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Are you fighting a never-ending paper battle? Strong classroom management is the cornerstone of effective teaching, and this book will help lay the foundation for everything you want to accomplish professionally: -Designate a place for EVERY type of classroom material -Turn needy, disorganized children into self-reliant, responsible students -Develop and teach ANY classroom procedure -Train the class to follow along, stay on-task, and work together -Use fun teaching techniques that help you assess student learning -Eliminate homework hassles and parent miscommunications -Prevent burnout by enjoying and growing with students -Construct a self-running classroom that frees you to teach Using actual classroom photographs, forms, and dialogue examples, The Cornerstone will show you how to design instructional routines that facilitate learning.
It will guide you through each step of communicating and reinforcing your expectations.
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Reviews Review Policy. Published on. Flowing text, Original pages. Best For. As school psychologists, we often consult with teachers about particular students, but at times, the solution can be classroom wide and help all students. This book is by Angela Watson formally Powell , one of my go-to gals for interventions.
She has a website for teachers and writes a great blog. The book covers everything from organizing your room at the beginning of the year, figuring out all your procedures for managing paperwork, setting up a class-wide positive behavior classroom management plan, to specifics for running centers, handling peer conflicts, and bathroom breaks.
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I mean, this woman has thought of all contingencies. I sat down with Angela in her Florida home one Saturday afternoon with mint juleps, and interviewed her. I wish I was in Florida with a mint julep. I emailed her and asked her these burning questions:. When I first started teaching, I visited lots of teacher message boards to see what other people were doing. Eventually I noticed teachers were asking the same type of questions over and over How do you get kids to be quiet in the hallway?
What can I do about their disgustingly messy desks? That was , and Ms. Over the years, I kept adding new classroom photos and printables. The blog and book just felt like the next natural steps.
I mean, seriously, are you the world champion of time management and organization? I cook large, simple meals 2 or 3 times a week and eat variations of the leftovers on the other days.
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My beloved Roomba vacuums for me. I spend a total of 5 minutes a week on cat upkeep. I know for one, that the movement to RtI means that school psychologists will be in the classrooms more than ever, and need resources for teachers.
I also think it will help them relate to children in a large group setting; the story you tell in The Teachable Moment about your disastrous first attempt at conducting a whole class discussion is really common! Having clearly-defined, modeled, and reinforced procedures will truly save your sanity. Otherwise you will spend four hours preparing a fabulous lesson, only to have it ruined by a kid who gets up in the middle to use the noisy pencil sharpener leaving shavings all over the desk and floor , which will serve as the impetus for seven other children to suddenly decide that they, too, have impossibly dull pencils and must race over to sharpen them right.
Where have you been all my life? Do you find most education resources to be theory-based rather than practical?
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Where can teachers and school psychologists go for additional resources when they are in the trenches and nothing they learned in graduate school seems to be working as planned? I have a fabulous network of people that I rely on for ideas and resource recommendations through their websites, blogs Google Reader is a lifesaver , Twitter feeds, and Facebook.
There are so many new resources being created daily for teachers, and lots of them are free. I love to explore online, and then compile the best stuff I find on my website. Yes, book 2 is in the works!
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You know you want this book. In 10 years, I could buy a latte. Rebecca—I've been a teacher for 19 years, but sometimes centers drive me crazy, so I might check out this book. There's a surprise for you. You've been awarded the Amazingness Blogger Award by yours truly!