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Classroom management is possibly the most difficult aspect of the job of teaching. Written by a college professor specializing in classroom management and a classroom teacher with 20-plus years of experience, The Organized Teacher’s Guide to Classroom Management will help you with tips and protocols to assure that a day runs as planned. It examines the leading theories by experts in the educational community and offers concrete suggestions for finding the best theory for your teaching style.
Sidebars will include forms, charts, rewards certificates, child-teacher or parent-teacher contracts for homework, attendance or discipline, and other useful documents. All forms will be included as PDFs on a CD-ROM, so you can easily pop them in your computer and send to the printer instead of fumbling with the copy machine.
- An all-in-one resource and checklist for teachers of grades K-6, any subject
- Reproducible pages (also contained on a CD-ROM) ready to use
Topics include: Theorists;
Organizing Your Classroom and Supplies;
Establishing Rules and Consequences;
Getting off to a Good Start;
Knowing Your Support Team;
Planning, Instruction and Assessment;
Managing Active Learning;
Different Instructional Challenges;
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About the Author
Kimberly Persiani-Becker, Ed.D., is a tenured professor of Curriculum and Instruction at California State University, Los Angeles, teaching courses in classroom design and management, classroom discipline, English language acquisition and multicultural children's literature. She presents at local and international conferences for bilingual education, children's literature, gender equity and moral and character education.
Steve Springer is a fulltime classroom teacher with a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University, with a special focus on the arts throughout the subject areas and the incorporation of technology into the curriculum. He also presents at bilingual conferences, new teacher conferences and regularly attends children's literature conferences. He has written and/or illustrated six McGraw-Hill titles.