Table of contents for Effective classroom management : models and strategies for today's classrooms / Carlette Jackson Hardin.

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Chapter 1: Changing Views of Classroom Management
	Introduction
	Changing Views of Classroom Management
Classroom management as discipline 
Classroom management as a system 
Classroom management as instruction
Research on Effective Classroom Management 
		Summary of research findings 
	Critical influences on Classroom Management 
		Rudolf Dreikurs 
William Glasser
		Haim Ginott
	Developing a Personal Classroom Management Plan
Chapter Activities
Chapter References
	 
Part One: Classroom Management as Discipline
Chapter 2: Behavioral Approaches to Classroom Management
Introduction
Elements of Behavior Management
Consequences of Behavior 
			Positive reinforcement
			Negative reinforcement
			Punishment
Schedules of reinforcement -
			Continuous
Intermittent
Types of Reinforcement 
	 		Primary reinforcement
	 		Secondary reinforcement
Working with Individual Students
Behavior modification
Strengths and Weaknesses of Behavior Model
Behavioral Management In the Classroom
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Chapter References
Chapter 3: Lee and Marlene Canter - Assertive Discipline
Introduction
	The Assertive Teacher
		The Non-assertive Teacher
		The Hostile Teacher
		The Assertive Teacher
Roadblocks to Discipline
The Assertive Plan
	Steps in Developing the Plan
	A Kindler, Gentler Canter	
Strengths and Weaknesses of Assertive Discipline
	Assertive Discipline in the Classroom
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 4: Frederic Jones -Positive Discipline
Introduction
	Classroom Structure
	Limit Setting
		Step One: Eyes in the Back of Your Head
		Step Two: Terminate Instruction
		Step Three: Turn, Look, and Say the Students' Names
		Step Four: Walk to the Edge of the Student's Desk 
		Step Five: Prompt
		Step Six: Palms
		Step Seven: Camping out in Front
		Step Eight: Camping out from Behind	
	Responsibility Training
	Backup System
	Summary of Four-Step Model
	Fredisms
	Strengths and Weaknesses of Positive Discipline
	Positive Discipline in the Classroom
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 5: Linda Albert, Jane Nelson, Lynn Lott, and H. Stephen Glenn - Logical Consequences
Introduction
	Goals of Misbehavior	
 		Attention getting
 	Power seeking
Revenge seeking
		Avoidance of Failure
	Reacting to Student Behavior
	Consequences of Misbehaviors
	Helping Students Connect
Strengths and Weaknesses of Logical Consequences
Logical Consequences in the Classroom
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Part Two: Classroom Management as a System
Chapter 6: Richard Curwin and Allen Mendler - Discipline with Dignity
Introduction
Three Dimensional Plan
		Prevention
		Action
		Resolution
As Tough as Necessary
	Discipline with Dignity in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Discipline with Dignity
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 7: Carolyn Evertson - Classroom Organization and Management Program
Introduction
	Key Elements of COMP
		Organizing the Classroom
			Visibility
			Accessibility
			Distractibility
		Planning and Teaching Rules and Procedures
Managing Student Work and Improving Student Accountability 
		Maintaining Good Student Behavior
			Positive consequences
			Corrective consequences
			Negative Consequences	
			Intervention strategies
		Planning and Organizing Instruction
Conducting Instruction and Maintaining the Momentum
Results of Research of Program
COMP in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses COMP
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 8: Alfie Kohn - Building Community
Introduction
Looking at Student/Teacher Interactions
Eliminating the Use of Rewards and Praise
Alternatives to Punishment
Building a Classroom Community
Building Community in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Building Community
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 9: Marvin Marshall - Discipline without Stress(r)
	Introduction
	The Theory
		Anarchy
		Bullying
		Cooperation/Conformity
		Democracy
	The Process
		Teaching the Concepts
		Checking for Understanding
		Guided Choices
		Eliminating Punishment
	Promoting a Positive Classroom Environment
		Evaluating Instruction
		Conducting Class Meetings
		Identifying Standards for Appropriate Behavior
		Using Praise and Rewards Appropriately
Strengths and Weaknesses of Discipline without Stress(r)
Discipline without Stress(r) in the Classroom
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Part Three: Classroom Management as Instruction
Chapter 10: Barbara Coloroso - Inner Discipline
Introduction
Three Types of Classrooms
	The Jellyfish Classroom
		The Brickwall Classroom
		The Backbone Classroom
	Discipline in a Backbone Classroom
Rules Setting in the Backbone Classroom
Problem Solving in a Backbone Classroom
Class Meetings in the Backbone Classroom
Inner Discipline in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Inner Discipline
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 11: Character Education 
	Introduction
	Defining Character Education
	Classroom Strategies
		The Teacher Acts as a Caregiver, Model, and Mentor
		The Teacher Creates a Caring, Moral Community in the Classroom
		The Teacher Practices Moral Discipline
The Teacher Creates a Democratic Classroom Environment
The Teacher Teaches Values through the Curriculum
The Teacher Uses Cooperative Learning Strategies
The Teacher Helps Students Develop the "Conscience of Craft"
The Teacher Encourages Moral Reflection
The Teacher Teaches Conflict Resolution
The School Fosters Caring Beyond the Classroom
The School Creates a Positive Moral Culture within the School
The School Recruits Parents and the Community as Partners in Values Education 
	Nationally Recognized Character Education Programs
CHARACTER COUNTS!
The Character Education Partnership
Community of Caring
Character Education in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Character Education
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
 Chapter 12: Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation
Introduction
Causes of Classroom Conflict
Responses to Conflict
The Conflict Resolution Process
Step 1: Set the stage
Step 2: Gather perspectives	
Step 3: Identify interests
Step 4: Create options
		Step 5: Evaluate options
Step 6: Generate agreement
Conflict Resolution in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Conflict Resolution
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Chapter 13: Forrest Gathercoal: Judicious Discipline
	Introduction
The Bill of Rights
	The First Amendment
	The Fourth Amendment
	The Fourteenth Amendment
Compelling State Interests
	Property Loss and Damage
	Threat to Health and Safety
	Legitimate Educational Purpose
	Serious Disruption of the Educational Process
Time Place, and Manner
Implementation
Developing Rules and Consequences
Judicious Discipline in the Classroom
Strengths and Weaknesses of Conflict Resolution
Summary
Summary of Key Terminology
Chapter Activities
Resources for Further Study
Chapter References
Part Four: Developing a Personal System
Chapter 14: Classroom Management with At-Risk Students
	Introduction
Classroom Management and Students with Disabilities
Classroom Management and Children at Risk
	Poverty and Homelessness
	Abused and Neglected Children
	Children with Violent Tendencies
	Children who are Bullies/Bullied
Chapter Activities
References
Chapter 15: Creating Your Own System
	Introduction
The Philosophy of the Teacher
The Personality of the Teacher
The Teaching Style of the Teacher
The Teacher's Evaluation of the School Environment
The Teacher's Experiences in the Classroom
Chapter Activities
Chapter References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Classroom management.