Discipline without anger [electronic resource] : a new style of classroom management / Doug Campbell.
- Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2012.
1 online resource (149 p.)
- School discipline -- United States.
Classroom management -- United States.
Behavior modification -- United States.
- Electronic books.
- "As times and students change, teachers are finding that the old methods of anger and intimidation are no longer working for classroom management. Discipline without Anger shows teachers how to successfully manage student misbehavior so that they can be free to teach at their full potential. Without a change, our schools and students will continue to suffer the consequences"-- Provided by publisher.
- Contents; Preface; Introduction. Why a Different Approach Is Needed; Chapter 1. Choosing Rules; Chapter 2. Choosing Consequences; Chapter 3. Outline of the New Style of Classroom Management; Chapter 4. Potential Problems with the New Style of Classroom Management; Chapter 5. The Mind-set Needed to Teach Successfully: Keeping Stress Low; Chapter 6. Getting Along with Other Teachers; Chapter 7. Dealing with Parents; Chapter 8. A Word to Administrators; Chapter 9. Adjusting the Plan for College Classrooms; Chapter 10. Using the Plan in Coaching Situations; Chapter 11. A Word to New Teachers
Chapter 12. Applying the Concepts of the New Style Plan to ParentingConclusion; Appendix A. Frequently Asked Questions; Appendix B. Ten Hypothetical Situations Using the New Style of Classroom Management; Appendix C. Ladder of Consequences Form; Index
- Includes index.
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