This collection brings the works of nine recognized experts who bring the best classroom management techniques and practices together in one power-packed volume.
About the Author
Learn more about Jane Bluestein's PD offeringsA dynamic and entertaining speaker, Jane Bluestein has worked with thousands of educators, counselors, health care professionals, parents, child care workers, and other community members worldwide. She has appeared internationally as a speaker and talk-show guest, including several appearances as a guest expert on CNN, National Public Radio, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Bluestein specializes in programs and resources geared to provide practical and meaningful information, training, and hope in areas related to relationship building, effective instruction and guidance, and personal development. Much of her work focuses on interactions between adults and children, especially children at risk. Her down-to-earth speaking style, practicality, sense of humor, and numerous stories and examples make her ideas clear and accessible to her audiences.
Bluestein is an award-winning author whose books include Creating Emotionally Safe Schools; High School’s Not Forever; 21st Century Discipline; Being a Successful Teacher; Parents in a Pressure Cooker; Parents, Teens, & Boundaries; The Parent’s Little Book of Lists: Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Parenting; Mentors, Masters, and Mrs. Mc Gregor: Stories of Teachers Making a Difference; and Daily Riches: A Journal of Gratitude and Awareness. Bluestein’s latest book is entitled The Win-Win Classroom.
Formerly a classroom teacher in inner-city Pittsburgh, PA, a crisis-intervention counselor, a teacher training program coordinator, and a volunteer with high-risk teens at a local day treatment program, Bluestein currently heads Instructional Support Services, Inc., a consulting and resource firm in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Table of Contents
Preface - Jane BluesteinIntroduction - Jane BluesteinAbout the EditorAbout the Contributors1. Managing a Win-Win Classroom - Jane Bluestein2. They're Here - Renee Rosenblum-Lowden and Felicia Lowden Kimmel3. Handling Social Misbehavior - David A. Sousa4. Addressing Students Who Cause Class Disruptions - Kay Burke5. Dealing With Difficult Students - Donna Walker Tileston6. Understanding The RCM Plan™ - J. Allen Queen and Bob Algozzine7. Harnessing and Channeling Anger Into Constructive Outlets - Marilyn E. Gootman8. Avoid Win-Lose Power Strategies - Jane Bluestein9. Understand the Behaviors of Students With Emotional and/or Behavioral Disorders - Roger Pierangelo and George GiulianiReferences