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978-1-57886-302-0 • Paperback • January 2006 • $50.00 • (£38.00)
Dianne F. Bradley is director of the Creative Initiatives in Teacher Education (CITE) program at the University of Maryland and a trained facilitator in Process Communication ®.
Judith Ann Pauley is an adjunct professor at California State University San Marcos. She has more than 40 years experience teaching chemistry and physics and has been named Teacher of the Year three times.
Joseph F. Pauley is an adjunct professor at several universities. He has taught at all levels from elementary school through graduate school and has been helping educators reach and teach every student for more than 18 years.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Part 2 The Six Keys
Chapter 3 The Perfect Plan, Key 1: Know Yourself
Chapter 4 The Students Arrive, Key 2: Know Your Students
Chapter 5 Traditional Behavior Management Models, Key 3: Examine Current Strategies
Chapter 6 Motivating Students of All Types, Key 4: Motivate by Type
Chapter 7 Proactive Strategies for Reducing Problem Behavior, Key 5: Develop Intervention Strategies
Chapter 8 Thinking outside the Box, Key 6: Create a Multifaceted Environment
Part 9 Changing Negatives into Positives
Chapter 10 Differentiating for Success
Chapter 11 Dealing with Acute Negative Behaviors
Chapter 12 Preparing All Students for Standards and Assessments