Elementary Classroom Management: A Student-Centered Approach to Leading and Learning / Edition 1 available in Paperback
A student-centered classroom management approach that guides elementary teachers in leading their students and managing the classroom Elementary Classroom Management: A Student-Centered Approach to Leading and Learning provides the information and resources that teachers need to design a classroom management system that incorporates the principles of autonomy, belonging, competency, democracy, and motivation. This text includes stories, strategies, research, and reflection tools to help teachers effectively manage the spaces, procedures, and pedagogy of the classroom environment. Key Features
- Stimulates teachers to reflect on the needs and motivations of their students
- Offers a "right question" rather than a "right answer" approach to help teachers design their own unique classroom management programs
- Provides real stories, case studies, and letters from master teachers to help readers construct environments that meet the needs of all students
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Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: A VISION FOR CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT1. Autonomy, Belonging, and Competency for Children2. Creating Democratic Communities3. Motivation and Classroom ManagementSECTION TWO: STRUCTURES AND TOOLS FOR CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT4. Pedagogical Structures For Managing Learning5. Creating Thinking Classrooms6. Leading and Learning With a Whole Group of StudentsSECTION THREE: CREATING CLASSROOMS THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF INDIVIDUALS7. Recognizing, Accommodating, and Advocating for Children With Special Needs8. Language and Literature as Classroom Management Tools9. Asking Students, Parents, and School Resources for HelpSECTION FOUR: MAKING A CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN YOUR OWN INSIDE AND OUTSIDE10. Creating a Classroom Arrangement that Promotes Autonomy, Belonging, and Competency11. Managing Beyond the Boundaries of the Classroom12. Making the Classroom Your Own: A Beginning