Written in a lively, engaging, conversational style, it combines what research has to say about effective classroom management with knowledge culled from practice. This text focuses on real decisions made by real teachers as they manage the complex environment of the secondary classroom. The text integrates the thinking and the actual management practices of four real secondary school teachers into discussions of research-based management principles. Readers come to "know" these teachers. We hear about the classes they teach and about the physical constraints of their rooms. We hear them reflect on their rules and routines and watch as they teach these rules and routines to students. We listen as they talk about motivating students and building community, and as they discuss appropriate ways to deal with misbehavior. Secondary Classroom Management is well-organized and more comprehensive than many classroom management texts, with chapters on building safer, more caring classrooms; working with families; using time effectively; motivation; working with troubled students; and violence prevention. It also addresses the managerial challenges involved in a variety of instructional formats, such as recitations, discussions, and groupwork.

Approaches To Behavior And Classroom Management

Author: W. George Scarlett
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483316939
Size: 14,99 MB
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Approaches to Behavior and Classroom Management focuses on helping teachers use a variety of approaches in behavior and classroom management in order to make good decisions when faced with the challenge of creating positive classroom communities. Today's classrooms often include children from a variety of backgrounds and with different needs - needs that must be met if these children are to thrive in school. This text will provide teachers and other educators with the historical and cultural framework necessary to understand approaches to behavior and classroom management, a deep understanding of each approach, and a tool belt of relevant methods from which to choose to meet the needs of various situations. Ancillaries available, including: Instructor's Resource CD-ROM (for qualified instructors) Student Resource CD-ROM Student Study Site (www.sagepub.com/scarlettstudy)

From Discipline To Culturally Responsive Engagement

Author: Laura E. Pinto
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452285209
Size: 19,32 MB
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The forward-thinking techniques you need to manage today’s diverse classrooms Contemporary educators know that discipline-based classroom management is less effective in today’s schools. Evidence shows that a strategy of culturally responsive engagement is essential to giving students the best education, whatever their background. In a readable and compelling text, Laura E. Pinto outlines: Keys to developing the cultural fluency necessary to prepare all students for success. Exercises for teachers to reflect deeply on how they manage their classrooms, and identify areas for improvement. 45 easy strategies—including many that support the Common Core—for boosting engagement and cultural responsiveness in the classroom

The Teacher S Pocket Guide For Effective Classroom Management

Author: Tim Knoster
Editor: Brookes Pub
ISBN:
Size: 14,26 MB
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Soon to be every teacher's favorite guide to classroom management, this concise book takes research-proven information on preventing problem behavior and makes it easy to apply. Behavior expert and former teacher Tim Knoster--the dynamic speaker whose workshops have inspired thousands of teachers across the country--uses humor, memorable examples, and vivid metaphors to help K–12 educators solve mild to moderate behavior challenges in any classroom. Teachers will use the practical, down-to-earth advice year after year to decipher the motives behind students' behavior build rapport with students while maintaining appropriate boundaries establish clear expectations for behavior in the classroom reinforce expected behavior throughout the school day provide individualized intervention to students with challenging behavior while still addressing other students ' needs assess the classroom climate and ensure that it's conducive to learning Lively illustrations and useful tables make the tips and strategies easy to grasp, and additional resources in the back of the book help teachers find information on addressing severe behavior problems. Motivating and enlightening, this book will give teachers an "I can do that" attitude toward classroom management--and the practical advice they need to build positive, effective learning environments.

A Teacher S Guide To Successful Classroom Management And Differentiated Instruction

Author: Billie F. Birnie
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475833024
Size: 15,66 MB
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This book is a practical, straightforward conversation with teachers about two key aspects of their work. Illustrating concepts with examples from both elementary and secondary classrooms, the guide also offers strategies, checklists, and activities to help teachers improve their practice.

Transformative Classroom Management

Author: John Shindler
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470565506
Size: 12,50 MB
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The natural condition of any classroom is harmonious, satisfying, and productive, so why do so many teachers struggle with problems of apathy, hostility, anxiety, inefficiency, and resistance? In this groundbreaking book, education expert John Shindler presents a powerful model, Transformative Classroom Management (TCM), that can be implemented by any teacher to restore the natural positive feelings in his or her classroom—the love of learning, collaboration, inspiration, and giving—and create a productive learning environment in which all students can achieve. Unlike other classroom management systems that view problems as something to be "handled," TCM offers suggestions for creating optimal conditions for learning, performance, motivation, and growth. This practical book shows teachers how to abandon ineffective short-term gimmicks, bribes, and punishments and adopt the proven management practices and new habits of mind that will transform their classrooms. Praise for Transformative Classroom Management "Transformative Classroom Management is a practical resource that explains the how and why of classroom management for novice and veteran teachers. Dr. Shindler recognizes the importance of preserving the teacher's sanity while ensuring the student's development of a personal sense of responsibility and a positive self-esteem." —Eileen Matus, principal, South Toms River Elementary School, New Jersey "I have read many other management books by other authors, but Transformative Classroom Management has been the best so far at demystifying the invisible forces in the classroom." —Will McElroy, 4th grade teacher, Los Angeles United School District "This book was an invaluable tool for me during my student teaching. It served as a reference book that I found myself continually drawn to while struggling to find ways to effectively manage 29 first graders. The ideas, concepts and suggestions in the book were so innovative and helpful that even my Master Teacher found herself implementing some of the ideas! A must have for all student teachers!" —Carol Gillon, student teacher, Seattle University "Insightful and thoroughly researched, Transformative Classroom Management is an invaluable tool to help teachers, newbies and veterans alike, develop fully functional and engaged learning communities." —Lisa Gamache Rodriguez, teacher, Los Angeles Unified School District