Elementary classroom management
Elementary Classroom Management, Second Edition, offers elementary school teachers-in-training a remarkably concise and accessible guide to managing classroom behavior successfully. Written in an informal tone, the text skillfully interweaves research findings with teachers' actual classroom management experiences. A wealth of examples and teacher contributions illustrate and amplify main points.
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The Importance of Classroom Management
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