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Teaching outside the box : how to grab your students by their brains

Author: LouAnne Johnson
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, a Wiley brand, [2015]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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Bring a fresh perspective to your classroom Teaching Outside the Box: How to Grab Your Students by Their Brain, Third Edition integrates practical strategies and engaging advice for new and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Johnson, LouAnne.
Teaching outside the box.
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass & Pfeiffer Imprints, [2015]
(DLC) 2015026173
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: LouAnne Johnson
ISBN: 9781119089216 1119089212 9781119089223 1119089220
OCLC Number: 913470162
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; The Author; Introduction; Chapter One: Dear Teacher: An Open Letter; Chapter Two: Are You Teacher Material?; Super, Excellent, or Good?; Earn Some Extra Credit; Those Who Can't Teach Can Still Do; What Is Teaching All About?; What Do You Think?; Chapter Three: Do Your Homework; Choose Your Persona; Dress the Part; Train Your Little Darlings; Control Your Classroom, Not Your Students; Plan for Bathroom Breaks; Your Optional Agenda; Face Your Own Prejudices; Facing My Own Prejudices; Respect Yourself; The Gang Thang. Grades: Percentage? Curve? Coin Toss?Catch the Cheaters-Or Not?; Covering Curriculum Is Not Teaching; School Is an Emotional Experience; There Is No Such Thing as a Casual Remark to a Child; What Do You Think?; Chapter Four: The Big Three: Preparation, Preparation, Preparation; Prepare Your Room; Prepare Your Paperwork; Prepare Yourself; What Do You Think?; Chapter Five: Start with a Smile; Don't Keep Your Distance; Choose an Engaging Opener; Provide Clear Instructions; Grab Your Students by Their Brains; No More Teacher Versus Student; Teach Your Procedure for Oral Responses. Be Prepared for Test the TeacherCreate a Daily Do-Now Activity; Introduce Students to Each Other; Establish Routines and Rituals; Take Time to Think; Do Some Diagnostics; Welcome Handouts and Folders; Delegate Some Authority; Review Maslow's Hierarchy; Introduce Metacognition; Show Your Gratitude; The Hard Part Is Over-We Hope; What Do You Think?; Chapter Six: Discipline Is Not a Dirty Word; Define Your Philosophy; Punitive or Positive; Cowboy Philosophy; Rules Versus Procedures; Rules for Creating Rules; Electronic Intervention; ID Your Bullies and Outcasts. Characteristics of Successful Discipline PoliciesTwelve Steps to Better Discipline; If You Have to Have Detention, Make It Worthwhile; Keep Records; Consult the Experts, Trust Your Instincts; Emergency Meltdown Plan; What Do You Think?; Chapter Seven: The Three Rs: Reading, Reading, Reading; What's the Problem?; What's the Solution?; One Teacher's Experience; Use Music to Introduce Poetry; Shakespeare for Everyone; What About Eager Readers?; And Now for Something Completely Different; What Do You Think?; Chapter Eight: Light and Learning; Light and Reading Linked. Better Grades-and Fewer Cavities!Sunnier Classes = Higher Test Scores; A Room with a View Improves Grades; The View from My Room; Scoop on Scotopic Sensitivity; Signs of Light Sensitivity; Feedback from Future Teachers; Pass the Word; Scientific Support; What Do You Think?; Chapter Nine: Motivation and Persuasion; Group 1: A Little Basic Moto; Group 2: Powerful Persuasion Required; What Do You Think?; Chapter Ten: Foods for Thought; A Few Appetizers; The Big, Fat Problem; Mother's Milk Versus Formula; Doctor's Orders; Other Major Nutritional Villains; We Need to Use Our Noodles.
Responsibility: LouAnne Johnson.

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