Revolutionary Management System to Help Beginning Teachers Thrive
eBook (PDF), 26 Pages
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Jan 5, 2013I used to just yell at my kids to get their attention, but I can see how consistency and fairness is a better alternative. Thanks!
Jul 23, 2012I feel more prepared to set my students up for success with your classroom management plan/strategies. Thanks!
Jul 13, 2012Simple, yet profound! Great insights on how to get students to behave and to have intrinsic motivation.
Apr 30, 2012I can relate to your stories, and there's a lot of sound advice throughout the book. I would recommend it to younger teachers, but there's not a ton of value add to an old teacher like myself (have been teaching for nearly 3 decades now!).
Apr 14, 2012I have now read all three of your books. This has been the best use of time and money that I spent in a while. Your volume here reminds me a lot of Lee Canter's Assertive Discipline. Great discipline is a no-nonsense type of love, a warm and demanding attitude. I want to get to the point where students are so clear with my rules and expectations that classroom behavior issues significantly drop and I can then focus more of my time and energy on teaching. Thanks for giving me a ton of ideas to do that.
Mar 3, 2012The illustration on the cover of your book is so appropriate. I felt I was stuck in a maze - yelling at children and even sometimes crying. Many days, I have felt like leaving the classroom/profession of teaching. Thanks for inspiring me and proving that grit and humility end up winning the day.
Feb 28, 2012It's clear that high expectations and patient insistence leads to good outcomes. It's a "no-nonsense nurture" and "gentle but strict" idea. As a fifth year teacher, I would say I need to move more in the direction of nurture and gentle. Thanks for this simple and very useful read.
Feb 25, 2012I can definitely relate to the turmoil and heartache of the first year of teaching. I did all the things that you mentioned - yelling at students, berating them in the hallway, etc. It resulted in damaging many of them emotionally, and I was an emotional wreck myself. After a decade of teaching, I agree that a successful management system finds its basis in high expectations, consistent and calm enforcement, and discussions with students about the rationale and reason for behaving a certain way. The trick seems to get them to think beyond the moment and to help them make decisions that would be best for them in the decade or two after you teach them.
Feb 20, 2012As a student in your classroom, I would know what to expect. I wouldn't be surprised by your actions, and I wouldn't cry foul if I ever got in trouble. And even though it should be common sense, I myself didn't think about referring and incorporating existing state laws into my class rules. This is a great read for younger teachers.
Feb 17, 2012This is a must read for young teachers. You need a classroom management system that is systematic, clear, and FAIR. The details of the plan don't need to be identical to what's laid out in this book, but the idea of a tiered consequence system (that is aligned to state law) coupled with a tiered consequence system that makes logical sense will lead to students that spend less time messing around and more time paying attention.
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- William Lin (Standard Copyright License)
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- February 29, 2012
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