Lack of discipline is a top problem facing schools, according to annual Gallup Polls, and thousands of teachers quit each year, citing student discipline as the reason. This newly updated fix-it manual by an award-winning educator and classroom management coach targets student disruptions and teaching inefficiencies that eat up instruction time. This realistic reference helps teachers solve behavior and classroom management problems on the spot, so time is spent educating rather than disciplining. Teachers learn how to deal with behavior issues so that discipline is immediate, the problem ends without paperwork or conferences, and the lesson continues. Written primarily for those teaching in grades 6-12, "Ultimate Classroom Management Handbook" provides succinct, specific answersplus backup plansto the discipline problems and classroom management issues that plague all teachers.
Praise for the First Edition:
A wonderful game plan for success in the classroom. Dave Champion, Principal, Cadillac Junior High School
Examples on what to do and say within the classroom...Great for new teacher programs and college education classes. Kathleen Clark, Teacher, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, Charleston High School
Filled with every possible scenario a teacher could come across...quick, easy solutions that keep your classroom running smoothly. Renee Gussert, Elementary/Middle School Teacher, Cadillac Schools
Gems of knowledge on early teen behavior and classroom management. Laura Stewart, Masters of Education, Certificate of Advanced Study, from Harvard University
Once I started this book, I could not put it down. The techniques are outstanding. Sherry Odom, Huntsville Independent School District, Special Education Department.
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