Discipline and the Disruptive Child: A New, Expanded Practical Guide for Elementary Teachers

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Parker Publishing Company, 1992 - Education - 268 pages
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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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Contents

ESTABLISHING YOURSELF AS THE TEACHER
1
The Figure of Authority
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Preventing Children with Problems from Making Problem Classes
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