Managing Classroom Behavior and Discipline

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An ideal guide for new teachers, this resource provides up-to-date, research-based theory and practical applications to help teachers effectively establish and maintain classroom discipline. Learn to create and manage an enriching classroom environment with models that are simple and easy to apply to any classroom situation. Topics include classroom rules, standards of conduct, lesson planning, unruly students, students with special needs, communicating with parents, and more!An easy to read guide packed with ...

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An ideal guide for new teachers, this resource provides up-to-date, research-based theory and practical applications to help teachers effectively establish and maintain classroom discipline. Learn to create and manage an enriching classroom environment with models that are simple and easy to apply to any classroom situation. Topics include classroom rules, standards of conduct, lesson planning, unruly students, students with special needs, communicating with parents, and more!An easy to read guide packed with background information, underlying principles, and ideas.224 pp.

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Table of Contents


Introduction     7
Examine Your Classroom Management Practices     11
Classroom Management vs. Classroom Discipline     13
Examine Your Current Practices     14
Taking the Time to Reflect     18
Establishing Strategies That Inspire Student Academic Success     19
Teacher Conduct     21
Reflection     32
Providing a Positive Learning Environment     33
The Emotional and Physical Environments     34
Connecting the Constructed Environment to Instructional Lessons     35
How to Help Children Feel Good About Themselves     37
Consider the Affective Filter     41
What Are Your Expectations?     42
How Do You Create a Peaceful Classroom?     45
Reflection     50
Preparing Your Classroom for Success     51
Establishing Initial Expectations in Planning Standards of Conduct     52
Establishing Standards of Conduct     53
Classroom Rules     54
Logical and Natural Consequences for Student Behavior     57
Getting Students' Attention With Signals     61
Effective Room Arrangements     65
Reflection     72
Keeping All Students on Task     73
Student Engagement Starts With Well-Planned Lessons     74
Learning Modalities     75
Appropriate Use of Instructional Time and Procedures     80
Proximity and Classroom Management     84
Helping Every Student Work on Task     86
Working With Centers in the Classroom     96
Reducing Transition Time     102
Reflection     105
Don't Let Everyday Problems Get in Your Way     107
Student Responsibility in Resolving Conflict     108
Five Primary Causes of Misbehavior     110
Physical Needs That Get in the Way     116
Other Things That Can Get to You     121
Six Guidelines for Handling Common Misbehaviors     130
Reflection     135
Students With Behavior Needs     137
General Principles of Crisis Intervention     138
Individual Work and Behavior Contracts     140
Challenging Scenarios     146
Reflection     157
Students With Special Needs     159
Students With Disabilities or Special Needs     160
Working With Students With Special Needs     163
Working With Students With ADD/ADHD     169
Reflection      172
Communicating and Working With Parents     173
What Every Parent Believes     174
Ways of Communicating With Parents     176
When You Call Parents     179
Parent Conferences     182
Reflection     192
Bringing In Help With Peer Consultation     193
Mentoring and Peer Coaching     195
What Should You Expect From Peer Consultation?     199
Reflection     201
Creating Your Own Classroom Discipline Plan     203
Different Models for Consideration     204
Creating an Effective Plan     207
Reflection     214
References     215
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