Comprehensive Classroom Management: Creating Communities of Support and Solving Problems, 13th edition

  • Vern Jones, 
  • Louise Jones, 
  • Eric Toshalis

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Overview

Comprehensive Classroom Management helps K to 12 teachers understand and apply the principles of effective classroom management in their own classrooms. It offers the background, practical advice and real-life examples you need to understand how to apply the principles of classroom management in your own classroom situation. The emphasis is on creating safe, supportive classroom environments where students are motivated to learn, and where classroom behavior standards have been developed with and agreed upon by students. Through detailed case studies, examples and descriptions of specific strategies, the text also examines instructional methods that support high rates of student engagement.

The 13th Edition is updated throughout with new methods, research and techniques that can support diverse learners in today’s classrooms.

Published by Pearson (July 26th 2024) - Copyright © 2025

ISBN-13: 9780138173821

Subject: Educational Psychology

Category: Classroom Assessment

Overview

PART I: Foundations of Comprehensive Classroom Management

  1. Classroom Management in Perspective
  2. Understanding Students' Basic Psychological Needs

PART II: Creating a Safe and Supportive Learning Community

  1. Establishing Positive Teacher-Student Relationships
  2. Creating Positive Peer Relationships
  3. Working with Family Members
  4. Developing Standards for Classroom Behavior and Methods for Maximizing On-Task Student Behavior

PART III: Increasing Student Motivation and Learning by Implementing Instructional Methods that Meet Students' Academic Needs

  1. Enhancing Students' Motivation to Learn

PART IV: When Prevention is Not Enough: Methods for Altering Unproductive Student Behavior

  1. Responding to Behavior That Disrupts the Learning Process
  2. Using Problem Solving to Resolve Behavior Problems
  3. Developing Individual Behavior Change Plans

APPENDIX A: Possible Procedures for Common Areas in an Elementary School

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