Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-10-01
  • Publisher: Wiley

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The 5th edition of Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community provides more explicit, detailed, and vivid examples as well as in-depth descriptions of actual situations. The text provides more information about differences in handling issues for the elementary, middle, and secondary grades along with specific examples and descriptions for various grade levels. New to this edition are new sections about professional teaching standards that relate to classroom management and discipline along with research on classroom management as it relates to effective teaching. A new first section of the chapter concerning "Working with Colleagues" includes working with other educators, such as school psychologists, school counselors, paraprofessionals, technology coordinators, special education teachers, and instructional coaches or mentors. An expanded discussion in the first section on "Classroom Management Implications for Diverse Classrooms" offers more information about culturally and linguistically students. Furthermore an added section at the end of the chapter on "Getting to Know Your Students" provides reasons and specific strategies to help teachers get to know their students and to recognize the diversity of students in their classroom.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Understanding Management and Discipline in the Classroom

Chapter 2: Models of Discipline

Chapter 3: Preparing for the School Year

Chapter 4: Choosing Rules and Procedures

Chapter 5: Maintaining Appropriate Student Behavior

Chapter 6: Communication Skills for Teaching

Chapter 7: Motivating Students to Learn

Chapter 8: Knowing Your Diverse Students

Chapter 9: Helping Students with Special Needs

Chapter 10: Planning and Conducting Instruction

Chapter 11: Responding to Inappropriate Behavior

Chapter 12: Dealing with Challenging or Violent Students

Chapter 13: Collaborating with Colleagues and Families


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