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Managing the Adolescent Classroom
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Managing the Adolescent Classroom
Lessons From Outstanding Teachers

Foreword by Thomas O. Erb



May 2004 | 184 pages | Corwin

Uncover the secrets of teachers who are recognized as outstanding classroom managers!

Through fourteen case studies of exemplary teachers, Crawford showcases adolescent classroom management at its best. Teachers can draw from this rich store of individual tips, secrets, and procedures and adapt these management solutions immediately. Along with these variations on classic elements of success, Crawford also provides many new entry points for new and experienced teachers to improve their own management. Reflective chapter questions and discussion prompts make this a productive resource for study groups and mentors as well as classroom teachers.

Managing the Adolescent Classroom demonstrates how to triangulate great management around three essential factors:

  • Physical-- leveraging time, space, and a structured environment
  • Affective--strategies to promote positive personal and interpersonal development
  • Cognitive--use of instructional pace and engagement to motivate behavior and commitment to learning

By successfully managing the physical, social-emotional, and academic dimensions of the classroom environment, teachers can create an essential foundation for a learning community of young adolescents that will promote relationships, belonging, and achievement.


 
List of Figures
Thomas O. Erb
Foreword
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Author
 
1. Introduction and Overview
 
2. Management Through High Engagement
 
3. Shifting Speed - Not Lowering Expectations
 
4. Shifting Responsibility to Students
 
5. Making the Physical Environment a Partner
 
6. Knowing What Works for You
 
7. Believing Less Is More and Positive Is Better
 
8. The School Context
 
9. How the Best Middle Level Teachers Manage
 
Resource A: Collective Advice for New Teachers
 
Resource B: Twenty of Our Best Recommendations for Classroom Management
 
Resource C: Teacher Profiles
 
Resource D: Featured Outstanding Teachers
 
References
 
Index
Key features
  • Meets the particular needs of middle school classroom teachers
  • Recognizes the unique cognitive, social, emotional developmental locus of middle schoolers and the implications for classroom management
  • Showcases real exemplary classroom managers across subjects and dempgraphics
  • Brings expert perspective on management through environment, engagement, community and instructional pace
  • Includes tips and insights from successful managers
  • Provides reflective questions for mentor pairs and teacher study groups

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