No More Theories Please!: A Guide for Elementary Teachers is a classroom management guide for current and prospective elementary classroom teachers. In the book Masao discuss the 3 Rs of management—rules, routines, and reinforcement—as well as behavior management plans and organization. Some chapters provide templates of management systems that the author created and implemented successfully in her own classroom. Unlike many other education texts, this book does not speak in theoretical terms. Rather it provides a how-to guide that clearly defines each strategy and procedure. The book is divided into three sections: organization; routines, rules, and reinforcement; and classroom behavior management systems. Each section has three or four chapters and provides tangible and pragmatic steps that can be taken to create the structured environment desired. Masao writes with a conversational tone, guiding the reader through the process.
Activities That Help Children Meet Important Learning Goals in Reading, Writing, Math & More
Author: Susan Lunsford
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Teacher Susan Lunsford shares her best book-based lessons in every subject area. Launch a measurement lesson with Amy Hest’s The Purple Coat, discuss spelling strategies with Marc Brown’s Arthur’s Teacher Trouble , explore multiplication with Tomie dePaola’s The Art Lesson, and much more! Your students will love the connection to their favorite books—and you’ll love meeting standards while fostering a love of literature. For use with Grades 1-3.
Printed on Facing Pages for Comparative Study - With Notes, Comments, and Legislative History Federal & California Evidence Rules promotes comparison and close study of the Federal Rules of Evidence And The California Evidence Code. Three distinct sections assist in researching and understanding evidentiary issues: the first part displays the Federal Rules of Evidence on the right hand pages and comparable sections of the California Evidence Code on the left the second part covers the Federal Rules of Evidence including the text of the rules the third part focuses on the California Evidence Code