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|Description:||xxi, 475 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 Understanding the Problem and the Proper Approach Chapter 2 Using This Book as a Handbook Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Why Many Attempts Have Been Inadequate Chapter 9 A Summary and Critique of the Literature Chapter 10 You're Not Alone Chapter 11 When Should You Call It: "A Discipline Problem"? Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Part 14 Prevention: Locating the Sources of Disruptive Behavior Chapter 15 From Outside Your Classroom Chapter 16 From the Environment of Your Classroom Chapter 17 From the Interactions between You and Your Students Chapter 18 From the Delivery of Your Lesson Plan Part 19 Preventing/Handling the Sources of Disruptive Behavior Chapter 20 Dealing with Those That Are Somewhat Out of Your Hands Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 24 Chapter 25 Repairing Your Student-Teacher Interactions Chapter 26 Preventing Your Rules from Falling Apart, and Saving Kids Chapter 27 Chapter 28 Chapter 29 Chapter 30 Chapter 31 Chapter 32 Conflict Resolution Training Chapter 33 Strengthening Students To Be Less Vulnerable to Peer Pressure Chapter 34 Working on Asserting Yourself and Taking Stands Chapter 35 SPECIFICS: Handling: the "See me after class!"; Calling out; Fighting; Cheating; Late-comers; Wearing hats; Personal Stereos; Drug dealers; Weapons, etc. Chapter 36 Repairing the Delivery of Your Lesson Plan (89 Methods) Chapter 37 Helping the Substitute Teacher Chapter 38 A Questionnaire for Your Staff to Help Prevention Chapter 39 Legal Parameters to Guide Administrators Chapter 40 Checklist for Student Teachers, and Your First Day! Chapter 41 A Resource Bibliography|
This is a book/video all about classroom management, probably the most discussed topic of teachers in staffrooms around the globe. Seeman has put together a handbook on classroom management that has