'This is the best book I've read on classroom discipline. Classroom management and discipline are tough topics for teachers. Marcia Tate includes fantastic ideas in a non-threatening manner' - Kathryn McCormick, Math Teacher, Gahanna Middle School East, OH 'Teachers of any grade level, Pre-K through adult, can benefit from this book. It is an easy read with useful ideas that are backed up by quality research. Teachers can read about a strategy very quickly, learn why it is important, discover the steps for implementation, and begin reflecting on how to apply the strategy to their own classroom' - Denise Leonard, Beginning Teacher, Support and Assessment Staff Development Teacher, Torrance Unified School District, CA Classroom management is the number one issue for both new teachers and experienced educators. Best-selling author Marsha L. Tate shows that with appropriate planning, a classroom manager can reduce learning problems and increase academic achievement. She demonstrates how to cultivate a physical classroom environment conducive to learning, develop a proactive classroom management plan, deliver brain-compatible lessons, and deal with chronic behaviour problems.Providing easy-to-implement strategies, this reader-friendly guide covers the use of lighting, music, humour, constructive conversations, movement, classroom rituals, and parental support to actively engage students in a positive way.
Each chapter follows a consistent structure and contains: / A clear definition of the strategy / The strategy's theoretical framework / Numerous sample classroom applications / Reflective activities for creating your own strategies A renowned speaker, Tate has taught over 125,000 teachers, parents, and community leaders worldwide. Designed to complement her other best-selling books, this new work is sure to be an essential resource for all teachers.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Weight: 472 g
Dimensions: 280 x 216 x 10 mm