Classroom Management: Sound Theory and Effective Practice

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2007 - Education - 433 pages
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Tauber describes how educators can manage their classrooms by introducing readers to some of the basic discipline theories and showing them how they can apply these theories in a practical manner.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
3
CHAPTER 2
17
CHAPTER 3
35
PART II
59
CHAPTER 4
61
CHAPTER 5
95
CHAPTER 6
123
CHAPTER 7
145
CHAPTER 12
287
CHAPTER 13
321
CHAPTER 14
333
CHAPTER 15
347
APPENDIX I
355
APPENDIX II
359
APPENDIX III
365
APPENDIX IV
369

CHAPTER 8
171
CHAPTER 9
197
PART III
225
CHAPTER 10
227
CHAPTER 11
259
REFERENCES
371
AUTHOR INDEX
387
SUBJECT INDEX
393
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
399
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About the author (2007)

ROBERT T. TAUBER is Professor Emeritus, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, Erie, The Behrend College. He has taught and counseled K-12 and has taught at the university level for 35 years. While at Behrend College, he taught a variety of education courses, supervised students on field experience, and served as Dean's Representative for the College of Education. After retiring from Pennsylvania State University as Professor Emeritus, Dr. Tauber continues to teach graduate courses as an Adjunct Professor at Gannon University, Erie, Penn. and as Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He has published, both nationally and internationally, and has served two sabbaticals, one at Durham University (U.K.) and one at the University of Melbourne (Australia).

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