Classroom Karma: Positive Teaching, Positive Behaviour, Positive Learning

Classroom Karma: Positive Teaching, Positive Behaviour, Positive Learning

by David Wright
     
 

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A positive and calm classroom environment enriches the teaching and learning experience for teachers and children alike. Using his invaluable experience working in pupil referral units and as a head teacher, David Wright shows how the ideal primary classroom environment can be achieved through many useful practical ideas and suggestions.

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A positive and calm classroom environment enriches the teaching and learning experience for teachers and children alike. Using his invaluable experience working in pupil referral units and as a head teacher, David Wright shows how the ideal primary classroom environment can be achieved through many useful practical ideas and suggestions.

Backed by up-to-date research on how we learn and how best to teach, the clear and concise chapters cover broad teaching skills including:

  • how to create a positive learning environment where pupils feel valued, prepared to leave their 'comfort zone', and willing to ask questions
  • understanding what effects certain aspects of your behaviour can have on children
  • behaviour management strategies that allow the children to take responsibility for their actions
  • making the most of colleagues, parents and your community to provide memorable learning experiences.

Written by a teacher for teachers, Classroom Karma is essential reading for all those looking to establish a successful learning environment where pupils feel valued and motivated in the primary classroom and beyond.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781843123545
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
03/31/2006
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.42(d)

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