Classroom Behaviour Management

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Addressing the Unproductive Classroom Behaviours of Students with Special Needs. Steve Chinn, $35.95

Certain classroom behaviours can signify an underlying learning disability. This book will help you recognize potential indicators of Asperger Syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia, AD/HD, physical disabilities and speech and language disorders. The book also explores the benefits of different interventions; and offers practical strategies for improving pupils' behaviours, social skills and self-esteem.

This practical, accessible book is an essential tool kit for special educational needs coordinators, learning support staff and teachers in both primary and secondary schools.


Difficult Students and Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom: Teacher Responses That Work. Vance Austin & Daniel Sciarra, $39.95

Difficult Students and Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom provides skills-based interventions for educators to address the most common problem behaviors encountered in the classroom. Offering not just problem-specific “best practices” but an attachment-based foundation of sound pedagogical principles and strategies for reaching and teaching disruptive, difficult, and emotionally challenged students, it empowers educators to act wisely when problem behaviors occur, improve their relationships with students, and teach with greater success and confidence.


Direct Behavior Rating: Linking Assessment, Communication, and Intervention. Amy Briesch, Sandra Chafouleas, T. Chris Riley-Tillman, et al, $51.50

Grounded in state-of-the-art research, this practical guide comprehensively shows how to harness the potential of direct behavior rating (DBR) as a tool for assessment, intervention, and communication in schools. DBR can be used rapidly and efficiently in PreK-12 classrooms to support positive behavior and promote self-management. The authors and contributors provide concrete examples of ways to implement DBR strategies within multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS). The evidence base supporting each strategy is reviewed. More than 30 reproducible checklists and forms include step-by-step implementation blueprints, daily report cards, and more. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials in a convenient 8½" x 11" size.

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Discipline in the Secondary Classroom: a Positive Approach to Behavior Management, 3rd Edition. Randall Sprick, $47.95

This third edition of DISCIPLINE IN THE SECONDARY CLASSROOM is a treasure trove of practical advice: tips, checklists, reproducibles, and ready-to-use activities that will save secondary teachers time and help them become more effective educators. Both new and seasoned teachers will find the book invaluable for designing a management plan that prevents problems, motivates students, and teaches students to behave responsibly.

  • Offers a proven classroom management plan based on Sprick's acclaimed STOIC framework for training teachers: Structure for success, Teach expectations, Observe and monitor, Interact positively, and Correct fluently
  • Includes information on everything from creating a vision for classroom behavior to addressing misbehavior and motivating students
  • Bonus DVD features video of Sprick explaining core practices

This accessible, value-packed resource shows educators how to work with students to create a well-managed classroom where learning can flourish


Disruptive, Stubborn, Out of Control? Why Kids Get Confrontational in the Classroom and What to Do about It. Bo Hejlskov Elvén, $19.95

One of the biggest challenges in the classroom is trying to teach when students act in unexpected and annoying ways. Based on the psychology of how children and people act, this book offers practical strategies for understanding why your students are behaving in the way they are, and how to react in a way that restores peace and harmony in the classroom. With many examples of typical confrontational behaviours and clues for how to understand and resolve the underlying issues, this book will be every stressed teacher's best friend.

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Freedom to Learn: Creating a Classroom Where Every Child Thrives. Art Willans & Cari Williams, $19.95

Disinterested students and behavioral problems are all too common in schools. Yet results show that behavior charts and other reward-and-punishment systems simply don't work. Teachers are burning out and students are failing. But what can be done?

The secret lies in a unique combination of behavioral science, neuropsychology, and group dynamics. When teachers get the classroom experience right, students want to succeed and achieve to their potential, while behavioral problems largely vanish. For decades, it has been widely accepted that children have motivating needs including the need to avoid pain, a need for autonomy, and the need to belong. The authors harness these motivations into a method of interactions that increases cooperation, and in which children want to succeed and help others to thrive.

Packed with real classroom examples and practical guidance for using the methods, this guide gives teachers the tools to transform even difficult classrooms. Start teaching for universal success in classroom management and academic accomplishments.


I Just Want to Do It My Way! Julia Cook, $14.95; Activity Guide for Teachers, $27.95

Classroom ideas for teaching the skills of asking or help, and staying on track. Includes a CD-ROM with reproducible worksheets.


