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- A Publication of the Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English
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You can't do everything From Amazon but you can do many of these in your class.
While geared more toward an English class the author does teach English, after all , many of the ideas and strategies can be used by other teachers. The author focuses on organization and behavior management, which is sorely needed in classrooms today. She gives real world examples that, if done right, have a wonderful effect on the classroom environment. Unfortunately, there are so MANY tips, the teacher reading this may feel overwhelmed and discouraged from trying any of the tips.
My advice is to pick a few strategies and use them in class. Then, start to build upon the foundation and you will see some changes in the classroom attitude and environment.
Teaching Outside the Box: How to Grab Your Students By Their Brains | Ebook | Ellibs Ebookstore
Overall, the book is a good resource especially for secondary teachers. Okay Book From Amazon As other reviews have said, this is a good book for a new teacher.
As an experienced teacher, I didn't find that much useful. I did find a couple of approaches I hadn't thought of assignments for rude people, for example as well as some ideas for portfolios.
Overall, I didn't find much in the book I haven't read or heard elsewhere. When dealing with problem students, she always talked about calling security if things got to the point where the student had to be removed from class. We don't have security at our school.
While we have problems, our problems don't come anywhere near the problems she had to face. It's not a bad book. In fact, I plan on giving my copy to my language arts team member who is entering her second year. The book really was not what I was looking for. This book will certainly not teach you how tos, so do not expect this but it shows one experience of teaching from one person only. This means we must step outside the box—moving our focus from 'fixing' the students when a problem arises to helping a teacher improve his or her practice. Improve classroom management, discipline, motivation, and morale Explore strategies for arranging your classroom, engaging students, and avoiding the misbehavior cycle Create an environment where students learn and teachers teach Leverage insight from teachers and students Teaching Outside the Box: How to Grab Your Students by Their Brain, Third Edition is an essential resource for teachers at any stage in their careers.
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A Publication of the Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English
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Teaching Outside the Box (3rd ed.)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Coin Toss? This new edition has been expanded to include coverage of the following topics: discipline, portfolio assessments, and technology in the classroom.