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eBook Successful Classroom Management: Real-World, Time-Tested Techniques for the Most Important Skill Set Every Teacher Needs ePub

eBook Successful Classroom Management: Real-World, Time-Tested Techniques for the Most Important Skill Set Every Teacher Needs ePub

by Richard Eyster,Christine Martin

  • ISBN: 1402240120
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Richard Eyster,Christine Martin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks (July 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 400
  • ePub book: 1403 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1171 kb
  • Other: docx doc mobi mbr
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 773

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by Richard Eyster (Author), Christine Martin (Author). I read this book every August. It is the best classroom management book I have found. 2 people found this helpful.

by Richard Eyster (Author), Christine Martin (Author). Christine Martin is currently Department Chair, Learning Skills Department at Packer, where she directs the New Faculty Mentoring Program.

Successful Classroom Management book. Unfortunately, authors Richard H. Eyster and Christine Martin are very repetitive, so you’ll definitely want to skim the first four chapters

Successful Classroom Management book. Eyster and Christine Martin are very repetitive, so you’ll definitely want to skim the first four chapters. Still, a book worth reading, especially for brand-new teachers. Oct 24, 2015 Molly rated it it was amazing. If you are a teacher and you just had one of those days that makes you want to walk out on teaching this book will save you! The techniques they dissect will help you mold your class into something most teachers take years to set up.

Richard Eyster, Richard H Eyster, Christine Martin. Lead, Inspire, and Change Your Students' Lives Each year, tens of thousands of new teachers head out for their first teaching job, ready to fulfill a lifetime dream. However, most teachers have nothing to prepare them for or support them on one of the most important parts of their job: how to effectively run a classroom and handle the students. Successful Classroom Management is the first book to give you the skills you need to manage a classroom effectively.

Successful Classroom Management is the first book to give you the skills you need to manage a classroom effectively. Richard H. Eyster and Christine Martin present the lessons that have made them the most sought-after seminar trainers on the topic, addressing: Handling Classroom Problems Troubleshooting Issues Enforcing Discipline Inspiring Students Creating an Engaging Classroom Atmosphere

Based on 14 years leading workshops for young teachers, Successful Classroom Management is the most . Real-World, Time-Tested Techniques for the Most Important Skill Set Every Teacher Needs.

Real-World, Time-Tested Techniques for the Most Important Skill Set Every Teacher Needs.

Eyster and Christine Martin.

Book Successful classroom management : real-world, time-tested techniques for the most important skill set every teacher needs by Richard H. Eyster and Christine Martin. The image of an effective teacher "We're all in this together" The power of praise 10 ways to praise Setting high expectations An unshakable sense of trust Knowing the whole child The culture of a class Final thoughts on creating a positive tone Establishing discipline: overview How to be the marshal of a wild west town The popularity temptation The power of.

Richard H. Eyster and Christine Martin present the lessons that have made them the most sought-after seminar trainers on the topic, addressing: Handling Classroom Problems Troubleshooting Issues Enforcing Discipline Inspiring Students Creating an Engaging Classroom Atmosphere.

The premise, upon which vet-eran teachers Richard H. Eyster and . Specific disciplinary techniques makes up a good sixth of the book, so readers looking for this meaty material will not b. .

Many an instructor may pick up Successful Classroom Management hoping for a manual detailing how to nip stu-dent tardiness, flippancy, and ennui in the bud, but the book is more than a Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook. Specific disciplinary techniques makes up a good sixth of the book, so readers looking for this meaty material will not be disappointed.

This week, it's Successful Classroom Management: Real-World, Time-Tested Techniques for the Most Important Skill Set Every Teacher Needs by Richard H. The book is aimed at new and struggling teachers and goes in-depth into everything that will influence your classroom management. com, which contains book highlights and insights from co-author Eyster as well. com) by midnight CST tonight indicating your interest.

Another important classroom management technique is the positive phone call home. So many classroom management challenges can be averted by considering and planning for the needs in your classroom. It’s very easy to get into the habit of calling home only when there is an issue to report. While these calls are necessary and worthwhile, calls home for celebration are equally, if not more, important. Every parent wants to hear positive news about their child, and this reinforcement almost always makes its way back to the student.

Lead, Inspire, and Change Your Students' Lives

Each year, tens of thousands of new teachers head out for their first teaching job, ready to fulfill a lifetime dream. However, most teachers have nothing to prepare them for or support them on one of the most important parts of their job: how to effectively run a classroom and handle the students.

Successful Classroom Management is the first book to give you the skills you need to manage a classroom effectively. Richard H. Eyster and Christine Martin present the lessons that have made them the most sought-after seminar trainers on the topic, addressing:

Handling Classroom Problems Troubleshooting Issues Enforcing Discipline Inspiring Students Creating an Engaging Classroom Atmosphere

Filled with expert advice, stories and tips from teachers, and spot-on techniques, this is your new essential handbook that will help you not only survive in the classroom, but also live your dream and give your students the full gifts that come from a great education.

Comments

Oreavi Oreavi
I am using this in an introductory course entitled, "Classroom Management in Elementary Education". What I particularly like about the text is that is written very informally with numerous anecdotes that a student new to the field can comprehend. It is NOT theoretically based but I did not want that for the students I am working with.

The book is designed to address management issues in elementary grades and high school so for my course, there is some information geared for high school that is not terribly relevant.
Djang Djang
I am the department head for a high school science department. I buy this book for every first time teacher that comes into our department. It is an easy read, more like a novel than an instructional text. I find myself rereading many sections when I run into issues during the year.
godlike godlike
This book is so helpful. I was having difficulty managing my class my first year. I am a really laid back person and that wasn't working for my classroom. As I read this I realized the mistakes I had made in the beginning and how if I changed just a little my year would be so much better. I tried out some of the things in this book and already things are going better!
Buzalas Buzalas
This is a wonderful source of tips and information for both new and experienced teachers. No matter how long we have been teaching, we sometimes find ourselves baffled and exasperated by some of our more "interesting" students. This book does a great job giving tips and strategies for pulling the class (and ourselves) together. It offers reasonable and practical advice, and does so with humor. I'm very glad that I purchased this book and highly recommend it.
spacebreeze spacebreeze
What a well-written, insightful, funny, encouraging, empowering, practical, and inspiring book. I highly recommend "Successful Classroom Management" to all teachers who want to become better at what they do. My copy is flooded with hundreds of post-it notes, highlighting sentences and paragraphs I want to review every year. I probably would have been better off just putting a giant post-it on the cover.

"Successful Classroom Management" is well organized, with various topics ranging from dealing with homework to dealing with supervisors, from establishing an engaging classroom culture to establishing good relationships with parents, and from giving praise to giving grades. Heartwarming anecdotes, relevant examples, and spot-on advice make it the perfect handbook for teachers.

I'm about to begin my first year teaching, and I truly feel all the more prepared after reading this book.
VariesWent VariesWent
I read this book every August. It is the best classroom management book I have found.
Dog_Uoll Dog_Uoll
From the "power of praise" to the thoughtful pairing like-minded students, this book has invigorated my teaching style and left me psyched about my profession.

I even got the sniffles (the good kind) on the subway reading it!

Here's hoping we can get every educator and policy maker to read it. It's potential to positively affect kids is immeasurable.
Great read for new an old teacher.