THE Classroom Management Book, 2nd edition - eBook
THE Classroom Management Book, 2nd edition - eBook
This eBook is the companion book to THE First Days of School and shows in detail how to apply procedures to create a safe place where student achievement thrives. The updated, 2nd edition will help prevent classroom discipline problems and develop routines where everyone knows what to do.
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This is a solutions book that shows how to establish classroom management from the ground up in any classroom at any grade level. Use this book to organize and structure a classroom and create a safe and positive environment for student learning and achievement to take place. It offers 50 classroom procedures that can be applied, changed, adapted, into classroom routines for any classroom management plan at any type of school setting.
The information is supplemented with 40 QR Codes that take the learning beyond the basic text.
As the companion book to THE First Days of School, it takes one of the three characteristics of an effective teacher, being an extremely good classroom manager, and shows how to put it into practice in the classroom. It will show you how to manage your classroom step by step.
Our eLearning offering, THE Classroom Management Course, is built around the information found in this book. Access to the book is required to complete the course.
THE Classroom Management Book will help you prevent classroom discipline problems and help you create an atmosphere where everyone knows what to do—even when you are not in the classroom!
- 320-page book with Index in a eBook format
- 50 step-by-step procedures
- 40 QR Codes for extended learning
- ISBN: 978-0-9963350-3-4
Table of Contents
THE Classroom Management Book
- They Quietly Walked in and Got to Work
- Everything Is in Place at the Beginning of the School Year
- The Authors
- The Greatest Gift
- Getting Ready for the Most Important Career You Could Ever Have
Prologue: Classroom Management Defined
The Effective and Successful Teacher
- Get It Right from the Start
Definition of Classroom Management
- The First Five Minutes
Difference Between Classroom Management and Discipline
- The Worst Four-Letter Word
The Key to Success Is Consistency
- Special Needs Students Thrive on Consistency
The Need for a Trusting Environment
- Every Student Made Progress. Every. Single. One.
Preparation: Before the First Day of School
Prepare Before School Begins
- A Complete First-Day Script Checklist
- The Need for a Classroom Management Plan
Creating a Classroom Management Plan
- Thanks for the Peace
- Presenting Your Classroom Management Plan
Creating a Plan in PowerPoint
- From Warrior to Effective Teacher
How to Teach a Procedure
- The Class Proceeded Without Me
How to Start the First Day and Every Day
- It's in the bag
Procedures: For the First Day of School
- The Start of Class Routine
- The Freedom to Produce Results
An Opening Assignment
- Bellringer Times Three
- 130 Students and No Time Wasted
Dismissing the Class
- A Safe Dismissal or a Tragic One?
Procedures: For Students
Collecting Notes and Forms
- Clean Up the Classroom Clutter
- Classroom Tardiness
- Absent Folder
- Organizing Homework
- District-Wide Consistency
- Unfinished Class Assignments
Procedures: For the Classroom
- Surviving a School Active Shooter
Getting Students’ Attention
- Your Attention, Please
- Classroom Jobs
Classroom Phone Ringing
- Teaching Procedures Becomes Routine
- Bathroom Breaks
- Replacing Dull or Broken Pencils
Keeping Desks Orderly
- Everything Has a Place and a Purpose
- Collecting and Returning Papers
- Classroom Transitions
Keeping Students on Task
- Tone Is the Key
Finishing Work Early
- Creating a Learning Zone
- Missing Assignment Slip
Daily Closing Message
- Communication on a Weekly Basis
Guideline Infraction Notice
- Preparation and Consistency Are Key—A Mother’s Advice
- Preparation and Consistency Are Key—A Daughter’s Reflection
Procedures: For Instruction
- I Know the Answer!
- Working in Groups
- Note Taking
- Reading a Textbook
Read Any Place Time
- Classroom and School Libraries
- Taking a Test
- Students Correcting Work
Cultivating Social Skills
- Simple Procedures, Plus Courtesy
Procedures: For the Special Needs Classroom
- The Special Needs Classroom
- Hand Washing
- Snack Time
Walking to Another Location
- Everything in Its Place
Handling Student Anxiety
- Effective Behavior Management Strategies
Procedures: For Teachers
- New Student Orientation
- The Angry Student
The Death of a Student
- In Tears the Class Proceeded
- The Death of a Parent
Substitute Teacher Handbook
- The Substitute Teacher
- A Teacher Aide
- The Foundation of Effective Teaching
- Classroom Visitors
- Parent-Teacher Conferences
- Job Sharing—The Best of Both Worlds
- Home and School Connection
- Technology in the Classroom
Plans: For the First Days of School
- My Personal First Day of School Script
- A Partial Script for the First Day of School
- A Middle School First-Day Plan
- A High School First-Week Plan
- An Elementary First-Ten-Days Plan
- A Principal’s Guide for a Teacher’s First-Day Script
Epilogue: A Call to Action
- I Can’t Wait to Start School Every Year
Execute and Follow Through
- A Last-Day Letter
- QR Code Summary
QR Code Summary
This information corresponds to the QR Code information offered in THE Classroom Management Book. Each code provides additional information, research, or activities that supplement the book.
Click each description to access the content.
PROCEDURES: For the First Day of School
PROCEDURES: For Students
PROCEDURES: For the Classroom
PROCEDURES: For Instruction
PROCEDURES: For the Special Needs Classroom
PROCEDURES: For Teachers
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