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Common-Sense Classroom Management for Special Education Teachers, Grades 6-12

Jill A. Lindberg Education Consultant
Dianne Evans Kelley Cardinal Stritch University
Judith Walker-Wied Milwaukee Public Schools
Kristin M. Forjan Beckwith Cooperative Educational Service Agency, Milwaukee, WI
© 2007   160 pages   8.5" x 11"  
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"Uses humor while providing straight forward suggestions for the new teacher. User friendly with pertinent information and resources for the new teacher."

Kathy Amacher, Special Education Teacher

Franklin Middle School, Geneva, IL

"As I read, I kept thinking to myself just how appropriate the title was. The book is a compilation of just what it says—common-sense solutions and suggestions. I liked the chapter titles because I knew exactly what would be in each chapter."

Jo Bellanti, Director of Special Education

Shelby County Schools, Bartlett, TN

"Teachers will love the straight forward, practical information. The topics and strategies are excellent."

Debi Gartland, Professor of Special Education

Towson University, MD

"Practical information is presented in a clear-cut, easy-to-read format."

Toby Karten, Resource Center Teacher

Manalpan Englishtown Regional Schools , NJ

"Provides great insight for developing and organizing your overall daily routine, planning, and teaching."

Mariann C. Carter, NBPTS Certified Exceptional Needs Specialist

Department of Education Office of Exceptional Children, Columbia, SC

"Reflects what I've experienced in my co-teaching with three different experienced special education teachers. Reading the chapters on 'Legal Issues' and 'Working with Support Staff' gave me a new appreciation for the amount of out-of-classroom activities for which a special education teacher is responsible."

Patricia Waller, Secondary Special Education Teacher

Emmaus High School, PA

"Serves as a good resource for the teacher who may be struggling with an aspect of classroom management and is seeking new strategies."

Sandra E. Archer, NBCT, Special Education Teacher

Volusia County Schools, Ormond Beach, FL

"The authors' ability to collaboratively pinpoint current classroom issues and offer direct problem-solving approaches is impressive. This easy-to-implement resource with its organized chapter outlines and well-crafted format are flexible and adaptable to any grade, subject, or ability level. Abounds with suggestions to assist the educator in creating a positive classroom atmosphere."

Erin Ann Witty, Special Education Teacher

Milwaukee Public Schools, Project Stay, WI

"A valuable reference for any special education teacher. With a focus on classroom management, the guide covers all aspects of teaching from paperwork to professional relationships. New and veteran teachers will find useful tips and indispensable resources to improve their practice and enrich their learning."

Peggy Holtman, Special Education Supervisor

Milwaukee Public Schools, WI

Common-Sense Classroom Management for Special Education Teachers, Grades 6-12

Jill A. Lindberg Education Consultant
Dianne Evans Kelley Cardinal Stritch University
Judith Walker-Wied Milwaukee Public Schools
Kristin M. Forjan Beckwith Cooperative Educational Service Agency, Milwaukee, WI
© 2007   160 pages   8.5" x 11"  
Corwin

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About This Title

"Teachers will love the straightforward, practical information. The topics and strategies are excellent."
—Debi Gartland, Professor of Special Education, Towson University

"Impressive. Pinpoints current classroom issues and offers direct problem-solving approaches. This easy-to-implement resource, with its organized chapter outlines and well-crafted format, is flexible and adaptable to any grade, subject, or ability level."
—Erin Ann Witty, Special Education Teacher, Milwaukee Public Schools, WI

"Provides great insight for developing and organizing your overall daily routine, planning, and teaching."
—Mariann C. Carter, Exceptional Needs Specialist, South Carolina Department of Education

"A valuable reference for any special education teacher. With a focus on classroom management, the guide covers all aspects of teaching, from paperwork to professional relationships. New and veteran teachers will find indispensable resources to improve their practice and enrich their learning."
—Peggy Holtman, Special Education Supervisor, Milwaukee Public Schools, WI

Special education teaching strategies in a no-nonsense format!

If you're a teacher new to special education, this book is for you! This newest Common-Sense Classroom Management guide addresses the most critical challenges that arise when teaching adolescent learners with special needs.

In this flexible and easy-to-implement resource, educators will find 80 concise and teacher-tested strategies. Each strategy works in five steps or fewer, helping special educators feel competent and confident about working with coteachers, teacher aides, support staff, administrators, and families. The authors, all special education experts, provide practical assistance with:

  • Specially designed instruction and student organization to make teaching more effective
  • Legal responsibilities aligned with IDEIA and NCLB requirements
  • Positive behavioral supports, including incentive programs and meaningful consequences

Ideal for teachers new to special education, teacher trainers, and teacher mentors, this resource provides a clear-sighted focus to help you shape the structure of each teaching day and ensure success for all your learners with special needs!

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