Classroom Management: Perspectives on the Social Curriculum
This book provides ongoing activities to equip teachers with the ability to construct and refine their existing personal theories, philosophies, and metaphors for managing culturally diverse classrooms. The authors' unique approach of combining diversity issues with management issues challenges readers to conduct action research on a topic that brings the two themes together. Specific coverage of very practical aspects of classroom management includes developing routines, promoting responsibility, and responding to problems. This content helps teachers come to terms with the day-to-day reality of working on management with parameters of diversity. For teachers of all grade levels.
Specifications of Classroom Management: Perspectives on the Social Curriculum
|Author||Richard R. Powell, H. James McLaughlin, Tom V. Savage, Stanley Zehm|
|Number Of Pages||315|
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