In today's educational community we struggle to creatively provide students sound structure in the classroom to foster a positive and safe learning environment. Jacobs and Langley try to dispel the notion that behavior is the only issue to consider when putting together a good, solid classroom management plan. Real Classroom Management: Whose Job Is It? demonstrates how a successful classroom management plan includes the entire environment_organization of materials, layout of the classroom and school facility, administrative support, and parental involvement_and show how professional learning communities help incorporate various factors to create a positive learning experience for all students.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Role of the Teachers Chapter 2 The Role of the Administrators Chapter 3 The Role of the Parents Chapter 4 The Involvement of the Community