The Really Big List of Classroom Management Resources
|Say hello to our recently streamlined collection of classroom management and discipline websites, still (probably) the biggest on the World Wide Web. Originally created by a bleary-eyed and courageous band of Monmouth University graduate students who gave up one week of their lives scouring the entire Internet (well almost), this site has many of the best that cyberspace has to offer. There are classroom management techniques tailored to elementary and secondary education, discipline ideas for new and experienced teachers, tips for handling special education, suggestions for getting organized, strategies for preventing behavior problems, sample classroom rules, ways of creating a caring community, and information on new products and services. There are even a few resources for those who question the basic premise of "classroom management." This site has it all! For those of you that are interested only in the cream of the crop, consider visiting The Really Best List of Classroom Management Resources. ... If you are interested in making better use of the Internet try The Really Useful List of Fill-in-the-Blank Web Tools for Teachers and Students or The Really Big List of Education Quotes & Links.|
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|The links were initially collected by members of the Fall 2000 online graduate course, ED554 Modern Educational Practices, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ.|
site was created on December 1, 2000, by Dr. William Martin who taught
the course. Last modified on May 18, 2006. This site is being updated periodically.
Warning: Many of the links no longer work and some web addresses have
evidently been resold sending you to some very unsavory sites.
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