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This practical, hands-on resource is packed with tested tips, techniques, tools, and activities such as "27 Power-Packed Time-Management Tips for Students," "Monitoring On the Run: 20 Quick Techniques," "Missing Work Reminder List," and "50 Sponge Activities to Keep Students Engaged in Learning All Period Long." Includes over 50 ready-to-use-or-adapt forms, checklists and This practical, hands-on resource is packed with tested tips, techniques, tools, and activities such as "27 Power-Packed Time-Management Tips for Students," "Monitoring On the Run: 20 Quick Techniques," "Missing Work Reminder List," and "50 Sponge Activities to Keep Students Engaged in Learning All Period Long." Includes over 50 ready-to-use-or-adapt forms, checklists and letters.


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This practical, hands-on resource is packed with tested tips, techniques, tools, and activities such as "27 Power-Packed Time-Management Tips for Students," "Monitoring On the Run: 20 Quick Techniques," "Missing Work Reminder List," and "50 Sponge Activities to Keep Students Engaged in Learning All Period Long." Includes over 50 ready-to-use-or-adapt forms, checklists and This practical, hands-on resource is packed with tested tips, techniques, tools, and activities such as "27 Power-Packed Time-Management Tips for Students," "Monitoring On the Run: 20 Quick Techniques," "Missing Work Reminder List," and "50 Sponge Activities to Keep Students Engaged in Learning All Period Long." Includes over 50 ready-to-use-or-adapt forms, checklists and letters.

30 review for Discipline Survival Kit for the Secondary Teacher

  1. 4 out of 5

    SaraKat

    This is a book I found and thought I'd check out, but I think it is a little out-dated at almost 20 years old. The book espouses good teaching strategies, but most of them are pretty normal for today's schools. So there wasn't much new to learn. This book should be called Teaching For Dummies. It pretty much covers all areas of teaching and doesn't just focus on discipline. It doesn't have a cohesive narrative; it is set up like a series of articles with lists frequently sprinkled in. There is a This is a book I found and thought I'd check out, but I think it is a little out-dated at almost 20 years old. The book espouses good teaching strategies, but most of them are pretty normal for today's schools. So there wasn't much new to learn. This book should be called Teaching For Dummies. It pretty much covers all areas of teaching and doesn't just focus on discipline. It doesn't have a cohesive narrative; it is set up like a series of articles with lists frequently sprinkled in. There is a lot of information that is listed several times and the book gets repetitive. And I felt there was too much of 'what' to do listed and not enough 'how'.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristi

    This has so much more than merely "discipline" connoted in the sense of harsh negative consequences. Preventative measures, creating positive learning environments, giving students a sense of safety in the classroom: lots of tips, tricks, copy-able forms (like student interest forms) and checklists of many varieties to help students directly and/or help teachers get in the right frame of mind. The book is full of helpful aids for any teacher (and parents, as well!). As far as addressing specific This has so much more than merely "discipline" connoted in the sense of harsh negative consequences. Preventative measures, creating positive learning environments, giving students a sense of safety in the classroom: lots of tips, tricks, copy-able forms (like student interest forms) and checklists of many varieties to help students directly and/or help teachers get in the right frame of mind. The book is full of helpful aids for any teacher (and parents, as well!). As far as addressing specific disciplinary "problems?" Just the last section or so is dedicated to that connotation of discipline I referenced earlier: the reminder to us all being that the best learning environments are those that stay a step ahead of most of those problems, cutting them off before they even happen.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joss

    Full of interesting suggestions and sample sheets to help teachers raise expectations in their classroom. I tend to read books straight through, though, which for this book was probably a mistake since the content is too much to take in one go. Obviously a reference book: I knew that but I still went for it like it was a non-fiction book. My school is buying a copy, so I might go back to it in the future.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Highly recommended for anyone teaching, especially if there are serious behavioral issues. Empowering, practical tool. Ironically, I found it after I worked in the inner city.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Dame

    I'm reading this book at Barnes & Noble so I don't have to buy it :) I'm reading this book at Barnes & Noble so I don't have to buy it :)

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