Classroom Management

Author: Shirley Bull
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136107886
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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: Calgary : Detselig Enterprises
ISBN: 9781550591774
Size: 15,81 MB
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Studies indicate that teachers spend as much as half their time in the classroom organizing students for instruction, dealing with misbehaviour and handling individual problems. Researchers have also found that student behaviour and discipline are now the most serious concerns among American and Canadian educators. Authors Jack Martin, Jeff Sugarman and John McNamara want to help teachers take back control of the classroom. They provide the latest research and theories around effective classroom management, while challenging teachers to think critically about how to adapt these principles to the unique circumstances of their classrooms. Each chapter deals with a different approach to classroom management, including those based on interpersonal communication, principles of democratic interaction, group management, behaviour modification and cognitive psychology. The third edition of this classic text contains new material that considers the changing face of educational theory and practice in an increasingly diverse society.

Secondary Classroom Management

Author: Carol Simon Weinstein
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities Social
ISBN:
Size: 11,32 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.

Middle And Secondary Classroom Management Lessons From Research And Practice

Author: Carol Simon Weinstein
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN:
Size: 19,61 MB
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By integrating the thinking and the actual management practices of four real secondary teachers into discussions of research-based management principles, this introductory text helps readers connect theories with actual results. Further, the text demonstrates how real teachers can adapt to any circumstance--physical room constraints, curriculum requirements, challenging behaviors--and still be successful.

Elementary Classroom Management Lessons From Research And Practice

Author: Carol Simon Weinstein
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN: 9780073010366
Size: 12,66 MB
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Stressing the need to build caring, supportive relationships with and among students, this trusted text 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 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.

Best Practice In Motivation And Management In The Classroom

Author: Dennis G. Wiseman
Editor: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 0398085048
Size: 13,85 MB
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This text offers practical information and vicarious practice for both beginning as well as veteran teachers to become more knowledgeable, skilled, and effective in their work. Through study, application of what has been studied, and the analysis and evaluation of the end result of this application, teachers who care to improve can improve. And, teachers who are already successful in their teaching can be even more successful. Effective teachers are active learners themselves. This text therefore provides a specific context and focus for this active learning in the areas of student motivation and classroom management which are considered critical for best practice in teaching in classrooms today. The book reviews appropriate strategies when responding to specific types of student misbehavior and also discusses zero tolerance policies, expulsion, teaching special students, addressing diversity, violence, school uniforms, and drug abuse as related to management and motivation. It is highlighted with supporting case study examples, question and activity sections by chapter, and a helpful glossary. Also provided is an overview of ten popular models for classroom management with the theorists associated with their development. By reading this book, teachers will get their students to achieve at high levels in demonstrating what they have learned through the application of the most important, intertwined areas of motivation and classroom management.

Elementary Classroom Management

Author: Carol Simon Weinstein
Editor: McGraw-Hill College
ISBN:
Size: 20,41 MB
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An introduction to classroom management in elementary schools. The text combines what research has to say about effective classroom management with knowledge culled from practice.

Improving Classroom Practice Through Culturally Inclusive Classroom Management

Author: Maxine Newsome
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0983949611
Size: 16,83 MB
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Practical classroom management applications assure that beginning and experienced teachers of all grade levels and instructional settings develop the cultural and managerial competence to make daily classroom practice easier, effective, and culturally-inclusive. Through developing culturally-competence, teachers learn to manage classrooms with a culturally-inclusive mindset in both mainstream and non-mainstream classrooms alike. They learn from start to finish how to structure and manage a culturally-inclusive classroom—how to establish the governance principles, how to set up the structure for operating the classroom with sensitivity and caring, and how to prevent and address student misbehavior. Emphasis is on helping students become disciplined caring individuals, and on assuring fairness and due process in applying penalties for misbehavior.

Elementary Classroom Management Lessons From Research And Practice

Author: Molly Romano
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073378626
Size: 11,19 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.

Managing Classroom Behavior

Author: James M. Kauffman
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205448814
Size: 11,19 MB
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This popular case-based text applies behavior management principles to classroom teaching, with an emphasis on analyzing behavior management as an instructional problem. "Managing Classroom Behavior" summarizes principles of good instruction, the acting-out cycle, and how to work with students, other teachers, and parents. Behavioral principles and practices are based on empirical research and illustrated with numerous examples. This text gives students practice in applying these principles through analysis of actual case studies through self-questioning and reflection. Topics include identifying and analyzing behavior problems, basic behavior change strategies, talking with students, using the peer group, and working with other educators and parents. This text is appropriate for both general and special educators in training or in service. Highlights of the Fourth Edition: A new opening chapter about how to analyze cases parallels a rewritten Instructor's Manual containing case analyses. New chapters on working with other educators (Ch. 7) and working with parents and families (Ch. 8). Several new cases included for more comprehensive study. New and improved Instructor's Manual includes suggested links between chapters in Part I to specific cases in order to help students apply their learning. Other Titles of Interest: Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 7/e by Edmund T. Emmer, Carolyn M. Everston, and Murray E. Worsham (ISBN: 0205455344) Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers, 7/e by Carolyn M. Everston, Edmund T. Emmer, and Murray E. Worsham (ISBN: 0205455336) Developing Self-Discipline and Preventing and Correcting Misbehavior by George G. Bear (ISBN: 0205293530) Authentic Classroom Management: Creating a Learning Community and Building Reflective Practice, 2/e by Barbara Larrivee (ISBN: 0205380883)