Teach with Discipline
William Prince McLemore
University Press of America, 1994 - Classroom environment - 134 pages
In Teach With Discipline, William Prince McLemore devotes his experience to one of the most pressing, but least addressed, issues in public education todayodiscipline. The objective of this book is to assist teachers with a variety of approaches, strategies, and concrete examples of not only how to resolve discipline problems but also how to prevent these incidents from occurring in the first place. Contents: Classroom Discipline; Multiple Techniques and Methods; Interaction and Classroom Climate; School Personnel, Students, and Parents; Discipline With Determination. Teach With Discipline is a collection of articles by numerous contributors: Sharon Knoll, Robert L. Major, John R. Ban, Paula C. Wood, William Stainback, Susan Stainback, Len Froyen, Tom Lovitt, Hugh H. Carberry, Kirby Morgan, Hilmar Wagner, Patricia H. Berne, Joseph P. Cangemi, John F. Lordon, and Kenneth Polakowski."
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