Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers



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  1. Amy Amy says:

    If you ve spentthan 2 3 months in a classroom and feel like you re drowning, this may be a good book for you if you want someone to lead you step by step through claim management However, I read this book after doing my student teaching and after substitute teaching in a school for 5 months I feel like the hands on experience taught me the principles shared in this book on such a deeper level For a first year teacher there are some good ideas about setting up a classroom and there were If you ve spentthan 2 3 months in a classroom and feel like you re drowning, this may be a good book for you if you want someone to lead you step by step through claim management However, I read this book after doing my student teaching and after substitute teaching in a school for 5 months I feel like the hands on experience taught me the principles shared in this book on such a deeper level For a first year teacher there are some good ideas about setting up a classroom and there were some good questions to consider, but as a whole after chapter 6 I skimmed the rest and called it good My personality is such that some things are obvious to me as a teacher and I don t need them to be explained to me


  2. Erin McDonnell-Jones Erin McDonnell-Jones says:

    This is a fluid, easy to read text to be implemented in my upcoming 400 level classroom management course It flows well from chapter to chapter and the authors do a good job of offering vignettes for discussion and a variety of activities for students to complete at the end of each chapter The major criticism I have is that I think they brush over some issues without offering a thorough discussion ex classroom management problems caused by technology or use of technology Also, sometimes th This is a fluid, easy to read text to be implemented in my upcoming 400 level classroom management course It flows well from chapter to chapter and the authors do a good job of offering vignettes for discussion and a variety of activities for students to complete at the end of each chapter The major criticism I have is that I think they brush over some issues without offering a thorough discussion ex classroom management problems caused by technology or use of technology Also, sometimes they offer ideas that are too young for middle and high school This may be my own bias interpretation but I found myself writing a few annotations saying it s not appropriate or you may not use


  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    This is a very basic introduction to classroom management Many topics and chapters left me wanting , especially the sections on correcting problem behavior and handling special needs Each chapter does include an annotated suggested reading list which points the way to additional reading.


  4. Kathleen O& Kathleen O& says:

    Reading and discussion group book Some helpful hints that work Classroom management ideas that work with younger kids Basic management information.


  5. Jordan Jordan says:

    A better title Classroom Micro Management for Middle and High School Teachers.While I am all over Chapter Nine, and while other chapters offer glimpses of the student led, democratic, empowering, and constructivist pedagogy I am honing for my own classroom, Emmer and Evertson have problems with classroom management that I simply can t see as problems Who cares if my students all use the same heading, and if they align their papers with the left hand corner of their desk when completed Who ca A better title Classroom Micro Management for Middle and High School Teachers.While I am all over Chapter Nine, and while other chapters offer glimpses of the student led, democratic, empowering, and constructivist pedagogy I am honing for my own classroom, Emmer and Evertson have problems with classroom management that I simply can t see as problems Who cares if my students all use the same heading, and if they align their papers with the left hand corner of their desk when completed Who cares if my students are a few seconds late, especially when so much can be going on to keep them from taking their seats, shutting up, and following my orders Who cares if supportive discipline and conferences take time, if they ll help avoid the dehumanizing effects of a detention slip Who cares if collaborative learning inhibits my ability to micromanage individual students, when my lesson plans should be engaging enough to limit obstructive behaviors Why would you ever make grading and discipline a public affair just to maintain order, when other chapters and basic human decency suggest quieter,private conversations on behavior and expectations Issues aside, everything tied to positive behavior supports, teacher student conferencing, and differentiated instruction were on target though the last of these only gets a last minute honorable mention in Chapter Eleven I do intend to empower students to create their own rules, write their own behavior contracts, and meet with them to discuss behavior issues when they arise in fact, I ve already done those things at my practicum sites But as for the rest of it, who cares


  6. Christin Edge Christin Edge says:

    I read this book as part of a 30 graduate class in Education Psychology and I really like the information and case studies it shared It primarily focuses on middle grades which is exactly where I am Even though I do most of these things with 7 years in the profession, I always gain new ideas and perspectives.


  7. Alyssa Tallama Alyssa Tallama says:

    A light read A lot of the information is good and helpful, but some of it just seemed like common sense.


  8. Julie Julie says:

    Awesome classroom management book Wish this had been included in my management class at state


  9. Ashley Ashley says:

    Pretty dry Lots of micromanagement Read this for a post masters class Might behelpful to first time teachers.


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