This volume for teachers and administrators outlines a schoolwide plan for classroom management for grades six to 12 that draws from research, uses a team-based approach to behavior management
and discipline, and teaches students to learn and internalize personal responsibility for their own behavior.
Chapter 1 provides an introduction to the study and explains some school-based interventions such as social competency programs, behavior management
programs, and environmental competence in guardianship.
Dealing with behavior management
issues, communicating with campers, developing appropriate styles of leadership, working with groups, and knowing what activities are most appropriate, are additional implications for camp staff.
Part of the Safe & Civil School Series, which focuses on improving student behavior and school climate at every level with an emphasis on proactive, positive, and instructional behavior management
, this volume details the CHAMPS approach to classroom and behavior management
for K-8 classroom teachers.
Included is information on the symptoms and severity of a variety of affect and mood problems, as well as information on interventions ranging from environmental accommodations to behavior management
Train staff in behavior management
, discipline, and appropriate methods for relating to campers.
The 16 chapters cover all major topics in the field, describing key variables that managers can use in organizational behavior management
, and relationships among those variables that can help managers predict the likely outcome of their actions.
Thus, a broad range of topics could have fit this special issue: group dynamics and behavior, motivational factors, behavior management
, leadership development, personality differences and influences, cultural impacts on behavior, and factors affecting self-esteem.