Common-Sense Classroom Management : Surviving September and Beyond in the Elementary Classroom

Common-Sense Classroom Management : Surviving September and Beyond in the Elementary Classroom

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780761978862
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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           viii
Anthony Pedriana
Preface ix
Acknowledgments x
About the Authors xi
Taking Care of Teacher Business 1 (9)
Room Organization 2 (1)
Teacher Desk Organization 3 (1)
Planning 4 (1)
Independent Activities While Teacher Works 5 (1)
With Small Groups
IDEA 6 (1)
Reviewing Expectations 6 (1)
Field Trips 7 (1)
Making the Most of Your Paraprofessional 8 (2)
Assistant
Creating a Positive Classroom Atmosphere 10 (16)
Classroom Seating 11 (1)
IDEA 11 (1)
Decorating With Themes 12 (1)
Connecting With Parents-Classroom 13 (3)
Newsletters
Classroom Monitors and Jobs 16 (1)
Respect in Your Classroom 16 (3)
IDEA 18 (1)
Super Student of the Week 19 (2)
Classroom Meetings 21 (1)
Compliment Book 22 (1)
Wall of Fame 23 (2)
Tattling 25 (1)
Working With Diverse Student and Family 26 (6)
Populations
Working With Non-English-Speaking Students 27 (1)
Making Non-English-Speaking Students 28 (1)
Comfortable in Your Classroom
Working With Non-English-Speaking Families 29 (1)
Working With Family Members Who May Be 30 (2)
Illiterate
With-it-ness 32 (10)
Teacher Behavior 33 (1)
Planning Ahead and Lesson Expectations 34 (1)
IDEA 35 (1)
If a Lesson Really Isn't Working 35 (2)
Looks, Gestures, Posture, and Positioning 37 (1)
in Room to Convey Expectations
Demeanor and Actions During Lessons to 38 (1)
Ensure Student Focus
Modeling Expected Responses 39 (1)
The Challenging Student 40 (2)
IDEA 41 (1)
Transitioning 42 (6)
One Subject to Another 42 (2)
One Subject to Another: Moving Within the 44 (1)
Room
Moving for Group Learning Activities 45 (1)
One Classroom to Another 46 (2)
IDEA 47 (1)
Taking Care of Classroom Business 48 (17)
Entering School 49 (1)
Entering the Classroom 50 (1)
Beginning the Day 50 (3)
IDEA 52 (1)
Absenteeism 53 (1)
Homework Collection 54 (1)
IDEA 55 (1)
Failure to Do Homework 55 (1)
Line Order 56 (1)
Bathroom Procedure 57 (2)
Drinks 59 (1)
Classroom Rules 59 (1)
Indoor Recess 60 (1)
Reentering the Classroom After Lunch and 61 (1)
Recess
Ending the Day 61 (2)
Pencil Sharpening 63 (1)
Gum, Candy, and Other Forbidden Edibles 64 (1)
Organizational Time 65 (5)
Desk Cleaning 65 (1)
Supplies 66 (1)
IDEA 67 (1)
Mailboxes 67 (2)
Non-School-Related Materials 69 (1)
Rewards 70 (16)
Academic Rewards 71 (1)
Extra Special Class Time 72 (1)
Extra Art Time and Extra Gym Time 73 (1)
Leisure Time Activities 74 (1)
Lunch With the Teacher 75 (1)
Good News Phone Calls 75 (1)
Extra Classroom Chores 76 (1)
Whole-Class Rewards 77 (3)
Special Note 79 (1)
Stickers, Stamps, and Other Goodies 80 (1)
Coupons 81 (1)
Certificates 82 (1)
Tokens and Play Money 83 (1)
Edibles 84 (2)
Consequences 86 (9)
Identifying Challenging Students 87 (1)
IDEA 88 (1)
Dealing With Mildly Challenging Behavior 88 (1)
Working With Chronic, Highly Disruptive 89 (6)
Behavior
Support From Other Professionals 89 (1)
IDEA 90 (1)
Support From Administration 91 (1)
IDEA 92 (1)
Support From Parents 92 (1)
IDEA 93 (1)
Support Ideas for Teachers 93 (2)
Suggested Readings 95 (2)
Index 97