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Best Practice In Motivation and Management in the Classroom, Third Edition
Wiseman, Dennis G., Ph.D. and Gilbert H. Hunt, Ph.D.
Charles C. Thomas, Publishers / Softcover / 2013-10-01 / 0398087709
School-Oriented
price: $62.50 (may be subject to change)
344 pages
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Having the ability to manage the learning environment, motivate students in the environment, and offer instruction that itself is motivating and which contributes to students learning what they need to learn and acquiring skills they need to acquire characterizes effective teachers. To meet these expectations, teachers need highly developed skills as instructional specialists, motivators, managers, and problem solvers. This new and expanded edition offers practical information for beginning as well as veteran teachers to become more knowledgeable, skilled, and effective in their work. Through study, application of what has been studied, and analysis and evaluation of the end result of this application, teachers who care to improve can improve. The text provides a specific context and focus for this active learning in areas of management and motivation. Additional sections discuss: understanding motivation and motivating environments, creating a managed environment with models and theories of management, best practice in teaching, creating and maintaining safe learning environments, responding to student motivation and behavior problems, and case studies for analysis in student motivation and classroom management. The text reviews appropriate strategies when responding to specific types of student misbehavior and also discusses zero tolerance policies, bullying, expulsion, teaching special students, addressing diversity, violence, school uniforms, and drug abuse as related to management and motivation. It is highlighted with supporting examples, question and activity sections by chapter, a helpful glossary, and 29 additional tables. This third edition continues to be an invaluable resource for teachers, student teachers, special educators, and school administrators in providing guidance, practical recommendations, and insight into developing sound management and motivation in the classroom.

Contents:

Preface
Chapter
1. Motivation and Management: Two Sides to the Same Coin
The Interrelatedness of Motivation and Management
Establishing a Common Language for Understanding Motivation and Management
Motivation
Management
Discipline
Best Practice in Motivation and Management
The Teacher as a Motivator
The Teacher as a Manager
The Teacher as a Reflective Practitioner
The Model for Reflection and Inquiry
Classroom Problems Analysis
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
2. Understanding Motivation and Motivating Environments
Motivation
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Behaviorism and Motivation
Cognitive Theories of Motivation
Self-efficacy
Humanistic Views of Motivation
Factors That Affect Student Motivation
Attribution
Locus of Control
Teacher Expectations
Goals ó Learning and Performance
Anxiety
Environment
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
3. Creating a Managed Environment: Models and Theories of Classroom Management
Management
Management Models and Theories
Jacob Kouninís Theories
Rudolf Dreikursí Theories
William Glasserís Theories
Haim Ginottís Theories
Fred Jonesí Theories
Thomas Gordonís Theories
Lee Canterís Theories
B.F. Skinnerís Theories
David and Roger Johnsonís Theories
Alfie Kohnís Theories
Selecting Management Models
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
4. Best Practice in Teaching for Best Practice in Student Motivation and Classroom Management
Establishing a Foundation for Best Teaching Practice
Lesson Clarity
Instructional Variety
Teacher Task Orientation
Engagement in the Learning Process
Student Success Rate
Early Research on Best Teaching Practice
Clarity
Variability
Enthusiasm
Task-Oriented and/or Business-Like Behavior
Student Opportunity to Learn Criterion Material
Use of Student Ideas and General Indirectness
Criticism
Use of Structuring Comments
Types of Questions
Probing Behaviors
Level of Difficulty of Instruction
More Current Research on Best Teaching Practice
Teacher Beliefs and Behaviors
Organization
Review
Focus
Questioning
Feedback
Praise
Closure
Communication
Analyzing Classrooms for Best Practice in Teaching
Rating Scale for Teacher Effectiveness
System for the Analysis of Teaching Practices
Scoring Your Analysis
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
5. Creating and Maintaining Safe Learning Environments
Addressing School Violence
Bullying: A Frequent Cause of Violence
Illegal Drugs in Schools
Specific Prevention Methods
School Uniforms
Zero Tolerance
Expulsion
Safe Environments for Exceptional Students
Addressing Diversity
The First Year of Teaching
Teacher Stress
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
6. Responding to Student Motivation and Behavior Problems
Teacher Reactions to Student Misconduct
The Proactive Teacher
Addressing Specific Management Problems
Inattention
Working with Inattention Problems
Disruptive Talking
Working with Disruptive Talking Problems
Attention-Seeking
Working with Attention-Seeking Problems
Chronic Avoidance of Work
Working with Chronic Avoidance of Work Problems
Dishonesty
Working with Dishonesty Problems
Unruliness
Working with Unruliness Problems
Defiance
Working with Defiance Problems
Aggression
Working with Aggression Problems
Applying the Model for Reflection and Inquiry
Conclusion
Questions/Activities for Reflection
7. Case Studies for Analysis in Student Motivation and Classroom Management
The Model for Reflection and Inquiry
Guiding Questions for Student Motivation and Management Problem Analysis
Inattention (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Sukiís Inattention
Inattention (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Javierís Inattention
Disruptive Talking (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Sierraís Disruptive Talking
Disruptive Talking (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Kelliís Disruptive Talking
Attention-Seeking (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Bridgetís Attention-Seeking
Attention-Seeking (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Jenniferís Attention-Seeking
Chronic Avoidance of Work (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Tabithaís Chronic Avoidance of Work
Chronic Avoidance of Work (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Jayís Chronic Avoidance of Work
Dishonesty (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Thomís Dishonesty
Dishonesty (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Shekiahís Dishonest
Unruliness (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Billyís Unruliness
Unruliness (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Kendrickís Unruliness
Defiance (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Maggieís Defiance
Defiance (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Ericís Defiance
Aggression (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Julianís Aggression
Aggression (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Sebastianís Aggression
Bullying (Primary-Elementary Grades)
Joseís Bullying Problem
Bullying (Middle-Secondary Grades)
Keithís Bullying Problem
Conclusion
Glossary 291
References 305
Index 325

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