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Authentic Classroom Management Creating a Learning Community and Building Reflective Practice

ISBN-10: 020557856X
ISBN-13: 9780205578566
Edition: 3rd 2009
Authors: Barbara Larrivee
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Book details

List price: $121.40
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/20/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 408
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.728
Language: English

Key Benefit:With a comprehensive range of philosophies and strategies, this book narrows the gap between the theories of classroom management and the daily practices that teachers employ. Key Topics:The author presents alternative ways to integrate a multi-dimensional perspective, support positive classroom behavior, become a reflective practitioner, and develop students self-management and coping skills. Market:Pre- and in-service teachers.

Demands of Todays Classroom
Changing Structure of American Society
Emerging Beliefs about Quality Teaching and Classroom Management
Guiding Assumptions about Effectively Managing Todays Classroom
Reflection: A Vital Tool for Navigating Life in Today's Classroom
On Becoming a Reflective Practitioner
Levels of Reflection
Developing the Practice of Self-Reflection
Examining Core Beliefs, Assumptions, and Expectations
Practices to Enhance Reflection
A Multidimensional Approach to Classroom Management
The Balancing Act: The Many Faces of Classroom Management
Setting the Stage: Preventive Planning
Deciding to Intervene
Alternatives for Managing in the Multicultural Classroom
Intervention Escalation
Building a Democratic Learning Community
Community Building in Schools
How Teachers Create a Sense of Community
Developing Rituals and Traditions for Community Building
Activities to Build Community among Students
Attributes of a Caring, Democratic Community: Respect, Authenticity, Thoughtfulness, and Emotional Integrity (RATE)
Choice and Voice: Fundamentals of a Democratic Learning Community
Keeping Communication Channels Open
The Potential Perils of Praise as a Management Tool
Alternatives to Praise: Authentic Responses to Students
Inviting versus Inhibiting Communication
Inhibiting Communication: The Language of Disrespect
Inviting Communication: The Language of Respect
Listening: An Essential Element of Supportive Relationships
Managing a Learning Community
Integrating Theories of Development into Classroom Practice
Moving beyond Reacting to Responding below the Surface
Types of Authority
Glassers Managing without Coercion: Satisfying Student Needs
Restitution: Helping Students Become Self-directed and Self-disciplined
Dreikurss Democratic Discipline: Identifying Students Mistaken Goals
Ginotts Congruent Communication: Sane TeachersSane Messages
Managing by Rewards and Consequences
Using Rewards and Consequences: Some Issues and Concerns
Basic Principles of Behavior Modification
Instead of Punishment
Behavioral Support, Not Behavior Management
Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) for Designing Effective
Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP)
Managing Students Who Exhibit More Challenging and Troubling Behavior
Current Perspectives on Educating Students with Behavioral and Emotional Problems
Addressing Aggressive Behavior
Developing Resilience
Developmental Therapy-Developmental Teaching
Attachment Theory: Implications for Discipline and Classroom Management
School Violence
Approach is to Violence Prevention
Supporting Students to Develop as Self-Regulated
Self-regulation and Social-emotional Learning (SEL)
Strategies for Enhancing Social-emotional Learning
Implications of Brain Research for Social-emotional Learning
Teaching Cognitive Behavior Management (CBM) Strategies
Teaching Anger Management
Using Classroom Meetings to Develop Decision-making and Problem-solving Skills
Conflict and Stress Management Strategies
Teaching Students Conflict Management Strategies
Processes for Resolving Conflict

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