Teaching Self-control Through Management and Discipline

New teachers need specific and concrete concepts and applications to help them manage a classroom environment so that learning can take place. This book takes the unique perspective of integrating management and discipline, giving teachers the tools to teach self-discipline and prevent student misbehavior. Instead of directing the focus on how to handle misbehavior, teachers are shown tactics for avoiding discipline problems, using numerous discipline scenarios and applications. For the student, learning self-control is one of the most important outcomes of the school experience, and the author uses this goal as a framework for directing the teacher to decide on a personal management and discipline plan.