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No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practicesby Gianna Cassetta
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Frustrated by ongoing difficult student behavior? You're not alone: classroom management issues are a leading cause of teacher burnout. But there is a solution. No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices shows how to promote good behavior, address interruptions, and keep everyone moving forward.
"Management and control are not the same," write teacher and school leader Gianna Cassetta and noted researcher Brook Sawyer. If trying harder to exert control is sapping your energy, watch as they show how to transition away from the roles of disciplinarian or goody dispenser and toward an integrated, professionally satisfying model for classroom management. You'll find everything you need to get going, including:
Ease your frustration with classroom management and return dozens of hours lost each year to addressing problematic behaviors. Take a page from No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices and turn your classroom into a community that helps students become their best selves-and helps you rediscover the joy of teaching.
About the Author
Gianna Cassetta is coauthor of No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices, part of the Not This, But That series. She is the author of a professional text entitled, Literacy Centers: a Standards Based Approach for Grades 3 and Beyond, and is featured in instructional videos on effective literacy practices, including Step into Guided Reading. She is currently working on a book about the relationship between classroom management approaches and the social efficacy of students. Gianna is an experienced classroom teacher, school leader, and consultant, and has worked as Director of Leadership Development for the Office of School Reform and Innovation at Denver Public Schools. Her passion for urban education led her to steer the effort to co-found Future Leaders Institute, a charter school in Harlem, New York City, and SOAR Schools in Denver, Colorado where she currently serves as Co-Executive Director.Brook Sawyer is coauthor of No More Taking Away Recess and Other Problematic Discipline Practices, part of the Not This, But That series. Brook was a middle school language arts teacher and an elementary guidance counselor and is now an assistant professor in the College of Education at Lehigh University. Her research aims are interdisciplinary and center on promoting the development of young children who have disabilities or who are dual language learners (DLLs). Specifically, her work aims to support the development of preschoolers who are at risk for poor school performance by examining and enhancing the practices of teachers and teachers as well as by enhancing partnerships between educators and parents. She has published her work in numerous journals, such as Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Journal of Early Intervention, and Journal of Research in Reading. She has presented her work at national and international conferences.
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