Take Back Your Classroom

Take Back Your Classroom

by Christopher Holley


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Take Back Your Classroom

Are you a teacher struggling with classroom management?

Let me help you by sharing over 15 years of in the classroom experience.

Controlling a class doesn't come naturally to every teacher, and when faced with an overwhelming desire to quit teaching, elementary school teacher, Christopher Holley realized he had another choice. He could stay and develop strategies for improved class behavior. This 53 page guide uses the learning from that vital decision, providing, clear, insightful and practical advice for teachers and their assistants.

Techniques include:

Behavior management (in and out of the classroom)
Rewards vs. Consequence (motivation)
Setting up your classroom for success
Discipline techniques that work
Becoming an overall better teacher

So the next time, you are faced with battle-fatigue, have faith that there are ways to strengthen your resolve and inspire your strategies. Take a look inside this guide and apply techniques even your teacher training didn't cover. Suitable for veteran and new teachers alike!

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5 Star Reviews (More under reviews)

Maribel C.-
I like this book. It's a great tool for a new teacher.

Aishah S.-
Great for my classroom management workshop coming up.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781518711930
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/24/2015
Pages: 54
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.14(d)

About the Author

New Yorker, Christopher Holley, has been an elementary school educator for over 12 years. Through working closely with children he has developed and refined his voice, drawing inspiration from greats like Roald Dahl, David A. Adler and Jeff Kinney.

In his children's stories, Christopher tackles tough issues like water conservation, body image and acceptance. However, he has a whimsical side as well, telling tales of students being put in charge of their school, a fairy that grants moustaches and choosing super-duper super powers.

Moving forwards, Christopher's goals are to continue working closely with children as an educator, and to author many more fantastic, kid-friendly stories.

On a personal basis, Christopher is engaged and he simply loves dogs! In his spare time, he enjoys the Martial Arts, football and strategy games.

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