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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. Planning Classroom Management for Change

    From novice to veteran, teachers at all levels benefit from effective classroom management plan. This practical guide outlines five steps for creating and implementing a plan that gives structure to everything that happens in the classroom.

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    A$43.95
  3. Literature Unit: An Approach To Bullying

    An Approach to Bullying is a unique and versatile resource for primary/middle year students. The issue of bullying is studied through 5 contemporary Australian stories. Each Literature unit covers the following concepts: Types of bullying behaviours, reasons for bullying, effects of bullying, the power of the audience and strategies against bullies. Each section includes research ideas and options to evaluate.

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    A$21.95
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Values: The Me I'm Learning To Be (Revised Edition)

    The Me I'm Learning To Be helps students identify and deal with their feelings and ideas about themselves and the society around them. Activities are written in an open-ended format and are perfect for individual or group exploration and discussions.

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    A$29.95
  7. 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
  8. Surviving the Middle Years: Strategies for Student Engagement, Growth & Learning

    Adolescents aged ten to fifteen are complex. In order to examine and understand what happens during these years, we can divide this stage into several categories. Topics covered in this book include an overview of the middle years of schooling, social and emotional development, importance of friends, school environment, intellectual development and becoming an independent person. None of these areas stand alone and in order to work and live with teenagers, it is helpful to have a sense of the variability of what is normal and to realise there is no magic formula for dealing with them!

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    A$29.95
  9. 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

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