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No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices #2020

No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices Frustrated by ongoing difficult student behavior You re not alone classroom management issues are a leading cause of teacher burnout But there is a solution No More Taking Away Recess and Other Proble

  • Title: No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices
  • Author: Gianna Cassetta Brook Sawyer
  • ISBN: 9780325051147
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices By Gianna Cassetta Brook Sawyer, Frustrated by ongoing difficult student behavior You re not alone classroom management issues are a leading cause of teacher burnout But there is a solution No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices shows how to promote good behavior, address interruptions, and keep everyone moving forward Management and control are not the same, write teaFrustrated by ongoing difficult student behavior You re not alone classroom management issues are a leading cause of teacher burnout But there is a solution No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices shows how to promote good behavior, address interruptions, and keep everyone moving forward Management and control are not the same, write teacher and school leader Gianna Cassetta and noted researcher Brook Sawyer If trying harder to exert control is sapping your energy, watch as they show how to transition away from the roles of disciplinarian or goody dispenser and toward an integrated, professionally satisfying model for classroom management You ll find everything you need to get going, including the rationale for abandoning rewards and consequence tactics research on developmentally appropriate and efficient management a plan that integrates instruction and management to decrease interruptions specific strategies for addressing misbehavior and refocusing on learning goals ways to analyze problematic behaviors and help students connect and stay motivated Ease your frustration with classroom management and return dozens of hours lost each year to addressing problematic behaviors Take a page from No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices and turn your classroom into a community that helps students become their best selves and helps you rediscover the joy of teaching.About the Not This, But That SeriesNo More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices is part of the Not This, But That series, edited by Nell K Duke and Ellin Oliver Keene It helps teachers examine common, ineffective classroom practices and replace them with practices supported by research and professional wisdom In each book a practicing educator and an education researcher identify an ineffective practice summarize what the research suggests about why and detail research based, proven practices to replace it and improve student learning Read a sample chapter from No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices.

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    1 thought on “No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices

    1. This would be great whole staff book study Lots of discussion and reflection would occur, I believe.

    2. This book was a big disappointment It really points out the obvious It would be written for really beginning teachers, but even then, I feel it would evoke some eye rolling from beginning teachers It focuses on building positive relationships with students and taking the time to get to know them and show that they are important and that you care It talks a lot about recognizing positive behaviours and giving sincere praise as frequently as possible It recognizes the importance of consequences th [...]

    3. I had high hopes for this book I was looking for a good read for teachers aiming to manage prevalent behaviors that interfere with students learning and driving teachers bonkers I like the references to research but I do not think the strategies are ground breaking I am wondering if it is my lens perhaps a new or pre service teacher will feel differently.

    4. Great book that provides insight into dealing with classroom management Lots of simple to use strategies for prek 6 grade Continues to build on new strategy of choice, differentiated challenge, and support Best quote I care about you and believe you can succeed Exactly

    5. Although I am only about half way through this book, it reinforces a lot of the beliefs I ve always held about what makes good teacher student relationships and good management Some helpful new ideas as well Recommended

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