Student-centered classroom management
Classroom management, a critical topic in today's elementary schools (from kindergarten to eighth grade) is addressed in this new text. It does not treat management as a separate educational concern but shows how to connect issues in classroom management and discipline to current themes in curricular design and developmentally appropriate practice. Positive and productive student behavior is closely related to action-based classroom teaching, which promotes meaningful learning and critical thinking.
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