Relationship-Driven Classroom Management: Strategies That Promote Student Motivation

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SAGE Publications, Mar 14, 2003 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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Relationship-Driven Classroom Management is the only book to combine resiliency, classroom management, and discipline. It differes from other classroom management books in its focus on preserving and enhancing teacher-student relationships for improved classroom management by enhancing teacher-student connections, this approach also promotes social-emotional competency and protects children from future risk the author provides concise and complete foundation in concepts such as resiliency along with specific techniques for translating theory into practice.

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John M. Vitto is a parent, special educator, school psychologist, and author. He specializes in behavior management, prevention programs, solution-focused counseling, reality therapy, and con­flict resolution. In addition to his work in schools, he has worked in two psychiatric hospitals and in private practice. John is an adjunct instructor at Mount Union College. He is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists, Council for Exceptional Children, and the American School Counseling Association. John has presented at state conferences on relation­ship building, conflict management, and the creation of optimal learning environments for students. He enjoys jazz music, movies, and exercising. Questions or comments can be directed to jmvitto@aol.com.    

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