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Not in My Classroom! A Teacher's Guide to Effective Classroom Management

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ISBN-10: 1598693425

ISBN-13: 9781598693423

Edition: 2007

Authors: Frederick C. Wootan, Catherine H. Mulligan

List price: $15.99
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It's been a whole week made up of "one of those days." Your students are not listening. They are not doing their homework. And you can't even get them to sit still. Time to throw in the towel? No-it's time to batten down the hatches. Author Frederick C. Wootan is a teacher who brings business management into the classroom. His solutions to your problems help you get your class back under control. From seating strategies to disciplinary tactics, this user-friendly teaching guide covers it all, including tips on: Building a support network, Communicating and enforcing rules, Issuing a mission statement, Identifying and dealing with problem students, Managing the paperwork, Modernizing your…    
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Book details

List price: $15.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
Publication date: 4/12/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.80" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Frederick C. Wootan (Waynesville, OH), an accomplished writer, entered teaching after thirty successful years in the insurance business. His inspirational book for teens is mandatory outside reading for the juniors at Bishop Fenwick High School, where he teaches. His first education book, Not in My Classroom, brought a business managers approach to classroom management.

Classroom Management-Not an Oxymoron
Preparedness: A Good Teacher Is a Prepared Teacher
Good Classroom Management Is in the Details: Your Long-Range Plan for Success
Good Classroom Management Is in the Sum of the Details: Your Short-Range Plan for Success
Know Your School
Organize Thyself
The Beginning: A Good Teacher Is Very, Very Good on Opening Day
Prep Time at Your School
Getting Their Attention -From Day One
Winning Them Over-The Teacher Who Bonds, Wins
The Middle: The Teacher Who Teaches, Wins
You're the Leader-Or, How to Lead Even When They Don't Want to Follow
The "D" Word-Discipline
The "B" Word-Boredom
Absence Makes the Students Restless
The End: A Good Teacher Keeps Learning
Managing the Paperwork
Building a Support System at School and Elsewhere
Managing Your Career
Overview of Education and Enrollment Trends