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When you watch a teacher with great classroom management techniques, it can feel like magic. The truth is that classroom management can be learned. Reading about classroom management, asking other teachers what they do, and even talking with your principal about what they have observed can help.
Restorative justice pedagogy provides a framework for a ending to these needs by transforming ESL classrooms into safe and caring environments. This article will trace the origins of the restorative movement to the criminal justice system and outline how restorative principles have been applied to school discipline.
Ensouling Our Schools by Jennifer Katz; Kevin Lamoureux (Contribution by)
Publication Date: 2018-04-13
In an educational milieu in which standards and accountability hold sway, schools can become places of stress, marginalization, and isolation instead of learning communities that nurture a sense of meaning and purpose. In Ensouling Our Schools, author Jennifer Katz weaves together methods of creating schools that engender mental, spiritual, and emotional health while developing intellectual thought and critical analysis. Kevin Lamoureux contributes his expertise to this book regarding Indigenous approaches to mental and spiritual health that benefit all students and address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action.
The best-selling book ever on classroom management and teaching for student achievement with over 3.3 million copies sold. The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through structuring and organizing a classroom for success that can be applied at any time of the year at any grade level, pre-K through college. The book is used in thousands of school districts, in over 100 countries, and in over 2,000 college classrooms. It's practical, yet inspiring. But most important, it works The new 4th edition includes updated research, photos, and more examples of how-to along with an implementation DVD, Using THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL featuring Chelonnda Seroyer. This is the most requested book for what works in the classroom for teacher and student success.
(EBOOK) A book that should become your new blueprint for school discipline, teachers, presenters, and school leaders Nathan Maynard and Brad Weinstein demonstrate how to eliminate punishment and build a culture of responsible students and independent learners.
The Restorative Classroom by Belinda Hopkins
Publication Date: 1999-01-01
The Restorative Classroom invites classroom teachers and teaching assistants to reflect on themselves, on their role, their purpose and their intention in the classroom and on their current style of engagement with their students. It combines a focus on the making, maintaining and repairing of relationships in the classroom with the development of social responsibility and a mutually supportive learning community in that classroom.