Today's Best Classroom Management Strategies Paths to Positive Discipline

ISBN-10: 0205510701

ISBN-13: 9780205510702

Edition: 2008

Authors: C. M. Charles

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This text presents ten proven strategies that enable teachers to develop and implement high quality systems of classroom discipline that increase student responsibility and ethical behavior. The contents of the text are organized to address two major tasks that lead to highly effective discipline. The first task, which is addressed before the year or term begins and put in place during the first week, involves initial implementation of an effective system of discipline to begin the year or term. The second task, accomplished over time after school begins, involves working with students and their parents and guardians to progressively enhance the discipline program.
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List price: $72.20
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/20/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

Optimizing Student Success Developing and Implementing a Comprehensive
Optimizing Approach to Classroom Discipline
Developing a Personal System of Discipline
Five Guiding Principles in Building a Personal System of Discipline
Notes on Professionalism, Ethics, and Legalities On-Going Attention to the Five Principles
Three Contributions from Preservice Teachers Two Sample Plans from Teachers
In Service Consultant: Barbara Coloroso on the Purpose and Practice of Discipline
In Summary
Preventing Misbehavior Taking Proactive Steps to Prevent the Occurrence of Misbehavior in the Classroom
Chapter Preview Definitions of Misbehavior
Types of Misbehavior Causes of Misbehavior and What to Do about Them
Causes of Misbehavior that Reside in Individual Students
Causes of Misbehavior that Reside in Class Peers and Groups
Causes of Misbehavior that Reside in Instructional Environments
Causes of Misbehavior that Reside in Teachers and Other School Personnel Recognizing and Correcting Teacher Misbehavior
Consultant: C. M. Charles on Preventing Misbehavior through Synergetic Teaching
In Summary
Clarifying Expectations Explicitly Teaching Students
How They Are Expected to Conduct Themselves in the Classroom
Chapter Preview Clarifying Behavior Expectations for your Class C. M. Charles on the Teacher/Student Cooperative Approach
Consultant: Ronald Morrish on the Teacher-Structured Approach
Consultant: Harry K. Wong on Classroom Procedures A Sample of Wongs Advice
The First Five Minutes are Critical How to Establish Procedures for Your Classroom
Classroom Procedures Must Be Taught About Classrooms, Teachers, and Procedures
About Roles and Responsibilities About Discipline
More about the First Day
About The First Week of Teaching
In Summary
Establishing Trust and Civility Establishing and Maintaining an Atmosphere of Trust and Civility in your Classroom
Chapter Preview The Meaning and Importance of Trust in the Classroom
Ethical Principles that Promote Trust The Meaning and Importance of Civility in the Classroom
Consultant: P. M. Forni on Civility and Considerate Behavior
Consultant: Michele Borba on Developing Moral Intelligence
The Nature of Moral Intelligence
The Seven Virtues of Goodness Why Building
Moral Intelligence is Worth the Effort Teaching
Moral Intelligence in the Schools
The Relation of Moral Intelligence to Classroom Discipline
The Patient Teacher
In Summary
Intervening Positively Dealing with Misbehavior in a Positive and Productive Manner that Maintains Student Cooperation and Preserves Good Relationships
Chapter Preview Normal Tactics for Use at the Moment of Disruption
Suggestions from Haim Ginott Suggestions from Linda Albert Suggestions from William Glasser Suggestions from Marvin Marshall Suggestions from Barbara Coloroso Suggestions from Spencer Kagan Suggestions from Ronald Morrish Suggestions from C. M. Charles Suggestions from Michele Borba Suggestions from EdFord Tactics for Use with Students who are More Difficult to Manage Richard Curwin and Allen Mendler on At-Risk Students Marvin Marshall on Working with Disaffected
Teenagers Barbara Coloroso on Dealing with Bullying and Hate Crimes
In Summary
Adjusting Instruction Teaching in a Quality Manner, with the Instructional
Program Aligned with Students Trai
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