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Managing Classroom Behavior and Discipline : Practical Strategies for Successful Classrooms - Jim Walters

Managing Classroom Behavior and Discipline

Practical Strategies for Successful Classrooms

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An ideal guide for new teachers, this resource provides up-to-date research-based theory and practical applications to help teachers effectively establish and maintain classroom discipline. Learn to create and manage an enriching classroom environment with models that are simple and easy to apply to any classroom situation. Topics include classroom rules, standards of conduct, lesson planning, unruly students, students with special needs, communicating with parents, and more! Packed with background information, underlying principles, and ideas, this book is perfect for staff development sessions. 224pp.

Introductionp. 7
Examine Your Classroom Management Practicesp. 11
Classroom Management vs. Classroom Disciplinep. 13
Examine Your Current Practicesp. 14
Taking the Time to Reflectp. 18
Establishing Strategies That Inspire Student Academic Successp. 19
Teacher Conductp. 21
Reflectionp. 32
Providing a Positive Learning Environmentp. 33
The Emotional and Physical Environmentsp. 34
Connecting the Constructed Environment to Instructional Lessonsp. 35
How to Help Children Feel Good About Themselvesp. 37
Consider the Affective Filterp. 41
What Are Your Expectations?p. 42
How Do You Create a Peaceful Classroom?p. 45
Reflectionp. 50
Preparing Your Classroom for Successp. 51
Establishing Initial Expectations in Planning Standards of Conductp. 52
Establishing Standards of Conductp. 53
Classroom Rulesp. 54
Logical and Natural Consequences for Student Behaviorp. 57
Getting Students' Attention With Signalsp. 61
Effective Room Arrangementsp. 65
Reflectionp. 72
Keeping All Students on Taskp. 73
Student Engagement Starts With Well-Planned Lessonsp. 74
Learning Modalitiesp. 75
Appropriate Use of Instructional Time and Proceduresp. 80
Proximity and Classroom Managementp. 84
Helping Every Student Work on Taskp. 86
Working With Centers in the Classroomp. 96
Reducing Transition Timep. 102
Reflectionp. 105
Don't Let Everyday Problems Get in Your Wayp. 107
Student Responsibility in Resolving Conflictp. 108
Five Primary Causes of Misbehaviorp. 110
Physical Needs That Get in the Wayp. 116
Other Things That Can Get to Youp. 121
Six Guidelines for Handling Common Misbehaviorsp. 130
Reflectionp. 135
Students With Behavior Needsp. 137
General Principles of Crisis Interventionp. 138
Individual Work and Behavior Contractsp. 140
Challenging Scenariosp. 146
Reflectionp. 157
Students With Special Needsp. 159
Students With Disabilities or Special Needsp. 160
Working With Students With Special Needsp. 163
Working With Students With ADD/ADHDp. 169
Reflectionp. 172
Communicating and Working With Parentsp. 173
What Every Parent Believesp. 174
Ways of Communicating With Parentsp. 176
When You Call Parentsp. 179
Parent Conferencesp. 182
Reflectionp. 192
Bringing In Help With Peer Consultationp. 193
Mentoring and Peer Coachingp. 195
What Should You Expect From Peer Consultation?p. 199
Reflectionp. 201
Creating Your Own Classroom Discipline Planp. 203
Different Models for Considerationp. 204
Creating an Effective Planp. 207
Reflectionp. 214
Referencesp. 215
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ISBN: 9781425803780
ISBN-10: 1425803784
Series: Practical Strategies for Successful Classrooms
Audience: General
For Ages: 18+ years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 26th March 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 17.9  x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.36
Edition Number: 1