The bestselling book ever on classroom management and teaching for student achievement with over 3.7 million copies sold. The audiobook walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through structuring and organizing a classroom for success that can be applied at any time of the year at any grade level, pre-K through college.
The book is used in thousands of school districts, in over 120 countries, and in over 2,114 college classrooms, and has been translated into 5 languages. It's practical, yet inspiring. But most important, it works!
This is the most requested book for what works in the classroom for teacher and student success.
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Our school system has encouraged many programs that fit into the structure explained here. But the "whys" are answered here and the listing approach in the presentation of tasks make it more manageable in application.
Was a good listen but the book is formatted more to be read in print than to be listened to if you want to use it to its fullest. Will probably end up buying print or Kindle as well.
I just started this audiobook and will give another review later, however I just wanted to address that the narrator Patrick Lawlor is driving me crazy by the way he pronounces his R's. I just keep hearing "classwoom" management and it's distracting.
This book has many bold and effective insites for new and novice teachers. It provides structure and foundation for anyone wanting to become an effective and productive educator part time or as a full-time career. There are also many tips for being productive in the life as a whole, that carry beyond the classroom. I believe this is a foundation book for all educators. The power of vision, accountability, & choice are highlighted.
Highly inspirational, based on best practices, but a little outdated in parts, especially the part about dress. I gained good insight on how to spend the first week; however, it seemed like there was LOTS of storytelling in between and only offering a few major facets of discipline to work on. This also is very traditional in nature, not the most cutting edge stuff - more of the fundamentals of classroom management.
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