This student workbook is designed to accompany the textbook, Behavior Management Strategies for Teachers (2nd Ed.). It is intended to help reinforce understanding of the basic principles described in the companion textbook. There are fifteen chapters in the textbook and, therefore, there are fifteen chapters in the workbook. A summary of the key concepts within each chapter is presented at the beginning of each chapter. These concepts also appear in the companion textbook at the end of each chapter. Questions in the student workbook are based on the content of each chapter. The responses require paraphrasing and application of textbook content. The course instructor has the option of requiring the student to answer some or all of the questions in the workbook. However, it is suggested that all of the questions are answered by the student, because it will serve as an excellent study guide and help prepare the student for examinations as well as insuring mastery of the textbook content.This student workbook is designed to accompany the textbook, Behavior Management Strategies for Teachers (2nd Ed.).
|Title||:||BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS|
|Author||:||Joan C. Harlan, Sidney T. Rowland|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2002-01-01|