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Maintaining Sanity In The Classroom: Classroom Management Techniques Paperback – Feb 1 1998
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Rudolf Dreikurs, M.D. (b. 1897, d. 1972), was a younger colleague of Alfred Adler in Vienna, Austria, and following the death of Adler in 1937, Dreikurs expanded Adler's work in North America and around the world.
Pearl Cassel, M.Ed., is an internationally acclaimed public speaker, columnist and of many books and articles. She wrote "Why Kids Jump Over the Moon" and co-authored "The Challenge of Adolescence" and "Coping with Teenagers in a Democracy." She has lectured at all major universities in Canada, is a founding director of The Alfred Adler Institute of Ontario, and taught elementary school in England and Canada for 35 years.
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. She is an active researcher, the author of journal articles and books, notably "Motivation: A Biosocial and Cognitive Integration of Motivation and Emotion"; "Adlerian Theory: An Introduction;" and is the editor of the book "Equality and Social Interest." Dr. Ferguson has also republished many books written by her father, Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs.
Grunwald of Alfred Adler Institute, Chicago, Illinois --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Some might find the principles and techniques in this book to be helpful; I believe that there are plenty of other books on classroom management that are even more helpful and don't involve questionable philosophies. Check out "Teaching Children to Care" by Ruth Sidney Charney, for example, which postulates that "misbehaving" children really only lack skills they need or knowledge of expected behavior and advises teachers accordingly - no need to assume they have dysfunctional goals.
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