Discipline and the Disruptive Child: A New, Expanded Practical Guide for Elementary Teachers
Spells out how teachers can get students to do what they want them to do. Shows how to subdue and control the bully, the smart-aleck, the exhibitionist, win the rowdy pupil's respect, and more.
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ESTABLISHING YOURSELF AS THE TEACHER
The Figure of Authority
Preventing Children with Problems from Making Problem Classes
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