Becoming an Effective Classroom Manager: A Resource for by Bob Steere

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Many of Palatine's students came to school feeling so unsure of their own abilities and so distrustful of adults that their ability to benefit from instruction was seriously impaired. It would have been a waste of time for teachers to plunge into academic work without taking time to get to know students and vice versa (Duke, 1986, pp. 30-31). Page 23 Duke undoubtedly agrees with Maslow that learning is unlikely to occur until a child feels accepted and respected by the teacher and at least some classmates.

Talking about the incident to an unemotional listener will make a youth less stressed, more rational, and therefore more receptive to suggested alternative and coping behaviors. " Here the counselor's objective is to provide the youth with alternative behaviors. ' "(1978, pp. 288-289). Becoming an enlightening counselor during direct counseling sessions. Ginott's congruent communication Haim Ginott, former professor of psychotherapy and resident psychologist of television's Today Show, viewed discipline as a series of little victories, as a long-term developmental process, and as an immediate solution to a child's misbehavior (Charles, 1983, pp.

Even though the schools' status as a social institution is considerably improved, their public image will be slow in changing due to fictional television series and the great interest the media has in reporting school violence. Although one act of violence is too many, we should react to these statistics on violent acts only after realizing that there are 13 million secondary schoolchildren and 32 million elementary schoolchildren in the United States. Thankfully, classroom management is as much a science as it is an art, and therefore it can be taught and learned.

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