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This book provides in great detail proven and tested methods for teachers to use to be successful in their behavior management and instructional efforts. It provides teachers with all the necessary strategies they need for maintaining and increasing appropriate behaviors as well as for preventing and remediating inappropriate behaviors. Teachers can select from hundreds of suggestions and approaches, all based on real classroom examples, about how to manage, motivate, and teach students of all ages, ability levels, and motivational levels. The contents of this text reflect the authors’ nearly three decades of experience in the field of education as elementary and special education teachers and supervisors, teacher educators, educational consultants, re-searchers, and as the authors of numerous articles and eight other texts. Their experiences led to the purposeful design of this text’s layout and content; namely, that teachers at all grade levels need assistance that is straightforward, easy to implement, and realistic for the variety of classroom settings and problem behaviors with which they are confronted. The text content is largely drawn from eclectic, research-based as well as common sense and practical knowledge bases, and the text is "reader-friendly" and replete with easy-to-implement, concrete, specific suggestions. Additionally, each chapter has a summary of key concepts, and references for additional reading are provided for each chapter and for the text as a whole. Each chapter also contains suggested activities and assignments that instructors can use with their students. The comprehensive index also allows readers to instantly access content and solutions as needed.
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Dr. Joan Carol Harlan is a Professor Emeriti of Elementary Education, The University of Mississippi. This is her eleventh book that pertains to the behaviors of children and adults. She is a sought-after consultant about classroom and behavior management and has hundreds of professional publications and presentations related to the behaviors of children, teachers, and parents. Dr. Harlan, along with her husband, Dr. Grady Edward Harlan, Professor Emeritus of Counseling and Educational Psychology, The University of Mississippi, are the proud parents of five children. This book is dedicated to her daughter, Elizabeth Ann Carson, D.O., whose development, demeanor, and character are a living testimony to the power of the strategies described herein.
Dr. Sidney Tucker Rowland is an Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at The University of Mississippi. She teaches Classroom Management, Human Development and Diversity, Effective Teaching Strategies, and other courses related to the preparation of teachers. Dr. Rowland presents professional development seminars to numerous school districts about classroom management, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Diverse Learners. Dr. Rowland was named as Outstanding Teacher by The University of Mississippi Education Alumni Chapter for 2000-2001. This book is dedicated to her children, grandchildren, and to "Flo" for her inspiration and vision.
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