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

ISBN-10: 1452203881
ISBN-13: 9781452203881
Edition: 2012
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Description: 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  More...

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Book details

List price: $20.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 9/5/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 152
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682

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.

Joan E. Sieber, a psychologist and Professor Emerita, California State University, East Bay, has specialized in empirical research on questions of scientific ethics, culturally sensitive methods of research and intervention, data sharing methodology, and scholarship on ethical problem solving. In 2001-2002, she was Acting Director of the National Science Foundation program Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science and Technology. She is the author of eight books and numerous other publications including software and encyclopedia entries on ethical problem solving in social and behavioral research.Nic Cooper, Ed.D., LPC, LMSW, has 34 years of experience in public education as a counselor, alternative education developer, assistant principal and principal. He spent most of his career at the middle school level after beginning as a high school counselor. Prior to his retirement, his middle school was named as one of Michigan's first Schools to Watch in 2006. He has also worked as a substance abuse counselor and a probation officer. After his retirement from public education, he became a full-time faculty member in the teacher education program at Baker College in Jackson, MI and a part-time leadership coach for the Center for Excellence in Education at Central Michigan University. A certified counselor and social worker, Nic also works part-time as a therapist at Still Waters Counseling in Saline, MI. He is the state director for the Schools to Watch program, a recognition program for exemplary middle schools presented through the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform. He is the co-author with Rick McCoy of a book for parents of adolescents entitled How to Keep Being a Parent When Your Child Stops Being a Child. He is a board member for the Michigan Association of Middle School Educators and the Michigan Association of Teacher Educators and is a member of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform. He presents at state and national conferences on classroom development, healing teaching staffs in conflict, and addressing the needs of at-risk students, among other topics.

Acknowledgments
About the Authors
What Is a Learning Classroom? How to Develop Relationships, Relevance, and Rigor
Who Am I Who Teaches? How Knowing Oneself Impacts Practice
Who Are the Students We Teach? How Knowing Our Students Affects Teaching and Learning
How Do We Reach Our Students? How Procedures and Clear Expectations Develop a Learning Classroom
How Do We Teach Our Students? How to Engage Students in Their Own Learning With Rigor and Relevance
How Do We Know If Our Students Are Learning? How to Assess and Motivate Students
How Do We Stay in the Game? How to Cultivate Learning Communities for Continual Professional Growth
Introductory Student Survey
Advanced Student Survey
Sample Socratic Questions: Tools to Stimulate Critical Thinking
Flexible Lesson Design
Personal Education Plan
References
Index

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