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The Resource Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The : Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions

Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The : Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions

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Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The : Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions
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Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The
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Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions
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eng
Summary
Award-winning teacher and best-selling author Sheryn Spencer Waterman shows teachers how to solve four of their most fundamental classroom challenges. The solutions provided in this book apply to elementary, middle, and high schools and are based on brain-based research, ethical development, the standards movement, and other practical factors.The four most baffling challenges for teachers are classroom discipline, unmotivated students, underinvolved or adversarial parents, and tough working conditions
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Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The : Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions
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Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers and How to Solve Them, The : Classroom Discipline, Unmotivated Students, Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents, and Tough Working Conditions
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- 1 The Four Most Baffling Challenges for Teachers -- How to Evaluate Solutions -- The BESST Criterion -- Brain-Based Research -- Ethics -- Standards -- Other Views of Excellent Teachers -- Systems Theory -- The BESST Criterion = Value Added -- How to Use the Chart -- Applying the Chart to a Specific Issue -- How Do You View Relationships? -- Which View Do You Take? -- My View -- How Will You Use This Information to Deal With the Challenges? -- Choosing How to Deal With the Four Challenges: Three Ideas -- Summary -- 2 Classroom Management and Discipline -- What Are the Challenges? -- Classroom Management -- Maintaining Effective Teacher and Student Relationships-Solutions -- Maintaining an Appropriate Mental Set for Management-Solutions -- Determining and Enforcing Rules and Procedures-Solutions -- Classroom Management Styles That Influence the Development of Rules and Procedures -- Suggestions for Rules and Procedures -- Carrying out Disciplinary Actions -- Overview of the Opposing Ideas -- Where Specific Discipline Programs Fit-Solutions -- Evaluation of Opposing Views Using the BESST Criterion = Value Added -- Five Pause-Point Decision-Making System With a Discipline Issue -- Suggestions for Dealing With Your Own School System-Solutions -- Special Disciplinary Actions for Children of Poverty-Challenges and Solutions -- Summary -- 3 Unmotivated Students -- What Are the Challenges? -- (1) Edward Deci's Self-System-Why We Do What We Do -- (2) What Do Students Say Motivates Them? -- (3) Teaching Styles That Create Motivation Issues -- (4) Teaching Practices That Are Best in Terms of Motivation -- Constructivism Versus Objectivism -- Differentiation Versus One Plan Fits All -- (5) Evaluating Opposing Views Based on the BESST Criterion = Value Added
  • (6) Other Issues Related to Student MotivationCChallenges and Solutions -- Diversity -- Optimal Life Experiences -- Breaking Out -- Brain-Brain Based Research -- (7) Using the Five Pause-Point System of Decision Making With a Student Motivation Issue -- (8) Suggestions for Dealing With Your Own School System -- Summary -- 4 Dealing With Underinvolved or Adversarial Parents -- What Are the Challenges? -- (1) How Role Perspectives Affect How Parents and Teachers Get Along -- (2) What Constitutes a Good Parent-Teacher Relationship? -- (3) Evaluation of Opposing Views Based on the BESST Criterion = Value Added -- (4) Using the Five Pause-Point System of Decision Making With a Problem Parent -- (5) The Effect of Poverty on Parent-Teacher Relationships -- (6) Why We Have Problem Parents -- (7) Standards for Involving Parents -- (8) Strategies for Getting Parents More Involved With Your School -- (9) What To Do About Adversarial Parents -- (10) Suggestions for Dealing With Your Own School System -- Summary -- 5 Tough Working Conditions -- What Are the Challenges? -- (1) Physical Environment -- Challenges -- Solutions -- (2) Time Demands -- Challenges -- Solutions -- (3) Organizational Structures -- Challenges -- Solutions -- Solutions -- (4) Evaluation of Opposing Views Based on the BESST Criterion = Value Added -- (5) Using the Five Pause-Points System of Decision Making with a Working Conditions Issue -- (1. Planning, 2. Implementing/Observing, 3. Reflection, 4. Revision, and 5. Acting with More Knowledge) -- (6) Suggestions for Dealing With Your Own School System -- Summary -- 6 Solutions Overview -- (1) Overview of the Opposing Views of the Four Challenges -- (2) Evaluation of Opposing Views Based on the BESST Criterion = Value Added -- Step 1: Review the Elements of the BESST Criterion -- Step 2: Analysis -- The Discipline Challenge
  • The Unmotivated Student Challenge -- The Underinvolved or Adversarial Parent Challenge -- Working Conditions Challenges -- (3) Caring-Based Versus Traditional Education Organizations -- (4) Other Challenges and Solutions -- New Teachers -- Testing -- Closing the Gap -- The Grating Paradox -- How Can You Get Organizations or People to Change? -- Practice -- Change -- Summary -- References
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