Written for courses in Classroom Management (Models Approach).
Engaging and succinct, this models-based classroom management text prepares novice educators to manage classrooms under their charge with detailed background on research, theory, and application, ultimately leading them to the creation of their own personal classroom management philosophy based on individual style, goals, and the understanding of how to create a safe and supportive learning environment for every student.
This text examines the major models of classroom management to help readers build a foundation in current approaches to this essential aspect of teaching. The authors then build upon this foundation to ultimately prepare readers with the necessary know-how and tools to develop and put into practice their own personal classroom management program. The text also provides a detailed and thorough discussion of diversity in the classroom, includes current content on the new “safe school” movement, and features expanded coverage of bullying and violence prevention. Readers will appreciate the authors’ accessible writing and the wealth of examples from PreK, elementary, and secondary settings.