Preventing Discipline Problems, K-12
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Preventing Discipline Problems, K-12

Cued to Classroom Management Training Handbook
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ISBN-13:
9781610483865
Seiten:
498
Autor:
Howard Seeman
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book helps real teachers deal more effectively with administration, parents, substitute or cluster teaching, bullying, creating a safe classroom environment, and with students who demonstrate a variety of behavioral problems. The author, Howard Seeman, demonstrates how to handle and prevent these common classroom problems.
Preventing Discipline Problems, K-12: Cued to Classroom Management Training Handbook covers every aspect of classroom management and illustrates how to tap into the teacher’s most influential tool in the classroom: the person inside the teacher. Schools across the United States, as well as 15 other countries, use this text and accompanying training handbook to help train teachers to negotiate classroom problems.

This book helps real teachers deal more effectively with administration, parents, substitute or cluster teaching, bullying, creating a safe classroom environment, and with students who demonstrate a variety of behavioral problems. The author, Howard Seeman, demonstrates how to handle and prevent these various situations. Included in each chapter are self-training, hands-on practice exercises and helpful guidelines and checklists to assist the beginning or veteran teacher.

Online course and a live-action training DVD are available. Please contact Howard Seeman at hokaja@aol.com.
Preface to the Fourth Edition

Preface to the Third Edition


Preface to the Second Edition


Preface to the First Edition





Part I: Understanding the Problem and the Proper Approach


Chapter 1: Using This Book as a Handbook


Chapter 2: Why Many Attempts Have Been Inadequate


Chapter 3: You’re Not Alone: “Right in the Middle of My Lesson, This Kid Suddenly ...”


Chapter 4: When Should You Call It: “A Discipline Problem”?


Chapter 5: From the Horse’s Mouth: “I Like to Bug Mr. Johnson Because He Always ...”





Part II: Prevention: Locating the Sources of Disruptive Behavior


Chapter 6: From Outside Your Classroom


Chapter 7: From the Environment of Your Classroom


Chapter 8: From the Interactions Between You and Your Students


Chapter 9: From the Delivery of Your Lesson Plan





Part III: Preventing and Handling the Sources of Disruptive Behavior


Chapter 10: Dealing with Those That Are Somewhat Out of Your Hands


Chapter 11: Repairing Your Student-Teacher Interactions


Chapter 12: Preventing Your Rules from Falling Apart and Growing Healthy Students


Chapter 13: Specifics


Chapter 14: Repairing the Delivery of Your Lesson Plan: 113 Engagement Methods


Chapter 15: The Substitute Teacher


Chapter 16: Epilogue: “Teachers: You Matter!”





Bibliography


Index


About the Author

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