Classroom Management and Discipline: Methods to Facilitate Cooperation and Instruction
A scholarly synthesis of the research base on classroom management and discipline, Classroom Management and Discipline: Methods to Facilitate Cooperation and Instruction is remarkably easy to read and apply. Comprehensive, up-to-date, and authoritative, it considers the total classroom environment while offering practical strategies for establishing a classroom management system and maintaining order in K-12 classrooms. Appropriate for undergraduate or graduate courses, the text is a valuable resource for beginning and experienced teachers.
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Order in the Classroom
Determining Your Management System
Types of Misbehavior
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