Practical Strategies for Addressing Off-Task Behavior and Creating Positive Classrooms
Explore practical techniques for confronting a range of issues, from addressing low-level off-task behavior in a positive way to the more serious challenge of pivoting around arguments and de-escalating conflict. Learn how to identify the driving factors behind off-task behavior and tailor your response to each student.
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A toolkit of practical strategies for addressing challenging classroom behavior
When you’re facing off-task behavior in the classroom, it helps to have practical, teacher-tested, research-based strategies you can easily implement to address the specific challenge at hand. You’ll find a wealth of tools in Classroom Dynamics by Glen Pearsall. Drawing from experience, Pearsall covers a variety of nuanced responses to difficult behaviors, as well as how to strengthen student engagement and maintain positive relationships.
This book is ideal for K–12 teachers looking to:
- Benefit from numerous strategies for dealing with and even avoiding off-task behavior
- Receive concrete tips to try immediately in classrooms
- Survey the best research about student behavior and engagement
- Learn how to quickly get to the heart of issues that might be affecting student learning
- Understand the reasons behind disruptive behavior to better differentiate strategies for individual students
Product Code: BKB018
Classroom Dynamics should be mandatory reading in higher education teacher preparation programs, serving as a coaching guide for novice teachers and a go-to manual for classroom management strategies to further professional development.”
“Glen offers more than vague ideas and gives beginning teachers straightforward advice on how they can keep students engaged and on-task in the classroom. I felt fortunate to be able to share such a clear, practical resource with the beginning teachers in my program.”