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Tips for Success: Strategies to Regain Elementary Classroom Control
Is there a knot in your stomach before you step into class?
Are disruptive, defiant students part of your nightmares?
Is the lack of control of your classroom affecting your lesson plans, your self-confidence, and ultimately your life?
Five time Teacher Award Winner Marjan Glavac shares his 29 years of teaching experience in troubled schools for empowerment of elementary teachers inside the classroom.
This book guides you through tested techniques designed to build rapport with disruptive students, inspire unmotivated kids, overcome the challenges of teaching, together with effective tools and strategies to regain classroom control in the toughest teaching environments from the first to the last day of school.
How To Succeed As An Elementary Teacher contains a bonus online workbook containing blackline masters, additional resources and websites.
You will learn:
Effective and easy techniques to remain calm, stay in control, and teach stress free… even when students are pressing your buttons!
A teaching strategy that will win back your disruptive students.
Anticipating and preventing inappropriate behaviors.
Successful tools to put an end to fights and arguments.
Simple-to-follow procedures that establish discipline on day 1 and ensure you will have a stress-free first day of school followed by a stress-free year!
19 engaging activities to make hectic days less trying and more enjoyable for you and your students.
50 strategies and activities to get a class that has run off the rails back on track.
60 ways to reignite a teacher’s passion in the aftermath of burnout.
For additional resources and information for becoming an effective teacher and making teaching fun, visit: www.TheBusyEducator.com
“Marjan, you are making a difference in the lives of students and in the world.”
Harry and his wife Rosemary are the authors of The First Days of School, which has sold over 5 million copies.
“If you want success in your teaching and be remembered as making a difference in your students, read and follow the strategies in Marjan’s book. It’s a great resource for all teachers. I highly recommend it.”
Multiple New York Times bestselling author, founder and former CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises.
“How to Succeed as an Elementary Teacher” saved my mind. I was at the point in my teaching career where I was having self-doubt whether I was making a difference in my students. Reading the book and using some of the useful suggestions reinforced my decision to become a teacher. Thank you.”
Marian Wood Co-op Teacher
Batchewana First Nation, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario Canada
This is my first year teaching in a public school (fourth grade), and I was ready and willing to accept help wherever I could find it.
I have not been disappointed.
Liz Luebke, Fourth Grade Teacher, El Paso, Texas USA
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Table of Contents
Building the Foundation
Know Your Students: Part 1
Know Your Students: Part 2.
Building Rapport with Individual Students.
Discipline: Rules, Procedures, and Routines
Goal Setting: A Tool of Success
How To Achieve Excellence
Reinforcing the Foundation
Planning to Plan
Motivating Your Class
Connecting Students With Others
Expanding a Student’s Circle of Influence
Getting Outside Help to Connect Students to Others
Building Trust and Respect through Responsibility
Smoothing the Foundation
How to Overcome Obstacles
How to Unstuck A Class
How to Get Yourself Unstuck.
Capping your Successful Foundation
End of the Year Activities
The Last Day