Resource Guide for Teaching K-12
Richard D. Kellough
|Using a practical
"workbook" approach with an active learning
focus, this comprehensive, yet concise, resource guide
is designed to engage students in "hands-on"
and "minds-on" learning about effective teaching.
Set around the four components of learning to teach --
why, what, how, and how well -- it focuses on an eclectic
approach to teaching -- with a cognitive-humanistic emphasis.
educators with the information and skills to establish
management systems in today's richly multicultural classroom.
It addresses the planning decisions teachers make, including
arranging the physical space, planning and conducting
instruction, encouraging appropriate behavior, and using
good communication skills with care to the increasingly
ethnically diverse classroom profile.
Classroom Management for Secondary
Edmund T. Emmer Carolyn M. Evertson
Murray E. Worsham
Winning Strategies for Classroom Management
Carol Bradford Cummings
|In Winning Strategies
For Classroom Management, Carol Cummings offers thoughtful,
practical advices. Her practical examples show how effective
classroom management results in motivated students exhibiting
self-discipline, perseverance, and who take responsibility
for their learning. Cummings' approach to classroom management
proactively addresses discipline and behavior problems.
|This book gives
teachers the tools to transform chaotic classrooms into
peaceful environments where learning can really happen.
Praised by parents and teachers alike for his lively and
humorous approach, author Dr. Robert J. MacKenzie shows
readers how to set clear, firm limits, end classroom power
struggles, communicate rules, encourage cooperation, and
teach problem-solving skills.
Setting Limits in the Classroom: How
to Move Beyond the Classroom
Dance of Discipline
Robert J. MacKenzie