Hacking School Discipline, published by Times 10 Publications, is for teachers who want to cultivate good behavior in their classrooms and eliminate common punishments.
Highland Heights, Ohio–(Newsfile Corp. – Jan 25, 2023) – Hacking School Discipline, written by veteran educators and school leaders Nathan Maynard and Brad Weinstein, introduces new strategies and approaches to school discipline. The authors draw on their real-world experiences to provide readers with practical solutions to classroom management problems.
For more information, visit https://www.10publications.com/hacking-school-discipline.
A book on school discipline and classroom management published by Times 10 Publications
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The book highlights recent research on the lack of effectiveness of common school discipline practices. Studies have shown that commonly used punishments, such as detention, do little to change bad behavior and can eventually worsen student-teacher relationships.
Available as an e-book, paperback, hardcover, and audiobook, Hacking School Discipline offers readers alternatives to detention and suspension. Based on their own experiences in the classroom, the authors offer step-by-step strategies with real-world anecdotes for fostering a culture of understanding between teachers and their students.
Instead of disciplining a misbehaving student, the authors suggest improving communication and identifying the root of the problem through precise questioning and intervention techniques. They note that restorative practices are particularly effective in correcting disruptive or negative behavior because restorative circles facilitate discussion and reflection.
The book also includes concrete applications of strategies to reduce repetitive bad behavior. The authors include ways to create a collaborative classroom environment where teachers can encourage students to cultivate empathy, mindfulness, and self-regulation. By helping students become productive, independent, and responsible learners, teachers can completely eliminate the need for punishment.
Hacking School Discipline is part of a series of books designed to help teachers and school leaders rethink the culture behind disciplinary action and classroom management in schools. The publication of this book is in keeping with Times 10 Publications’ mission to provide school personnel with resources that have practical use in the classroom.
For other books in the restorative justice series, anxiety and justice, visit https://www.10publications.com/school-discipline-restorative-practice-books.
“I’ve taught for more than 20 years, and I’ve found that educators are so busy helping kids that they rarely have the time or energy to hone their skills,” says Mark Barnes, founder and president of Times 10 Publications. “I started Times 10 with one goal in mind: to help teachers solve problems. Times 10 books offer practical solutions that busy teachers can read today and apply tomorrow.”
Interested parties can learn more at the websites mentioned above or https://www.10publications.com.
Name: Mark Barnes
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Organization: Times 10 Publications
Address: 322 West Legend Court Unit B, Highland Heights, OH 44143, United States
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