A Biological Brain In A Cultural Classroom
by Robert Sylwester
A great book to help teachers improve classroom management by understanding the "misbehavior" triggers. It applies the latest in brain research and learning theory to classroom management. Difficult concepts of psychoneurophysiology are made readily accessible. The author offers data-gathering activities to help students manage their own behavior. Teachers learn how their own behavior impacts the classroom environment. This book will cover biological and cultural foundations of classroom management, principal brain systems, energy, space, time, and movement-key elements in classroom management, and exploring the impact of biological and cultural ranges.
Item # 016 $24.95