Über den Autor
Amanda M. Rudolph is an assistant professor in secondary education at Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas.
Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Part I: Classroom Management and Course Content Chapter 3 1. Bad Lesson Chapter 4 2. Cheaters Chapter 5 3. A Quick Finish Chapter 6 4. Special Needs Chapter 7 5. A Heckler Part 8 Part II: Classroom Management and Social Issues Chapter 9 6. The Class Clown Chapter 10 7. Gossiping Chapter 11 8. Black and White Chapter 12 9. Angry Outburst Chapter 13 10. Ms. Popularity Part 14 Part III: Classroom Management and Special Circumstances Chapter 15 11. A Power Struggle Chapter 16 12. Violent Students Chapter 17 13. Bullies Chapter 18 14. Weapons Chapter 19 15. An Angry Parent
This book will help teacher educators, preservice and classroom teachers, and administrators investigate and discuss common issues in classroom management at the secondary level. It will also serve as a supplement to many approaches to teaching classroom management by offering case studies that reflect common issues teachers will face in their classrooms. The case studies that are included address classroom procedures, equity in the classroom, disruptions by students, rules and consequences, rewards, classroom climate, teacher-student relationships, and other problems relating to classroom management.