Classroom Management For Art, Music, And Pe Teachers
  • Classroom Management For Art, Music, And Pe Teachers
  • Classroom Management For Art, Music, And Pe Teachers
  • Classroom Management For Art, Music, And Pe Teachers
ISBN: 0615993265
EAN13: 9780615993263
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2014
Pages: 164
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 8.2" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
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Teaching 400-600 students every week presents the ultimate classroom management challenge, one that if you're unprepared for can bury you in a mountain of stress and misbehavior.

Classroom Management for Art, Music, and PE Teachers is a proven solution that will transform even the most difficult group of students into the peaceful, well-behaved class you really want.

It provides the tools, tips, and strategies you need to simply and effectively manage any classroom, no matter how unruly or out of control, so you can focus on teaching, inspiring, and making an impact that lasts a lifetime.

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   have you got that certain somthing?
This is my opinion of the book - it made me feel really fed up because, as someone who struggles with classroom management at times, the recommendation to just be one of those teachers who are automatically respected by the children was worse than useless! This advice came near the end of the book, and if it was intended to sum up the advice in the preceding chapters, it was an admission that if you don 't know that certain something '', children will just feel and respect, even if you try to follow the advice in the book.
 
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   A 'must-read' for all 'special subject' teachers!
This book should be required reading for all teachers at the elementary level for art, music, PE and other special subject '' teachers. In general, we teach specialists '' the entire school, which means we see 400-1000 students per week! This book outlines clearly what teachers need to do outside the general education classroom to create a positive, engaging classroom for all these children. Mr. Linsin also has an email 'blast'every week with useful tips for all teachers.
 
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   I found the techniques in this book to be a great help with my classes
As a veteran music educator, I found the techniques in this book to be a great help in my classes.
 
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   Great Classroom Management Advice
I plan to use many takeaways on the PE court this year!
 
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   Awesome for teachers of any experience
This book brings the blog to life and is specifically designed for elective or special education teachers in a context. I internalized many of Linsin's principles, but with my job change to the middle school Spanish teacher, I realized that I joyfully entered a new world and should have all weapons available. I am so glad that I bought this book. Even as a veteran teacher of 11+ years. Being consistent with every student all the time does not come naturally to me, but I see value in this, and the way my students have behaved in the past — in response — assures me that Linsin is right.
 
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   Highly recommend!
The author knows what he is talking about. I particularly appreciate the ways he talks about how being a specialist teacher is vastly different than classroom teaching. The same techniques can not be used in a gen ed classroom and then moved to an elementary PE, music or art room where we see hundreds of students in a week. Well written and very helpful tips on classroom management.
 
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   Easy to read with good wisdom through
I read this book alongside a special area teacher for Responsive classroom teachers. Linsin has many great pieces of advice to give that are particularly helpful in the section for rules and routines and teacher leverage. I think the other book is much more applicable, while this may read more like a series of mini-essays based on his experience. I will adopt some of his advice and take some of his mindsets. Still not sure if 15 minutes is too long for a timeout, but I might try and find out in my classroom!
 
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   Wow! Perfect for theater teachers who teach on stage in the auditorium.
I wish I would have had this book 20 years ago when I began teaching. Teaching music education for practicing arts teachers is brutal. I have used the principals in this book and so far so well ''. Instead of just time outs per se, I tell the kids that they are not allowed to participate in the theater game or activity we are doing until they get under control of themselves. Definitely worth the purchase.
 
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   A great summer read
I wish I had read it before I started the school year. I thought that the examples of good things to do were also wrong for self reflection.
 
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   Very Good. Nice to have something for us specialist teachers
This book is great for specialist teachers who would like better management of the classroom. I found some helpful ideas and tips, which I have already implemented with success in my classroom this year. I also appreciate that it is not a long and intricate read, but right to the point and very useful. This is an ideal for someone who does not have a lot of time on their hands.
 
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