Volume 5, Issue 1

Classroom management, Fall 2012Better US Fall 2012

Classroom management can be defined as providing an effective learning environment. This definition, however, suggests that the learning environment needs to be effective for all students within a particular class. How can this difficult task be achieved? This edition of Better presents a wide range of views and evidence about classroom management from international experts, providing both practical insights and evidence to ultimately enhance our children’s learning experience, their contribution to their own learning, and their own long-term outcomes.

4–5Good teaching is good classroom managementRobert Slavin
6–7Am I the only one struggling with classroom management?Inge Poole and Carolyn Evertson
8–9Classroom management: What teachers should knowRegina M Oliver
10–11What works in classroom managementTom Kratochwill
12–13From tourists to citizensJerome Freiberg
14–15Promoting engagement with Check & ConnectKaren Stout and Angie Pohl
16–17Dealing with classroom management problemsSaul Axelrod
18–19Support for teachers around the worldJudy Hutchings
20–21Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)Catherine Bradshaw
22–23First Step to Success for preschool childrenEdward Feil
24–25Evidence in the news
26–27The latest research