Creating Positive Classroom Climate

Creating Positive Classroom Climate

30 Practical Strategies for All School Contexts

Maureen Connolly, Jonathan Ryan Davis

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Creating Positive Classroom Climate: 30 Practical Teaching Strategies for All School Contexts is designed for all K-12 educators, pre-service teachers, and teacher preparation faculty. We wrote this book to provide readers with accessible tools that can help them create and maintain an optimal classroom climate.

Reading this book is like being in the room with 30 teacher mentors from different grade-levels and school settings who are sharing strategies for building and maintaining a positive classroom climate. Discover step-by-step breakdowns of how to implement each strategy as well as professional reflections from contributors representing two different grade-levels and a range of suburban and urban settings from all over the globe.

Education students and novice teachers will learn from the in-depth descriptions of how to implement each strategy. Veteran teachers will be inspired by contributing teachers’ professional reflection regarding why and how they utilize each strategy.

Readers in ALL school contexts will benefit from narrative descriptions of each strategy in action, which bring to life the ways that the strategies have made an impact on student learning and teacher development. The adaptations modeled throughout the book, based on students’ and schools’ assets and needs, help readers to think about how to make each strategy a good fit for their unique classroom. If you are looking for practical ideas from the field, look no further - this is a book designed to build your teaching toolbox with classroom climate strategies that you will use for years to come.


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Maureen Connolly:

Jonathan Ryan Davis is an associate professor at The College of New Jersey where he coordinates the urban secondary education program. Jonathan is a former high school social studies teacher, cooperating teacher, and instructional coach who taught in northern Kentucky and New York City.

Maureen Connolly is an associate professor at The College of New Jersey where she coordinates the secondary education program. Maureen is a former service learning coordinator and high school English teacher who taught for 15 years at Mineola High School.

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Jonathan Ryan Davis is an associate professor at The College of New Jersey where he coordinates the urban secondary education program. Jonathan is a former high school social studies teacher, cooperating teacher, and instructional coach who taught in northern Kentucky and New York City.

Maureen Connolly is an associate professor at The College of New Jersey where she coordinates the secondary education program. Maureen is a former service learning coordinator and high school English teacher who taught for 15 years at Mineola High School.

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