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Classroom Management for Academic Success Spiral-bound – November 4, 2005
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About the Author
Lee Canter is the internationally recognized developer of acclaimed educational training programs, including Assertive Discipline, Succeeding With Difficult Students, and Parents on Your Side. Known as one of the most dynamic speakers and trainers in education today, he has keynoted countless conferences and has been a frequent guest on noted television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, and Good Morning America. He and his staff have trained over 1.5 million teachers. During the last 30 years, he has authored over 40 best-selling books for educators.
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The book starts of with information on why it is important to manage a classroom successfully (to increase academic performance and decrease stress) and goes on to explain Canter's Behavior Management cycle and how a teach can influence and expect appropriate behavior in the classroom.
The remainder of the book focuses on creating lesson plans for the first 10 days of school that focus on teaching different types of procedures each day and reviewing them throughout the week. A sample schedule is provided for you. In addition to the procedures taught, teachers will need to add their own academic requirements for these first few days. Each procedure is clearly defined and sample procedures that you are welcome to alter are given as examples. This 'road-map' help me as a novice teacher understand all the many different types of procedures that would be needed. As a veteran teacher, perhaps some of this is a refresher to you but for many this is now simply part of your routine and classroom culture. Procedures taught in this book include: working individual, with a buddy, in groups, at centers, sitting on a rug, class discussions, attention getting signals, in and out of seat transition, walking in line, leaving the classrooms, emergencies, starting and ending the day, going to pull out programs, lining up, lunch and recess, and more.
Additional information provided in the text includes a 2-week turn around program for students who are continual off task and a rules and polices section. This section includes topics on classroom rules, positive feedback, corrective actions, bringing materials to class, using materials, student comfort issues, student jobs, and more.
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