The Nitty-Gritty Classroom and Behavior Management Resource will help teachers better relate to, understand, and love their job by providing a professional resource that contains innovative ideas, visuals, and reproducibles that can be referenced quickly to help make the job easier. This comprehensive resource offers practical teaching techniques, solutions, and tips on: · Planning and designing your classroom environment made easy to include seating arrangements, centers, a class library, a guided reading group area, a daily schedule, displaying objectives, bulletin boards, and setting up a word wall. · Developing plans with ease for long range and short range, observations, substitutes, and the first week of school. · Implementing formative and summative assessments, rubrics, student-teacher conferences, and goal setting. · Record keeping through the use of student portfolios, anecdotal notes, grade books, and data binders. · Ways to prevent discipline problems by implementing tried and true behavior management strategies. · Establishing a home-school connection with newsletters, report cards, conferences, and parent volunteers. · Differentiating lessons according to student needs. · Methods for teaching reading groups and managing centers. · Ideas for integrating the hidden curriculum such as the morning news, calendar time, spelling, writing, and field trips.
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About the Author
Belinda Christine Tetteris is a Baltimore county public school teacher for the state of Maryland with many years of teaching experience in elementary education for both urban and rural school districts.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Classroom Set Up Made Easy Chapter 2 Quick and Easy Bulletin Board Displays Chapter 3 Planning Efficiently and Effectively Chapter 4 Record Keeping Made Simple Chapter 5 Substitute Plans in a Snap Chapter 6 Ready Made Plans for the First Week of School Chapter 7 Behavior Management Strategies Chapter 8 Home-School Connection Ideas Chapter 9 Methods for Teaching Reading Groups and Managing Centers Chapter 10 Helpful Hints on Implementing the Hidden Curriculum Chapter 11 Useful Graphic Organizers