Über den Autor
Howard Seeman, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of the City University of New York. He has supervised student teachers and taught classroom management since 1970. He has published over 20 articles in professional and online journals, conducted over 40 training workshops on classroom management throughout the U.S., and has been a keynote speaker at many national education conferences. Prof. Seeman has been a consultant to school administrators/teachers nationally and internationally since 1975. He was also a licensed Social Studies and English teacher in the N.Y.C. public schools for 6 years, and co-directed a camp for emotionally disturbed children.
This book, based on the author's extensive work with New York City school teachers, helps teachers to design instructional strategies to prevent, not just handle, disruptive classroom behavior. Seeman discusses more than 100 of these problems, from respon