Classroom Management: Engaging Students in Learning focuses on what teachers can do to create quality learning environments with their students. This new edition addresses the seven Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) teacher standards which pre-service teachers need to meet. The Positive Learning Framework (PLF) described in this text demonstrates effective instructional strategies that engage students in learning as well as developing the skills needed to positively respond to misbehaviour and de-escalate conflict. This PLF model is commonly used and easily adaptable providing pre-service teachers with a tool they can take into the classroom.
NEW TO THIS EDITIONAddresses the seven AITSL teacher standardsNew content on neuroscience, trauma, and digital technologiesNew Teacher in Focus case studies explore key themes of the text including re-engaging disengaged learners, developing responsible and independent students, teaching for impact, and connecting with studentsMargin notes highlight important concepts to help with revision and essay writing.
Tim McDonald (CEO CEO GenerationOne at Minderoo Foundation)
OUP Australia and New Zealand
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3rd Revised edition
23 April 2019
Professional and scholarly
1. The Positive Learning Framework in the Classroom 2. Connecting with Students 3. Frameworks to View Student Behaviour 4. Teaching for Impact 5. Developing Responsible and Independent Students 6. Re-engaging the Disengaged Learner 7. Cultural Competency and Classroom Management (Authored by Matt Byrne and Graeme Gower) 8. The Effective Teacher's Learning Journey
Tim McDonald was previously Executive Director of Catholic Education WA and Associate Professor at Edith Cowan University.