Improving Behaviour Management In Your School: Creating Calm Spaces for Pupils to Learn and Flourish. Tim Dansie, $65.70

Improving Behaviour Management in Your School provides a common sense approach to understanding the causes and triggers of students’ challenging behaviour and equips teachers and school leaders with simple tools that can be easily implemented in any school. In his accessible and upbeat style, Tim Dansie uses case studies throughout the book which draw on strategies based on CBT and mindfulness. These strategies have proven to make a huge difference to school life and to how challenging students are managed. Teachers are encouraged to question how schools and classrooms are structured, in order to create environments where all students have the greatest possible opportunity to learn and grow as individuals.


Interventions for Disruptive Behaviors: Reducing Problem Solving Skills. Gregory Fabiano, $51.50

Children and adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders struggle both in and outside the classroom. This book gives school practitioners vital tools for supporting students' positive behavior as well as their academic and social success. Chapters review effective behavioral interventions at the whole-class, targeted, and individual levels; parent training programs; and strategies for building adaptive skills. Core evidence-based techniques are illustrated with vivid, concrete examples. Ways to integrate the strategies into a school's multi-tiered model of prevention and intervention are discussed. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying, the book includes 14 reproducible forms. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.

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A Kit Bag for Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Classroom. Nicola Morgan & Gillian Ellis, $30.95

Disruptive classroom behaviours can prevent effective teaching and create a negative learning environment. This handy directory of behaviours has been written by teachers for teachers, and is bursting with tried and tested techniques to make the classroom a happier and more productive place for everyone.

The 'Kit Bag' is a bank of up-to-date ideas that can be dipped into whenever needed, each one intended to get children focused and more engaged and excited by the learning process. The book suggests ways to create a positive learning environment in the classroom and encourages teachers to be proactive at the most vulnerable times of the school day such as at the start and end of lessons. Strategies are included for addressing behaviour hotspots, such as calling out, frequent crying or aggressive behaviour, as well as how to uncover the source of these problems and practical ways to prevent them from reoccurring. The useful Self-Assessment Checklist will also aid in making sure teachers are constructively reinforcing positive behaviour at all times.


Mindfulness in the Classroom: an Evidence-Based Program to Reduce Disruptive Behavior and Increase Academic Engagement. Joshua Felver & Nirbhay Singh, $42.95

Based on the popular Soles of the Feet program, this groundbreaking resource for teachers offers a proven-effective, mindfulness-based intervention to reduce disruptive behavior in the classroom—so everyone can get back to learning.

As a teacher, you know that some kids need extra help staying focused in the classroom. You’ve probably also lost countless hours of precious learning time in class due to student disruption. Whether kids are suffering from stress, a behavior disorder, or emotional issues—the good news is that there are real tools you can use to help children manage their feelings, stay on task, and reach their full potential. This book will show you how.

In Mindfulness in the Classroom, two experts in the field of mindfulness research, child psychology, and school psychology offer a mindfulness-based intervention to help support a healthy learning environment. Based on the authors’ Soles of the Feet program, this book provides an evidence-based strategy to help you put a stop to disruptive behavior in the classroom, and help kids be their very best.

Without early intervention for disruptive behaviors, many students will maintain these behaviors as adults. The Soles of the Feet program not only decreases disruptive behavior and increases teaching time, it also improves the long-term outcome for children experiencing behavior challenges — so they can thrive well into adulthood.


Moment to Moment: a Positive Approach to Managing Classroom Behavior. Joey Mandel, $24.95

Insightful and empowering, this book is based on the premise that some children need extra help and patience in developing social skills. It shows teachers how to build on these crucial skills, ranging from the ability to control speech and movement, through improving attention and concentration, to the ability to adapt to the social environment of the classroom. It gives teachers the tools to help children develop stronger character, sense of self, and emotional well-being, to give them the skills they need to deal with the emotional challenges they meet in school. Classroom games and activities to teach and support all students in key social skills and engagement complement this important book.

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Positive Alternatives to Suspension: Procedures, Vignettes, Checklists, and Tools to Increase Teaching and Reduce Suspensions. Catherine DeSalvo, Mike Meeks & Matthew Buckman, $46.95

This book provides all the guidance you need to decrease the frequency, severity and duration of disruptive behaviors and avoid harsh and ineffective disciplinary practices. It provides a blueprint for creating an in-school alternative to suspension by giving students the best opportunity to overcome their challenges and find success. The authors explain how to create structure, use motivation and teach social skills so students remain engaged and connected to school. Worksheets, writing samples, and an index of social skills with their behavioral steps are included on a CD.


