Teacher's Pocket Guide for Effective Classroom Management / Edition 1

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Short and easy-to-follow, yet research-based, guide for every elementary/secondary educator who has students with behavior problems in his or her classroom.
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Editorial Reviews

University of South Florida - Glen Dunlap
"An outstanding, easy-to-read guidebook that will be immensely useful for teachers, written by an author who knows what he is talking about. It is authoritative but written in an enjoyable, conversational style."
University of South Florida - Don Kincaid
"Valuable and practical . . . I thought of all my teacher friends and colleagues and how such a readable resource might improve their teaching lives and classrooms."
Professor and Associate Dean for Research, Development and Graduate Studies, University of Missouri - Tim Lewis
"The perfect book to read at the start of each term to remind and refocus [educators]."
West Virginia Department of Education-Office of Special Programs, Coordinator of Emotional/Behavior Disorders - Frances E. Clark
"Very user-friendly, with tons of great ideas and strategies to use in the classroom to create a climate of acceptance and success for all learners."
parent of a student with autism - Sharon Ann Ballard-Krishnan
"Dr. Knoster hit the nail right on the head: Relationships are everything, especially for struggling learners. This book has been long overdue. I hope that all future teachers will have the opportunity to read it."
Lehigh University - Linda M. Bambara
"Filled with powerful principles to promote successful classrooms, this easy-to-read book is a must read for all teachers."
Educational Research Service
"A valuable resource for administrators and school leaders, particularly those planning to lead inservices on classroom management."
The Midwest Book Review
"Written in a light hearted manner sure to please educators who have been looking over thick textbooks all day . . . Essential for any teacher of a primary or secondary classroom class and for community library education collections."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557669186
  • Publisher: Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim Knoster, Ed.D., is an associate professor in the School of Education,
College of Professional Studies, at
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and also serves as Executive
Director of the international Association for Positive Behavior Support. Dr.
Knoster (or Tim, as he prefers) has been involved with preservice and inservice teacher training since the mid-
1980s. He has worn many hats throughout his career, including that of classroom teacher, Director of Student Support
Services and Special Education, and Principal
Investigator on federal projects focused on classroom and student-centered behavior intervention and support.
In addition, Dr. Knoster has extensive experience in providing professional development for classroom teachers throughout the United States and has been the recipient of various awards for his endeavors in this regard. He has extensively published manuscripts,
training materials, and other practitioner-oriented resources concerning the linkages among research,
policy, and practice in the classroom. Most important,
Dr. Knoster has an uncanny ability to help teachers interpret the research literature on behavioral matters in a way that enables them to translate that same research into practical strategies and approaches in their classrooms. Along these same lines, Dr. Knoster has a national reputation of being a dynamic advocate,
leader, and presenter concerning classroom management and student-centered behavior intervention and support.

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