Best Practices in Classroom Management

Discusses the impact of poverty on student achievement and social capital among poor children. Focuses on issues that may be addressed in the classroom, such as physical arrangement and management strategies. Includes classroom arrangement strategies, establishing rules of conduct and appropriate consequences, and both preventing disruptive behavior and responding the needs that underlie that behavior. 

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