From discipline to culturally responsive engagement : 45 classroom management strategies
- Pinto, Laura E.
- Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, 
- Physical description
- xxi, 206 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
LB3013 .P485 2013
Note: added 246 field per Education, hbr 11/4/2013
- Unknown LB3013 .P485 2013
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -199) and index.
- Using this book ; Reflective practice about classroom management ; Common core connections ; 21st-century skills connections ; The judicious evidence-based approach in this book ; Book features
- pt. I. Foundations of classroom management and culturally responsive practice. 1. Revisiting classroom management with fresh eyes : Using evidence to spot "good" classroom management
- 2. Cultural responsiveness as key to classroom management : Cultural responsiveness and its complexity ; Cultural competence versus cultural proficiency ; Control and power: reflecting on authority and legitimacy in the context of culture
- 3. The classroom management spectrum : The discipline focus ; The reward-and-routine focus ; The engagement focus ; Engagement requires humanizing relationships in schools ; Situating yourself on the spectrum
- pt. II. 45 practical strategies for classroom management. 4. Comfortable learning cribs: the physical environment and routines : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 1: Classroom layout ; Strategy 2: Seating plans ; Strategy 3: Decorations and displays ; Strategy 4: Establishing routines and rituals ; Strategy 5: Daily openers and brain teasers
- 5. Here's the deal: laying out expectations and rules : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 6: Setting classroom rules ; Strategy 7: Retroactive rules ; Strategy 8: Progressive discipline: decisions about punishments and consequences ; Strategy 9: Guided-choice models
- 6. Excuse me? Strategies for immediate actions in response to students : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 10: Mental set and emotional regulation ; Strategy 11: Verbal feedback (corrections and encouragement ; Strategy 12: Nonverbal feedback (corrections and encouragement) ; Strategy 13: Getting students' attention
- 7. Let's see what you've been up to: tracking student behavior : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 14: Pocket cards ; Strategy 15: Punch cards ; Strategy 16: Positive sticks ; Strategy 17: Citizenship chart ; Strategy 18: The ladder ; Strategy 19: Incident reports
- 8. Pay it forward: rewards systems in your classroom : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 20: Using praise and encouragement constructively ; Strategy 21: Class points ; Strategy 22: Celebration jar ; Strategy 23: Saving up time ; Strategy 24: I spy ; Strategy 25: Class currency (store/auction)
- 9. Welcome Mom and Dad: enhancing parent-teacher collaboration and communication : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 26: Contracting ; Strategy 27: Sunshine calls ; Strategy 28: Newsletters ; Strategy 29: Scheduled meetings and open houses
- 10. What's the buzz? Student-teacher and class-teacher communication : Considerations for cultural responsiveness ; Strategy 30: Class meetings ; Strategy 31: Individual HAT meetings ; Strategy 32: Parking lot memos ; Strategy 33: Start-stop-continue
- 11. Everybody in! Strategies for group communication and engaged learning : Considerations for cultural resopnsiveness ; Strategy 34: Talking chips ; Strategy 35: Talking sticks ; Strategy 36: Theory building over theory telling ; Strategy 37: Democracy diamond ; Strategy 38: Cogenerative dialogues and cyphers ; Strategy 39: Challenging text content ; Strategy 40: Boal's theatre of the oppressed ; Strategy 41: Judicious use of humor and satire ; Strategy 42: Celebrating mistakes ; Strategy 43: Using popular culture in meaningful ways ; Strategy 44: Place-based learning ; Strategy 45: Linquistic comfort zones
- pt. III. Professional learning communities. 12. Professional learning community guide to culturally responsive classroom management. Meeting 1: Thinking about culture ; Meeting 2: Our school community ; Meeting 3: Our place on the classroom management spectrum ; Meeting 4: Assessing our practice ; Meeting 5: Applying our learning to scenarios.
- Publication date
- Laura E. Pinto.
- Title Variation
- Forty-five classroom management strategies