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  1. Positive Classroom Management

    Positive Classroom Management begins by suggesting that students should be taught to have ownership of the classroom, that they should learn that they are responsible for themselves and their own self-discipline. This idea is supported by numerous suggestions on how to handle disruptive students, tips on how to keep composure and methods to prevent difficult situations from arising.

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    A$45.00
  2. ENVoY: A Personal Guide to Classroom Management

    ENVoY provides a range of strategies which focus on non-verbal communication skills to manage classroom groups. ENVoY offers a systematic approach to managing four distinct parts of a lesson: Getting students' attention, Teaching, The transition to individual classwork, and Individual classwork.

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    A$60.45
  3. Managing Boys' Behaviour in your Classroom

    This book includes steps that classroom teachers can make in most school environments about classroom management in their own classrooms that might assist the learning of both boys and girls.  Here are a series of techniques and procedures that can make classroom life a little easier. Some is relevant to infant and primary classrooms, while others are more pertinent to the secondary classroom; either can be adapted with little effort or time.

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    A$32.95
  4. Burnt: An Australian Anti-Bullying Play (Years 8-10)

    Burnt tells the story of Simon, who is consistently bullied by Richard, one of his schoolmates. Set after the situation has come to a crisis point, the play explores the feelings of three of Simon's friends - could they have prevented it? - with flashbacks to incidents between Simon and Richard, and monologues from Simon about his longing to fit in. By putting themselves in Simon's place, students learn to have empathy for the victims of bullying, to understand that 'it's okay to be different' and to create a strong network among themselves to support one another.

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    A$35.95
  5. Classroom Management that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Every Teacher

    Based on the concepts from best-seller What Work in Schools: Translating Research in Action and more than 100 studies of classroom management, here's a book that explains the four most important general components of effective classroom management and their impact on student engagement and achievement. Learn the action steps teachers need to take to establish rules and procedures, use effective disciplinary interventions, build positive student-teacher relationships, and develop a sound mental set to deal with difficult situations.

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    A$29.95
  6. A Handbook for Classroom Management that Works

    This handbook helps teachers of all levels master effective strategies in creating a well-managed classroom that supports the best possible teaching and learning, using worksheets, case studies and other materials. Discussion questions and self-assessments allow readers to examine their own practices and understanding, while also providing a ready-made forum for study teams working together to develop their skills. This title provides sound advice and real-world solutions to help teachers establish a classroom where learning and teaching can thrive.

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    A$29.95
  7. Boys Stir Us: Working with the Hidden Nature of Boys

    This book explores recent neurological findings in a user-friendly dialogue, and offers ideas and strategies for engaging with boys in a proactive and positive fashion. If you are interested in looking at 'boyhood' from a neurological lens, then this book is for you. If you are looking to understand why boys do some of the things they do, then this book is for you. If you want to know why many boys are fidgety, aggressive, emotionally disadvantaged and over-represented in areas of learning and behaviour difficulties, then this book is for you.

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    A$32.95
  8. Working with Students: Discipline Strategies for the Classroom

    Working with Students is a powerful guide to navigating the behaviour issues that teachers need to manage in the classroom. Written by Dr Ruby K Payne, this invaluable resource provides effective strategies that will enable teachers to  individualise behaviour management for students’ different personalities, respond effectively to various types of parenting, establish guidelines for expected behaviours and consequences, reduce inappropriate behaviours and facilitate student achievement. 

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    A$12.95
  9. Raising a Digital Child

    As a parent, do you ever wonder how you can possibly keep up with technology? Children view digital culture as a normal way of life, even though you may feel overwhelmed by talk of social networking, cyberbullies and identity theft. Raising a Digital Child is your guide to enable your child to enjoy the benefits of a digital society - safely. Inside, you will learn about many of the newest and most popular technologies, the risks each might harbour and the behaviours that every child should learn in order to become a good citizen in this new digital world.

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    A$35.95
  10. The Resilience Revolution: Discovering Strengths in Challenging Kids

    The Resilience Revolution: Discovering Strengths in Challenging Kids focuses on giving at-risk youth the most important factor in their success: a positive adult connection. This positive connection helps youth build resilience, the ability to persevere through and recover from adversity. Larry Bendtro and Scott Larson teach readers how to help at-risk children effectively overcome their 'pain-based behaviour'. Instead of focusing on punishment, this guide illustrates resourceful ways to achieve positive life objectives in challenging children through: developing trusting relationships, searching for hidden potential, teaching the importance of responsibility and instilling purpose.

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    A$39.95
  11. Digital-Age Literacy for Teachers: Applying Technology Standards to Everyday Practice

    Regardless of their current level of technology proficiency, Digital-Age Literacy for Teachers will help teachers systematically re-examine their curriculum and classroom management to develop effective strategies for incorporating technology. The book provides readings and activities that will support classroom teachers, professional development providers, and teacher preparation instructors as they strive to incorporate twenty-first century learning tools and skills into daily practice. Written by acclaimed author and education technology consultant Susan Brooks-Young, it guides teachers step-by-step through educational technology standards and performance indicators, showing them how to increase their own productivity and advance student learning with technology.

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    A$55.95
  12. Differentiation, Response to Intervention and Achievement: How They Work

    Differentiation and Response to Intervention work together to allow all students, from the gifted and talented to those with learning difficulties, to achieve their potential. In this book you will learn about a variety of research-based interventions, including behavioural management and instructional strategies. You will find out how to link student needs to specific interventions. This book will show you how to assess and monitor individual student progress, and how to select and use the Coil RTI Progress Monitoring Forms that best meet your students'’ needs. Interventions explored in this book include goal setting, organisational skills, graphic organisers, test-taking skills, tiered lessons and many more.

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    A$35.95

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