9780132693233

Classroom Management Models, Applications and Cases

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  • ISBN13:

    9780132693233

  • ISBN10:

    0132693232

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/5/2012
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

In Classroom Management; Models, Applications, and Cases, Third Edition, pre-service teachers and administrators are given a wealth of information and activities that will prepare them to develop and apply a personal classroom management philosophy. Using a models approach, Manning and Bucher present a thorough discussion of the theories, models, and philosophies of classroom management; tackle the growing problems of school violence and bullying(including the "safe school" movement and cyber-bullying); and give thoughtful discussion to diversity and classroom management. Accessible and practical, this book will help guide educators toward developing and applying a personal classroom management philosophy all their own that can be applied immediately in the classroom.

Author Biography

Dr. M. Lee Manning has been working to improve the educational experiences and overall well being of children for thirty years.  Dr. Manning is a Professor and Eminent Scholar in the Department of Educational Curriculum and Instruction at Old Dominion University. He taught 5th, 6th, and 7th grade language arts for five years in the public schools of South Carolina.  Dr. Manning came to Old Dominion University in 1992. His professional interests and expertise include language arts, multicultural education, and classroom management. 

 

Dr. Manning has authored or co-authored 33 books and over 200 journal articles. Some of these journal articles have appeared in Kappa Delta Pi Record, Phi Delta Kappan, Childhood Education, Middle School Journal, Educational Horizons, High School Journal, The ALAN Review, and the English Journal.  Selected books include Teaching in the Middle School  3e (Prentice-Hall Publishing, with Dr. Katherine Bucher of Old Dominion University), Multicultural Education of Children and Adolescents 5e (Allyn and Bacon Publishing, with Dr. Leroy  Baruth of Appalachian State University), Developmentally Appropriate Middle Level Schools 2e (published by the Association for Childhood Education International),  and Multicultural Education in Middle Level Schools (published by the National  Middle School Association). He also wrote the textbook, Classroom Management: Models, Applications, and Cases 3e, (Prentice-Hall Publishing, also with Dr. Katherine Bucher of Old Dominion University).  In addition, he has made approximately thirty national presentations about teaching and managing children. 

 

Dr. Katherine Bucher retired as Professor Emerita in the Department of Educational Curriculum and Instruction (ECI) in the Darden College of Education at Old Dominion University.  She served as Assistant Department Chair of ECI and as Graduate Program Director for PreK-6 education, middle school education and K-12 school librarianship.  Dr. Bucher is the author or co-author of several books including Computers and Technology in School Library Media Centers;  Information Technology for Schools; Teaching in the Middle School; Classroom Management: Models, Applications, and Cases; Young Adult Literature, Exploration, Evaluation and Appreciation; and Books about the Middle East: Selecting and Using Them with Children and Young Adults.  Dr. Bucher has also written on literature, middle schools, and librarianship for peer-reviewed journals and has presented at various national meetings including Association for Childhood Education International, National Middle School Association, and American Library Association.

Table of Contents

PART I                Understanding The Need For Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 1              Introducing The Concept Of Classroom Management 

 

CHAPTER 2              Safe Classrooms And Safe Schools

 

 

PART II              Exploring General Classroom Management Models

 

CHAPTER 3              Foundations Of Classroom Management:  Skinner, Redl, And Wattenberg; Glasser, Gordon, And Ginott

 

CHAPTER 4              Behavioral Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 5              Ecological Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 6              Self-Regulating Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 7              Exploring The Process-Outcomes Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 8              Supportive Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 9              Community Approaches To Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 10            Whole School Approaches To Classroom Management

 

 

PART  III             Exploring Special Aspects of Classroom Management

 

CHAPTER 11            Classroom Management In Inclusive Classrooms

 

CHAPTER 12            Cultural And Gender Diversity And Classroom Management

 

 

PART IV              Developing a Personal Classroom Management Plan

 

CHAPTER 13            Developing Your Personal Classroom Management Philosophy

 

CHAPTER 14            Applying A Management Philosophy In Your Classroom

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