Classroom Management Strategies: Gaining and Maintaining Students' Cooperation
In the Sixth Edition, the practical orientation of prior editions has been retained with its pedagogy that leads pre-service and in-service teachers to discover how to apply research-based strategies in their own classroom. Teachers are prompted to analyze, contrast, and compare the cases - leading them to develop strategies for (a) establishing safe, nurturing classroom communities, (b) efficiently managing classroom time, (c) fostering cooperative relationships and healthy productive interactions, (d) effectively communicating with students and their parents, (e) establishing and enforcing standards of conduct and procedures for classroom routines, (f) collaborating in the development and implementation of schoolwide safety and discipline policies, (g) working with individual differences among students, (h) accommodating students' exceptionalities, (i) utilizing the diversity among students to build strong, productive classroom communities, (j) teaching students to productively manage conflict, (k) motivating students to engage in learning activities, (l) conducting engaging learning activities, (m) effectively teaching students to supplant off-task behaviors with on-task behaviors, and (n) effectively dealing with misbehaviors - both nonviolent and violent.
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James S. Cangelosi
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