Positive Discipline in the Classroom: Developing Mutual Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in Your Classroom, 4th Edition. Jane Nelsen, Lyn Lott & Stephen Glenn, $19.00

In today's classroom, where teachers must compete with digital distractions for their students' attention while trying to satisfy increasingly demanding academic standards, it is more important than ever that educators be able to combat apathy, instill vital problem-solving skills, and create a climate that maximizes learning. Positive Discipline strategies are an effective foundation for fostering cooperation, problem-solving skills, and mutual respect in children. This new edition of POSITIVE DISCIPLINE IN THE CLASSROOM is updated with essential tools for the modern teacher.

  • Create a classroom climate that enhances academic learning 
  • Use encouragement rather than praise and rewards 
  • Instill valuable social skills and positive behavior through the use of class meetings
  • Learn why involving students in solving problems is much more effective than punishment
  • Understand the motivation behind students' behavior instead of looking for causes 

Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers: Effective Classroom Management for Social, Emotional, and Academic Success. Jane Nelsen & Kelly Gfroerer, $23.00

The Positive Discipline method has proved to be an invaluable resource for teachers who want to foster creative problem-solving within their students, giving them the behavioral skills they need to understand and process what they learn. In Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers, you will learn how to successfully incorporate respectful, solution-oriented approaches to ensure a cooperative and productive classroom. Using tools like "Connection Before Correction," "Four Problem-Solving Steps," and "Focusing on Solutions," teachers will be able to focus on student-centered learning, rather than wasting time trying to control their students' behavior. Each tool is specifically tailored for the modern classroom, with examples and positive solutions to each and every roadblock that stands in the way of cooperative learning.

Complete with the most up-to-date research on classroom management and the effectiveness of the Positive Discipline method, this comprehensive guide also includes helpful teacher stories and testimonials from around the world.

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Positive Strategies for Students with Behavior Problems. Daniel Crimmins, Anne Farrell, Philip Smith & Alison Bailey, $46.95

This research-based and practical manual has effective solutions for educators from grades K–12. Developed specifically for use with children with persistent or severe behavior problems, this book introduces educators to the systematic Positive Strategies method, which helps teachers understand why behaviors persist, prevent problem behavior, and replace challenging behaviors with better alternatives.


POWER PLAYS: Moving from Coping to Cooperation in Your Classroom. Barrie Bennett & Peter Smilanich, $61.95

For 200 days a year, six hours a day, while teaching hundreds of outcomes, we face the possibility of behaviour issues and power plays erupting in our classrooms.

And they do.

POWER PLAYS: MOVING FROM COPING TO COOPERATION IN YOUR CLASSROOM tackles this issue on two fronts: student behaviour and teacher practice. In the first section, authors Barrie Bennett and Peter Smilanich highlight the sometimes subtle and not-so-subtle moves to power your students will make. In the second section, the authors explore instructional practices that can lessen behavioural problems while creating a healthy, caring classroom culture where all students — and teachers — can thrive.


Power Struggles: Successful Techniques for Educators, 2nd Edition. Allen Mendler & Brian Mendler, $34.50

POWER STRUGGLES offers a watertight set of theories, strategies, and preventions on how to defuse classroom disturbances while maintaining integrity and dignity along the way. At the root of this resource you’ll find real-world stories of these strategies in action. Thoughtful activities and easy-to-learn methods of intervention will guide and support you. And, after developing a refined understanding of the root causes of misbehavior, you’ll embark on a path toward creating deeper, more meaningful learning in a behaviorally diverse classroom.

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Prevent, Teach, Reinforce: the School-Based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support, 2nd Edition. Glen Dunlap, et al, $68.95 (K to 8)

Solve serious behavior challenges in K–8 classrooms with the updated second edition of this bestselling book, your practical, user-friendly guide to the Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) model. Developed by highly respected experts on positive behavior support, this research-proven model gives your school team a step-by-step blueprint for reducing problems unresolved by typical behavior management strategies. Enhanced with new research on PTR and fresh content on timely topics like multi-tiered systems of support, this guidebook will help you resolve even the toughest behavior challenges — and improve social and academic outcomes for your whole class.


