Table of Contents.
About the Author.
1: Overview of Classroom Management for Academic Success.
2: Classroom Management: The Key to Improving Academic Performance.
3: Empowering Beliefs and Expectations.
4: I Can Transform My Classroom Management Efforts.
5: My Students Can Behave Appropriately.
6: I Can Influence My Students to Behave Appropriately.
7: It Is Okay to Expect Appropriate Behavior.
8: Teach Responsible Behavior for Academic Success at the Beginning of the School Year.
9: Part One: Conducting a Lesson on Appropriate Behavior.
10: Create and Use a Beginning of the Year Responsible Behavior Curriculum.
11: The Behavior Management Cycle.
12: The Behavior Management Cycle Step One—Effectively Communicate Explicit Directions.
13: The Behavior Management Cycle Step Two—Using Behavioral Narration.
14: The Behavior Management Cycle Step Three—Take Corrective Action.
15: Using the Behavior Management Cycle.
16: Building Trusting Relationships.
17: Building Trusting Relationships with Students.
18: Building Trusting Relationships with Parents.
19: The 2-Week Turnaround Program.
20: The 2-Week Turnaround Program.
21: Managing Instructional Activities to Promote Academic Success.
22: Introduction to Instructional Activities.
23: Teacher-Directed Instruction.
24: Whole-Class Discussion.
25: Sitting on the Rug.
26: Independent Work.
27: Working with a Partner.
28: Teacher Works with a Small Group While Other Students Work Independently.
29: Working in Groups.
30: Working at Centers.
31: Managing Procedures for Academic Success.
32: Introduction to Procedures.
33: Attention-Getting Signal.
34: In-Seat Transitions.
35: Out-of-Seat Transitions.
36: Lining Up to Leave the Classroom.
37: Walking in Line.
38: Entering the Classroom After Recess or Lunch.
39: Students Going to Pull-Out Programs.
40: Distributing and Collecting Materials and Papers.
41: Attending an Assembly.
42: Emergency Drills.
43: Beginning of the Day or Period Routine.
44: End of the Day or Period Routine.
45: Establishing Classroom Policies for Academic Success.
46: Introduction to Policies.
47: Classroom Rules.
48: Positive Feedback.
49: Corrective Actions.
50: Bringing Appropriate Materials to Class.
51: Making Up Missed Work Due to Absence.
52: Sharpening Pencils.
53: Using Materials on Bookshelves or in Cabinets.
54: Individual Students Leaving Class to Go to the Restroom.
55: Late or Missing Assignments.
56: Student Helpers.
57: Taking Care of Desks, Tables, and Chairs.
58: Using the Drinking Fountain.
Appendix: Overhead Transparencies.