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|ISBN:||1932127836 9781932127836 9781935249016 1935249010|
|Description:||xvi, 283 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)|
|Contents:||Overview of classroom management for academic success. Classroom management : the key to improving academic performance --
Empowering beliefs and expectations. I can transform my classroom management efforts ; My students can behave appropriately ; I can influence my students to behave appropriately ; It is okay to expect appropriate behavior --
Teach responsible behavior for academic success at the beginning of the school year. Part one : conducting a lesson on appropriate behavior ; Part two : create and use a beginning of the year responsible behavior curriculum --
The behavior management cycle. The behavior management cycle : step one, effectively communicate explicit directions ; The behavior management cycle : step two, using behavioral narration ; The behavior management cycle : step three, take corrective action ; Using the behavior management cycle --
Building trusting relationships. Building trusting relationships with students ; Building trusting relationships with parents --
The 2-week turnaround program --
Managing instructional activities to promote academic success. Introduction to instructional activities ; Teacher-directed instruction ; Whole-class discussion ; Sitting on the rug ; Independent work ; Working with a partner ; Teacher works with a small group while other students work independently ; Working in groups ; Working at centers --
Managing procedures for academic success. Introduction to procedures ; Attention-getting signal ; In-seat transitions ; Out-of-seat transitions ; Lining up to leave the classroom ; Walking in line ; Entering the classroom after recess or lunch ; Students going to pull-out programs ; Distributing and collecting materials and papers ; Attending an assembly ; Emergency drills ; Beginning of the day or period routine ; End of the day or period routine --
Establishing classroom policies for academic success. Introduction to policies ; Classroom rules ; Positive feedback ; Corrective actions ; Bringing appropriate materials to class ; Making up missed work due to absence ; Sharpening pencils ; Using materials on bookshelves or in cabinets ; Individual students leaving class to go to the restroom ; Late or missing assignments; Student helpers ; Taking care of desks, tables, and chairs ; Using the drinking fountain.
|Other Titles:||Classroom management for academic success|
|Responsibility:||by Lee Canter.|