Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers
Allyn and Bacon, 2000 - Classroom management - 244 pages
Based on extensive research conducted by the authors in more than 500 classrooms over the past 25 years, this best-selling book presents students with a thoroughly practical, hands-on approach to classroom management. It helps an instructor perform one of the most basic tasks for a teacher -- to develop a smoothly running classroom that encourages learning! Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers gives teachers the information and skills they need to establish classroom management systems.Written for the prospective elementary level teacher, the content is organized so that it can be readily applied in the classroom setting. It addresses the planning decisions teachers must make -- arranging the physical space, establishing rules and procedures, planning and conducting instruction, maintaining appropriate behavior, addressing problem behavior, using good communication skills, and managing special groups. All examples, checklists, case studies, and group activities are at the elementary level.
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Choosing Rules and Procedures
Managing Student Work
Getting Off to a Good Start
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