Classroom Life: Shaping the Learning Environment, Classroom Management Strategies and Teaching Techniques

Thomas K. Babalis and L. Konstantina Tsoli
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: EDU044000

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Classroom Life: Shaping the Learning Environment, Classroom Management Strategies and Teaching Techniques is an informative and easy-to-read book that combines theoretical concepts with practical implications, aiming at training teachers to engage their students socially and emotionally, and ensure their academic success. It offers a wide variety of skills, methods, strategies and techniques that teachers can use to keep their students focused, well-behaved and organized. Describing real situations and dilemmas, it provides theoretically sound strategies and good practices concerning two issues: preventing discipline problems and dealing with current topics, such as multiculturalism, school violence, crises etc.

The book is an exquisite mapping of classroom life based on current theories, research and classroom experience. It has been written by actual teachers with many years of classroom experience, and it provides examples that can be applied in the classroom. Readers receive clear guidance on putting professional integrity and emotional literacy into practice. Overall, it presents specific guidelines for planning, implementing and developing classroom management tasks. It is an accessible and practical book that meets the needs of all teachers in a simple and enjoyable way, and gives them the opportunity to reflect on their own practices and become motivated. This is a must-have book for anyone needing support in the process of classroom management, and emphasizes that a safe, positive and compassionate classroom is the key component in any educational setting.
(Imprint: Nova)

Foreword

Introduction

Part A. Shaping the Learning Environment

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. The Classroom Climate

Chapter 3. Factors Shaping the Classroom Climate

Chapter 4. Communication and Interaction in the Classroom

Chapter 5. Teacher-Student Relationships

Chapter 6. Student-Student Relationships

Chapter 7. Classroom Space and Learning

Part B: Classroom Management

Chapter 8. Introduction

Chapter 9. Student-Centered Planning and Learning

Chapter 10. Cooperative Learning Methods

Chapter 11. Experiential and Active Teaching Methods

Chapter 12. Cultivating Students’ Critical and Creative Thinking

Chapter 13. Differentiated Instruction

Chapter 14. Learning Assessment

Chapter 15. Classroom Management: Prevention

Chapter 16. Classroom Management: Intervention

Part C: Special Psychopedagogical Issues at School

Chapter 17. Introduction

Chapter 18. Cultivating Life Skills

Chapter 19. Developing and Building on Student Differences

Chapter 20. School Violence and Bullying

Chapter 21. Crisis Management in School

Chapter 22. The Role of the Teacher in School-Family-Community Communication

References

Annex

Index

Click here to read the book review by - Dr. Anasstasios Kodakos, Professor and Director of Master’s Program “Models of Educational Planning and Development”

C2C Digital Magazine - Shalin Hai-Jew, Kansas State University, USA

Principal audiences: Teachers (pre-service, in-service and veteran educators of all levels), educators, undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate students, anyone interested in education.

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