Preventing Problem Behaviors: School-wide Programs and Classroom Practices. Bob Algozzine, Ann Daunic & Stephen Smith, $22.99

In today's increasingly diverse PreK–12 classrooms, problem behaviors can often interrupt instructional time and disrupt learning. Designed for 21st-century school leaders, administrators, behavior specialists, and classroom teachers, this research-based guide offers specific strategies and plans for preventing problem behavior at both the classroom and school level.

Based on the premise that early response to problems can lead to better outcomes for students, the book's content is framed around four essential areas: foundations, intervention, collaboration, and evaluation. This valuable resource provides all the tools and strategies school leaders and teachers need to keep children focused on learning.


Reclaiming Our Students: Why Children Are More Anxious, Aggressive, and Shut Down Then Ever — and What We Can Do About It. Hannah Beach & Tamara Neufeld Strijack, $21.00

Faced with an epidemic of emotional health crises and behavioural problems, teachers are asking themselves what went wrong. Why have we lost our students? More importantly: How can we get them back? Hannah Beach, a celebrated educator and specialist in the field of emotional health, and Tamara Neufeld Strijack, clinical counsellor and academic dean of the acclaimed Neufeld Institute, provide a thoughtful guide to restoring the student-teacher relationship and creating the conditions for change. Reclaiming Our Students empowers teachers with relationship-based strategies to restore their leadership role and build emotional safety in the classroom.

You'll learn:

  • How to build, feed, and protect the student-teacher relationship
  • Why children are anxious or bossy, aggressive or checked out, and what you can do to address these behavioural issues at their root
  • How you can help students and classes shift their identity as the "problem student" or "bad class"
  • Experiential activities for students of all ages that preserve and restore emotional health and well-being

Plus, you'll find special considerations and information for parents, principals, counsellors, and home educators for building safety and support in the learning environment.

Combining Hannah's groundbreaking experiential approach to creating emotional health and community in the classroom with the Neufeld Institute's insightful approach to building relationships and making sense of children, Reclaiming Our Students is required reading for teachers who not only want to understand and overcome daily challenges, but also re-connect to their calling as educators.

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Reversing Suspension: Tools for Implementing Innovative Alternatives to Home Suspension. Catherine Pardue & Ed Orszulak, $43.50 (GR 3-8)

The habitual suspension of some students is a pervasive problem in schools... often with little or no impact on changing these students’ behaviors. Some students become suspension “frequent flyers” and seem to be sent home from school on a routine basis. Reversing Suspension explores insights and strategies used in exemplary schools where home suspensions have been dramatically reduced. The primary goal of the authors is to share what has worked best for turning around habitually suspended students’ attitudes and choices so they can become more successful in school. The CD contains ready-to-print forms, surveys, assessments, and homework sheets that can be used with your school staff, parents and students. Examples of printable pages you can modify to your needs include:

Scenario-based student activities to build school success through:

  • Performance: (Learning to self-assess behaviors)
  • Responsibility: (Exploring consequences to different choices)
  • Conflict-Resolution: (Resolving interpersonal conflict)
  • Reflection: (Exploring the student choices and outcomes)
  • School staff strategy-builders for challenges of different intensities
  • Forms for students & school staff
  • Recommendations and take-home sheets for parents/guardians

Stop The Stress In Schools: Mental Health Strategies Teachers Can Use to Build a Kinder Gentler Classroom. Joey Mandel, $24.95

This timely book explores the stresses exerted on today's students, and shows teachers how to reduce the atmosphere of tension and pressure in their classrooms. It emphasizes the power teachers have in building a positive environment, through kindness and stress reduction.

Committed to fostering a healthier classroom, Stop the Stress in Schools provides explicit ways to build healthy relationships and handle problems so that negative interactions, such as bullying, are reduced. It features calming strategies that include slowing the pace; increasing positive engagement and interaction, considering the perspective of the student; and celebrating process rather than product. Instead of targeting the symptoms of stress, this thoughtful book focuses on the social-emotional traits that are instrumental in helping children experience stress and navigate through it constructively. A comprehensive approach to reducing stress and frustration for teachers and students, the book includes practical examples, activities, and samples of student work.


