This basic text provides teachers with useful strategies for achieving control in the classroom through intervention rather than punishment. Author Meryl Englander examines why punishment is an ineffective tool and details step-by-step strategies and techniques for intervention including building self esteem among students, resolution of students' personal problems and emotional outbursts, promoting student responsibility, facilitating moral development, reinforcing desired student behavior, and establishing antecendent controls on behavior. Also considered is teacher assertiveness and desired organizational conditions for an orderly classroom.
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MERYL E. ENGLANDER is a Professor with the Smith Research Center, Indiana University in Bloomington.
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