Managing Classroom Behaviour. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2246535
  • Book
  • 196 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book is concerned with how teachers can best go about the task of handling a class of children and managing their learning environment. The author appreciates that all teachers and children are not the same, so instead of laying down strict dos and don′ts the book provides guidelines which are closely related to the realities of classroom life.
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1. The nature of class control and management problems.

2. Causes of problems I: the children.

3. Causes of problems II: the school and teachers.

4. Strategies I: the behavioural approach.

5. Strategies II: the cognitive approach.

6. Strategies III: management techniques.

7. Teacher behaviours and classroom control.

8. Teacher self–perceptions and self–management.

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David Fontana has an international reputation as an educationist and psychologist with extensive first–hand experience as a teacher in primary and secondary schools and as a teacher trainer.
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