Supporting Behavior for School Success: a Step-by Step Guide to Key Strategies. Kathleen Lynne Lane, Holly Mariah Menzies, Robin Parks Ennis, and Wendy Peia Oakes, et al, $51.50

Designed for busy teachers and other school-based professionals, this book presents step-by-step guidelines for implementing seven highly effective strategies to improve classroom management and instructional delivery. These key low-intensity strategies are grounded in the principles of positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS), and are easy to integrate into routine teaching practice. Chapters discuss exactly how to use each strategy to decrease disruptive behavior and enhance student engagement and achievement. Checklists for success are provided, together with concise reviews of the evidence base and ways to measure outcomes. Illustrative case examples span the full K-12 grade range. Reproducible intervention tools can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8˝" x 11" size.

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Teaching Children Who Are Hard to Reach: Relationship-Driven Classroom Practice. Michael Marlow & Torey Hayden, $58.95

How do you move beyond traditional classroom management to create a learning environment that engages our hardest-to-reach students — students who may be struggling due to emotional disturbances or disabilities or environmental circumstances? Michael Marlowe and Torey Hayden have the answer: through a relationship-driven classroom. With the help of their book, you will:

  • Gain a meaningful understanding of troubled students and how to reach and teach them effectively
  • Learn how to change inappropriate behavior rather than just control it
  • Become more reflective about teaching and learning with challenging children

Drawing on real-life stories, the authors shed new light on the challenges of working with hard-to-reach students and identify the key skills teachers need to build successful classroom relationships and facilitate learning for all.


Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management. Sandee Graham McClowry, $51.00

This book presents an alternative to the “one size fits all” classroom approach. The majority of classroom management books present generic strategies as if they are applicable to all students. The underlying assertion of such books is that if teachers use such approaches, student behavior problems will seldom occur. An alternative framework, presented in this book, asserts that teachers need to incorporate knowledge about temperament into their strategies for classroom management. As studies have demonstrated, targeted temperament-based strategies succeed where global disciplinary practices have failed. Because students differ in their temperaments, variations in classroom behavior are to be expected.

Child temperament is the inborn individual characteristics that affect the way children react to different situations. It is also a social processing system through which children view and interact with the world, both altering the responses of others and contributing toward their own development. Once teachers learn the major tenets of temperament, they no longer view their students as intentionally misbehaving. Instead they understand how the temperaments of their students influence their classroom behavior. Such insights release teachers from engaging in futile battles with their students. They can redirect their energies into enhancing their relationships with their students, implementing effective temperament-based strategies, and, as a result, spend more time on instructional activities.


3-Minute Motivators: More Than 200 Simple Ways to Reach, Teach, and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined, Revised Edition. Kathy Paterson, $24.95

This jam-packed new edition features more than 200 activities to help teachers recognize and respond to the daily needs of their students, and distract, refocus, and provide a "hit of fun" in the busy school day. New material in this practical book explores novel ways to inspire students, as well as to build and practice important life skills. New "Tech Too" motivators raise awareness, understanding, and appreciation of technology and support research techniques, communication skills, cognition, and memory. "Stress Attack" motivators are perfect for those moments when stress, anxiety, frustration, boredom, or even anger get in the way of positive behaviour — both inside the classroom and out in the world. Based on authentic therapeutic disciplines, teachers and students alike can use these simple strategies to meet daily challenges and defuse negative situations, and get back on the track of teaching and learning.

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Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior: Create Responsive Environments Where Young Children Thrive. Michelle Salcedo, $49.99

When teachers create environments that teach skills rather than punish individual actions, they reduce behavior problems and nurture the growth of all learners. This book expertly guides early childhood teachers to analyze their classroom elements, routines, and responses to children. Much like gardeners who adjust soil, water, or fertilizer to help flowers bloom, educators of young children must look beyond challenging behaviors to what a child’s actions are communicating about her learning environment or home life. Digital content includes all forms from the book along with a PDF presentation.


What to Do with the Kid Who ... Developing Cooperation, Self Discipline and Responsibility in the Classroom, 3rd Edition. Kay Burke, $70.95

Kay Burke offers proven disciplinary ideas and strategies for the diverse classroom. This revised edition provides the foundation teachers need to help students take responsibility for their own behavior, resolve their own conflicts and celebrate their own learning.


When Nothing Else Works: What Early Childhood Professionals Can Do to Reduce Challenging Behaviors. William DeMeo, $38.95

Research shows that children do not outgrow challenging behavior, making early intervention essential. But what can early childhood educators do to reduce challenging behaviors when nothing seems to work? From aromatherapy to affirmations, WHEN NOTHING ELSE WORKS is filled with creative strategies and techniques to address and adjust problematic behavior in the classroom, while also promoting resilience and active engagement in learning.

