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  THE TEACHER’S POCKET GUIDE   FOR TIM KNOSTER SECONDEDITION  Praise for The Teacher’s Pocket Guide for Effective Classroom  Management, Second Edition “Immensely useful for teachers . . . Knoster knows how to communicate his practical messages so that teachers and students will benefit.” — Glen Dunlap, Ph.D.,  University of Nevada, Reno, and University of South Florida“Filled with practical strategies . . . The advice offered in any single standalone chapter is likely to make a substan-tial improvement in any teacher’s classroom. Teachers can step in at any chapter depending on their need, and even seasoned teachers can pick up new and state- of- the- art strategies to improve the classroom environment.” — Lee Kern, Ph.D.,  Lehigh University“Clear, useful strategies to help teachers effectively pre- vent and respond to challenging behaviors . . . Knoster provides teachers with a helpful context to decode dif-ficult behavior and then follows with detailed, practical strategies that teachers can easily apply in their own classrooms.” — Bridget Walker, Ph.D.,  Seattle University“You want classroom- friendly tips, practical examples, and ready- to- use guidelines— then [this book] is the perfect resource. Even better, they are evidence- based and appli-cable at all grade levels.” — George Sugai, Ph.D.,  Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut“Tim Knoster offers a practical approach to effective class-room management, focusing on research- based preven-tion and early intervention strategies. He has put all the pieces together for educators to create a healthy and posi-tive learning environment.” — Lori Newcomer, Ph.D.,  University of Missouri  “Masterfully translates research on effective practices into accessible language that will stimulate a deep understand-ing of why students do what they do and how teachers can create positive classroom climate for all students to flourish, even the most challenging.” — Linda M. Bambara, Ed.D.,  Lehigh University“An excellent resource . . . The strategies provide a prac-tical approach to addressing evidence- based practices within a multitiered system of positive behavior support.” — Howard S. Muscott, Ed.D., Director, New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports at Southeastern Regional Education Service Center“A wonderful resource for our preservice and in- service teachers alike. I highly recommend this work for anyone who wants to build an effective classroom environment for students.” — Hank Bohanon, Ph.D., Loyola Univer-sity of Chicago   The Teacher’s Pocket Guide for Effective Classroom Management
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