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by Angela S. Powell

ePub The Cornerstone: Classroom Management That Makes Teaching More Effective, Efficient, and Enjoyable download
Author:
Angela S. Powell
ISBN13:
978-0982312704
ISBN:
0982312709
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Publisher:
Due Season Press; 2nd edition (April 2009)
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Schools & Teaching
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By classroom management, we don’t mean the way students behave during the class. We actually mean how and what we do in class that benefits them considering their learning needs and goals. This means something wider than just physical presence. By saying ‘rules’, we don’t mean to act like the police and scare the learners off, actually what we can do first is to ask the students to work in groups/pairs and come up with classroom rules they would like to enact and the types of punishments to be exercised if they fail to comply with the rules.

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Strong classroom management is the cornerstone of effective teaching, and this book will help lay the foundation for everything you want to accomplish professionally: -Designate a place for EVERY type of classroom material -Turn needy, disorganized children into self-reliant, responsible students -Develop and teach ANY classroom procedure -Train the class to follow along, stay on-task, and work together -Use fun teaching.

Do you constantly repeat instructions? Are you fighting a never-ending paper battle? Strong classroom management is the cornerstone of effective teaching, and this book will help lay the foundation for everything you want to accomplish professionally: Designate a place for EVERY type of classroom materialTurn needy, disorganized children into self-reliant, responsible studentsDevelop and teach ANY classroom procedureTrain the class to follow along, stay on-task, and work togetherUse fun teaching techniques that help you assess student learningEliminate homework hassles and parent miscommunicationsPrevent burnout by enjoying and growing with studentsConstruct a self-running classroom that frees you to teach! Using actual classroom photographs, forms, and dialogue examples, The Cornerstone will show you how to design instructional routines that facilitate learning. It will guide you through each step of communicating and reinforcing your expectations. Learn how to create a vision for your classroom and TEACH for it!
  • Very useful information for a new teacher on setting up all aspects of your classroom. My most useful takeaway from this book was how to set up your desk, file cabinets, and turn-in boxes in such a way that allows you to avoid clutter and keep all of your papers organized. I can imagine this section would even be very useful to some experienced teachers who find themselves occasionally sucked into the paper-trap that is the life of a teacher. Luckily, I got this book just a few months into my first-year of teaching, and was able to get my piles and stacks of papers sorted and organized before they took over my corner of the classroom.

    Also has good suggestions on organizing and managing classroom libraries and the check-out procedures most commonly used. Written with a very 'real' viewpoint, the author talks about how certain systems and ideas started in her classroom, how she implemented them (or tried to), and how the evolved over time into systems that were manageable and useful to her.

    I have read many books about teaching, and this has probably been the one that I have found most useful so far. Some of the tips and strategies (on classroom set-up and routines and procedures mostly) got put into immediate use in my classroom, which is much more than I can say for some of the other books I have read. If I had to choose between this and the Wong book that so many had recommended to me, it would definitely be this one. Wong has great ideas and ideals, but this book served much more PURPOSE for me. I hope that helps!

  • This book helped me survive my first two years of teaching in an inner city middle school. My weaknesses as new teacher were classroom organization and management, which she is clearly on top of when reading the book. Even though she writes from the perspective of elementary, it is definitely adaptable with some thought to 6th and 7th graders. Angela Watson's book is a nice amalgam of encouragement, practicality, kindness, and wisdom to listen to in the car. She also has a podcast and website that offer great information if you liked this book too.

  • I love, love, LOVE this book. I bought this book because I was really looking for a book that dealt with a lot of various aspects of teaching (particularly classroom management). As a new teacher, I'm still trying out new techniques and looking to find what will work for me and my teaching style. Angela Watson's book is amazingly detailed! She gives examples, personal stories about how she implemented this strategies in her own classrooms, and best of all........ PICTURES. Since I am a visual learner, I love that she explains her techniques and then shows what it looked like in her classroom through photos. I have since followed her on Pinterest, listen to her podcasts, and I'm hoping to join her Facebook group in the near future. This is a must read for new teachers. Definitely well-worth the Kindle price tag!

  • This book is full of excellent advice and encouragement. I am giving it for stars only because some of the ideas will not work well for me as a secondary teacher. If you teach elementary, this would definitely be a 5 star book.

  • Reading this books feels like having a window to watch that experienced teacher you always admire. It’s both practical and inspiring.

  • This book is full of detailed info on how to manage everything from behaviors to paperwork. I taught intermediate grades for a while before taking time off to raise my babies. I went back to work 2 years ago in Kindergarten and just this year decided to go back to 3rd grade. I wanted to refresh myself in all the areas of teaching (kinder is really its own world) and have always wanted to be more organized. This book, while containing many basics that I already knew to do, had many great tips and ideas that I had never thought of. The author talks to you like a colleague and does not talk down as if she has much more experience and is wiser than most. She admits she has tried things that she found weren't great and has changed things over the years. She has done the experimenting for us! School starts here in two weeks and I feel I can organize my prepfor the year much more effectively with tips from this book. Highly recommend for new teachers or anyone that just wants to know how the other teachers go home right on time every day!!

  • I am a middle school teacher, and I was looking for ways to tighten up my classroom management. I found this book to be an incredible resource for ideas and advice. It feels like this author thought of EVERYTHING... which is helpful and daunting at the same time. As a reader I think you have to be prepared to read everything, but then go back and select the most important places to start.

    The book seems to be written mostly for a primary school audience, and I found myself having to read the book with that in mind. The information on classroom set-up and organization works for teachers K-12, but some routines are probably not necessary in a middle or high school classroom.

    Concepts and routines are clearly explained in a systematic and detailed way. Even if you don't use a particular suggestion, the author gives you an appreciation of what you have to think about as you design your own classroom routines.

    Overall, I really enjoyed the book and there's a lot that I can use.

  • And believe me I’ve bought at lot. Angela’s thorough knowledge and common sense teaching style helps you through most situations and gives you practical advice - I’ve been teaching over ten years and wish someone would have given me this sooner