Solving Discipline and Classroom Management Problems : Methods and Models for Today's Teachers

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  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 9/1/2008
  • Publisher: Wiley

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In the seventh edition, teachers will find a wealth of information about classroom management strategies that have been proven successful in the field. Each model is introduced clearly and comprehensively. This includes vignettes, a glossary of terms, Teacher Behavior Continuum construct, and the strengths and limitations of each model. At the end of each chapter, a 15-point test is included to reinforce concepts. An Honorable Mention feature is also presented that describes other discipline models. Teachers will find a wide range of methods and practical advice for solving discipline problems.

Author Biography

Charles Wolfgang is a professor in the department of Childhood Education, Reading and Disability Services at Florida State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and specializes in cognitive process, discipline models, early childhood education, and teacher education.

Table of Contents

Discipline, Management and Teacher Power
Behavior Analysis Model
Behavior Education Program (BEP) and Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tools for Teaching: Discipline, Instruction, and Motivation
Assertive Discipline
Linda Albert's Cooperative Discipline and the Dreikurs/Adlerian
Glasser's Reality Therapy, Control Theory, and the Quality School
Love and Logic (including Glasser)
Discipline with Dignity (Curwin/Mendler)
Teacher Effectiveness Training Model - T.E.T.
Designing Your Own Model of Discipline
The Peer Mediation Model
The Judicious Discipline Model (moral/ethical considerations)
Skillstreaming-Teaching Prosocial Skills
Bullying Prevention in Schools and Classrooms
Managing Student Violent Assaults and Breaking Up Student Fights
Classroom Management: As a Discipline Preventive Process
Classroom Management: The Diversity Learner (cultural and economic)
Appendix: Classroom Discipline Situations
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