Mark Jacobs and Nancy Langley try to dispel the tion that behavior is the only issue to consider when putting together a good, solid classroom management plan. Real Classroom Management will answer the following: How does one turn ineffective classroom management around? How do educational leaders help their staff to improve classroom behavior? How can teachers effectively work with parents to ensure students receive an optimum learning experience? What is the role of the entire community when putting together a successful classroom management program?
Mark M. Jacobs has thirty years of experience in education, having started his career as a teacher before moving up to a central-office position. Nancy Langley, a retired federal government officer, began her second career in education tenyears ago. She is a foreign language department chair for Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia.