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Developing a Learning Classroom : Moving Beyond Management Through Relationships, Relevance, and Rigor



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This is the edition with a publication date of 6/13/2012.
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This practical guide for new and seasoned teachers struggling with student behavior and engagement provides brain-based instructional strategies for building relationships with students that allow teachers to focus on learning rather than managing behavior.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
About the Authorsp. ix
What Is a Learning Classroom? How to Develop Relationships, Relevance, and Rigorp. 1
Who Am I Who Teaches? How Knowing Oneself Impacts Practicep. 13
Who Are the Students We Teach? How Knowing Our Students Affects Teaching and Learningp. 27
How Do We Reach Our Students? How Procedures and Clear Expectations Develop a Learning Classroomp. 47
How Do We Teach Our Students? How to Engage Students in Their Own Learning With Rigor and Relevancep. 65
How Do We Know If Our Students Are Learning? How to Assess and Motivate Studentsp. 85
How Do We Stay in the Game? How to Cultivate Learning Communities for Continual Professional Growthp. 105
Introductory Student Surveyp. 121
Advanced Student Surveyp. 123
Sample Socratic Questions: Tools to Stimulate Critical Thinkingp. 125
Flexible Lesson Designp. 127
Personal Education Planp. 129
Referencesp. 131
Indexp. 133
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