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978-1-61048-342-1 • Hardback • March 2012 • $89.00 • (£68.00)
978-1-61048-343-8 • Paperback • March 2012 • $36.00 • (£28.00)
978-1-61048-344-5 • eBook • March 2012 • $34.00 • (£26.00)
R.D.S. Campbell has been teaching high school math for over 15 years in North Carolina and South Carolina. He currently lives in Boiling Springs, SC.
Introduction: To Be (a Witch), or Not To BE, That Is the Question – Why a Different Approach is Needed
Chapter 1. Lawless Are They That Make Their Wills Their Law – Choosing Rules
Chapter 2. The Quality of Mercy Is Not Strained – Choosing Consequences
Chapter 3. I Must Be Cruel, Only to Be Kind (Unless I Have a Plan) – Outline of the New Style of Classroom Management
Chapter 4. Modest Doubt Is Called the Beacon of the Wise – Potential Problems with the New Style of Classroom Management
Chapter 5. There Is Nothing Either Good or Bad, But Thinking Makes It So – The Mindset Needed to Teach Successfully: Keeping Stress Low
Chapter 6. Nature Hath Framed Strange Fellows in Her Time – Getting Along With Other Teachers
Chapter 7. Mind Your Speech a Little Lest You Should Mar Your Fortunes – Dealing with Parents
Chapter 8. Uneasy Lies the Head that Wears a Crown – A Word to Administrators
Chapter 9. I Bear a Charmed Life – Adjusting the Plan for College Classrooms
Chapter 10. Some Are Born Great, Some Achieve Greatness, and Some Have Greatness Thrust Upon Them – Using the Plan in Coaching Situations
Chapter 11. Look Like the Innocent Flower, But Be the Serpent Under ‘T’ – A Word to New Teachers
Chapter 12. How Poor Are They That Have Not Patience – Applying the Concepts of the New Style Plan to Parenting
Chapter 13. Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow – Conclusion
Chapter 14. Though This Be Madness, Yet There Is Method In It – FAQ
Appendix: Ten Hypothetical Situations Using the New Style of Classroom Management
It's such a relief to have a set reaction for EVERY infraction. The plan described in this book has really taken a load off my shoulders as a new teacher, and I think the kids respect me much more for it!
— Ella Kate Williams, Greenville Tech Charter High School, SC
Discipline Without Anger is an excellent resource for every teacher, whether you are just starting out or have been teaching for twenty years. It will give you the techniques for discipline that they didn't teach you in college. You know—the techniques that work! Every school system should buy this book for all of their new teachers!
— Tanya Ledford, Polk County High School, NC
Discipline Without Anger has streamlined and simplified my classroom management. The students respect the system because its fair and I love using it because it is effective and easy to enforce.
— Emily Wilson, Polk County High School, NC
Discipline Without Anger allowed me to become a much better teacher! I no longer had to spend my time or energy on classroom management issues. All behavior issues are addressed with Discipline Without Anger (even the small ones) and I went home in the afternoons a much happier and less stressed teacher. The best part of the plan is that it is adaptable to all teaching styles. A MUST-READ and a MUST have behavior management plan for ANY teacher!
— Polly Kennedy, Polk County High School, NC
This reviewer was skeptical of the promise of this book, a new style of classroom management. The first four chapters are informative; however, beginning with chapter 5, this book is invaluable as a resource and as a new approach to classroom management. Its value is in the manner in which it streamlines and simplifies classroom management in a respectful and fair manner. Chapter 1 does a brilliant job of demonstrating by example why this book is needed—teacher frustration regarding so much time spent on discipline and not enough time left for quality teaching. Campbell provides a plan that is appropriate and essential for the classroom, is easily adaptable to a variety of classroom teaching styles, and would translate well for use in the home. Summing Up: Highly recommended.
— Choice Reviews