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Complete Booklist

Addressing the Unproductive Classroom Behaviours of Students with Special Needs. Steve Chinn, $35.95

Difficult Students and Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom: Teacher Responses That Work. Vance Austin & Daniel Sciarra, $39.95

Direct Behavior Rating: Linking Assessment, Communication, and Intervention. Amy Briesch, Sandra Chafouleas, T. Chris Riley-Tillman, et al, $51.50

Discipline in the Secondary Classroom: a Positive Approach to Behavior Management, 3rd Edition. Randall Sprick, $47.95

Disruptive, Stubborn, Out of Control? Why Kids Get Confrontational in the Classroom and What to Do about It. Bo Hejlskov Elvén, $19.95

Freedom to Learn: Creating a Classroom Where Every Child Thrives. Art Willans & Cari Williams, $19.95

I Just Want to Do It My Way! Julia Cook, $14.95; Activity Guide for Teachers, $27.95

Improving Behaviour Management In Your School: Creating Calm Spaces for Pupils to Learn and Flourish. Tim Dansie, $65.70

Interventions for Disruptive Behaviors: Reducing Problem Solving Skills. Gregory Fabiano, $51.50

A Kit Bag for Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Classroom. Nicola Morgan & Gillian Ellis, $30.95

Mindfulness in the Classroom: an Evidence-Based Program to Reduce Disruptive Behavior and Increase Academic Engagement. Joshua Felver & Nirbhay Singh, $42.95

Moment to Moment: a Positive Approach to Managing Classroom Behavior. Joey Mandel, $24.95

Positive Alternatives to Suspension: Procedures, Vignettes, Checklists, and Tools to Increase Teaching and Reduce Suspensions. Catherine DeSalvo, Mike Meeks & Matthew Buckman, $46.95

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Positive Discipline in the Classroom: Developing Mutual Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in Your Classroom, 4th Edition. Jane Nelsen, Lyn Lott & Stephen Glenn, $19.00

Positive Discipline Tools for Teachers: Effective Classroom Management for Social, Emotional, and Academic Success. Jane Nelsen & Kelly Gfroerer, $23.00

Positive Strategies for Students with Behavior Problems. Daniel Crimmins, Anne Farrell, Philip Smith & Alison Bailey, $46.95

POWER PLAYS: Moving from Coping to Cooperation in Your Classroom. Barrie Bennett & Peter Smilanich, $61.95

Power Struggles: Successful Techniques for Educators, 2nd Edition. Allen Mendler & Brian Mendler, $34.50

Prevent, Teach, Reinforce: the School-Based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support, 2nd Edition. Glen Dunlap, et al, $68.95 (K to 8)

Preventing Problem Behaviors: School-wide Programs and Classroom Practices. Bob Algozzine, Ann Daunic & Stephen Smith, $22.99

Reclaiming Our Students: Why Children Are More Anxious, Aggressive, and Shut Down Then Ever—and What We Can Do About It. Hannah Beach & Tamara Neufeld Strijack, $21.00

Reversing Suspension: Tools for Implementing Innovative Alternatives to Home Suspension. Catherine Pardue & Ed Orszulak, $43.50 (GR 3-8)

Stop The Stress In Schools: Mental Health Strategies Teachers Can Use to Build a Kinder Gentler Classroom. Joey Mandel, $24.95

Supporting Behavior for School Success: a Step-by Step Guide to Key Strategies. Kathleen Lynne Lane, Holly Mariah Menzies, Robin Parks Ennis, and Wendy Peia Oakes, et al, $51.50

Teaching Children Who Are Hard to Reach: Relationship-Driven Classroom Practice. Michael Marlow & Torey Hayden, $58.95

Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management. Sandee Graham McClowry, $51.00

3-Minute Motivators: More Than 200 Simple Ways to Reach, Teach, and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined, Revised Edition. Kathy Paterson, $24.95

Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior: Create Responsive Environments Where Young Children Thrive. Michelle Salcedo, $49.99

What to Do with the Kid Who... Developing Cooperation, Self Discipline and Responsibility in the Classroom, 3rd Edition. Kay Burke, $53.95

When Nothing Else Works: What Early Childhood Professionals Can Do to Reduce Challenging Behaviors. William DeMeo, $38.95

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