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Rules in School  무료배송

 
지은이 : Forton & Porter
출판사 : Northeast Foundation for Children
페이지수 : 272
ISBN : 9781892989109
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
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도서가격 : 35,000원 ( 무료배송 )
적립금 : 1,050 Point
     

 



Learn an approach for helping students become invested in creating and living by classroom rules. K-8 teachers in a wide range of settings have used this approach to establish calm, safe learning environments and teach children self-discipline. Written by four experienced classroom teachers, this book offers practical techniques for: * Helping students articulate their hopes and dreams for school * Involving students in generating classroom rules that grow out of their hopes and dreams * Modeling, practicing, and role playing the rules * Using teacher language effectively to reinforce the rules * Teaching children about logical consequences for rule breaking * Choosing effective logical consequences * Teaching children to live by the rules outside the classroom Includes separate chapters on what this approach looks like at various grade levels.

Kathryn Brady has been a teacher for twenty-four years, specializing in the education of students with social and emotional difficulties. Currently, Kathryn is the instructional management and behavior specialist for the Fitchburg Public Schools in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.

Mary Beth Forton has taught language arts in elementary and middle schools, specializing in working with students with lrearning difficulties. She is now director of publications for Northeast Foundation for Children, where she has worked for fourteen years. She is co-author of "Classroom Spaces That Work."

Deborah Porter is a primary teacher at Heath Elementary School in Heath, Massachusetts. Her twenty-eight years in education include teaching at Greenfield Center School and co-founding and teaching at the Heath Preschool. She has been a Responsive Classroom workshop leader for the past sixteen years.

Robert A. "Chip" Wood is a co-founder of Northeast Foundation for Children and has over thirty years of experience as a classroom teacher, elementary school principal, and teacher educator. His books include "Yardsticks: Children in the Classroom, Ages 4-14" and "Time to Teach, Time to Learn: Changing the Pace of School."


1. Creating쟓ules with Students
2. Practicing the Rules : Bringing Them to Life
3. When Students Break the Rules
4. Grades K-2
5. Grades 3-5
6. Grades 6-8
7. Taking the Rules Beyond the Classroom
Conclusion: Rules Are What Make the Good Things Happen
App. A: Problem Soving with Students Resources on Discipline in Classrooms and Schools

"As a student teacher I got this book after reading "the first six weeks of school" which is also part of the responsive classroom series. "rules in school" goes into more detail about creating rules with students, and goes through steps teachers should take in disciplining students, for example the "3 R's of teacher language": reinforcing, reminding, and redirecting. It also has a detailed rationale for when and how to use logical consequences. this book taught me more than my classroom management class and is a great resource."

"This book is fantastic! It offers specific, practical, step by step advice for getting your class off to the right start. It has separate chapters for k-2, 3-5, and 6-8 grade classroom. More than just rules, this book describes a complete, simple classroom management system with lots of classroom examples and sample scripts for the teacher. If you are a fan of Harry Wong, you'll LOVE this book."

"this book presents discipline as an avenue for teaching children social skills. It does this in a logical, sensible manner gentle to all parties."

   
 
   
 
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