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How to plan for behaviour development and classroom management : maximising student engagement

Author: R G Cope
Publisher: Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. : Pearson Education Australia, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Through this text, students are introduced to a strategic scaffold within which a variety of proactive, supportive, maintenance and reactive tactics can be planned in order to develop appropriate behaviour in students and cooperative school and classroom environments where learning happens. The main objectives of the text are to: (a) Review the major research and theoretical constructs relating to the development  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R G Cope
ISBN: 0733983391 9780733983399
OCLC Number: 137333918
Notes: "A Pearson Education Australia Sprintprint."
Previous ed. 2005 titled 'How to make a classroom management plan'
Description: vi, 143 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: Preface: What Does This Book Tell Me? --
1. How to Make a Personal Behaviour Development and Classroom Management Plan --Proactive Classrom Environments: developing a nice place to learn --
2. First Encounters of the Successful Kind; Featured Model, Douglas Brooks' Starting the Year Well --
3. Develop a Code of Behaviour and Efficient Classroom Processes; Featured Model, Canter's Assertive Discipline --
4. Design the Physical Environment for Utmost Participation; Featured Model, Fredrick Jones' Efficient Help --
5. Preparing and Directing Students' Work for Maximum Involvement and Accountability; Featured Model, Cope and Stewart's Judicious Behaviour Management --
Supportive Environments: developing the classroom as 'a nice place to be' --
6. Communicating for a Friendly But Efficient Classroom Environment; Featured Models, Gordon's Teacher Effectiveness Training, Ginnot's Sane Messages and Berne's Win-win. --
7. Rewarding, Encouraging and Praising --
Maybe; Featured Model, Dreikurs' The Perils of Praise --
8. Keeping Kids on Song; Featured Model, Kounin's Efficient and Inefficient Teachers. 9. Gently and Smoothly Maintaining Pupils OnTask; Featured Model, Bill Rogers' Decisive Discipline --
Corrective Systems --10. The Pitfalls of Punishment and How to Do it Skilfully Anyhow; Featured Model, Family Therapy and Systems Theory --
11. When it Goes Pearshape; Dealing with Really Difficult Situations; Featured Model, Glasser and Ford on Problem Solving and Self Discipline --
References --
Appendices: Example of Behaviour Development and Classroom Management Plans.
Responsibility: by Bob Cope.

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"Through this text, students are introduced to a strategic scaffold within which a variety of proactive, supportive, maintenance and reactive tactics can be planned in order to develop appropriate behaviour in students and cooperative school and classroom environments where learning happens. The main objectives of the text are to: (a) Review the major research and theoretical constructs relating to the development of cooperative learning environments; (b) Detail and critically evaluate the variety of discipline models that work and are currently used in Australia; (c) Understand how to best apply strategies and tactics to promote cooperative learning environments and student learning; (d) Show the reader how to develop a personal behaviour development and classroom management plan."--Pearson Ed.

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