• The Total Classroom Management Makeover

  • In 18 Short, Simple Lessons
  • By: Michael Linsin
  • Narrated by: Emily Ellet
  • Length: 50 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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By: Michael Linsin
Narrated by: Emily Ellet
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Publisher's Summary

"Michael Linsin is the Shakespeare of smart classroom management, and his 18 lessons can transform American public education." (Eva Moskowitz, Founder and CEO of Success Academy Schools)

The Total Classroom Management Makeover is a condensed shortcut to effective classroom management. Presented as simple do's and don'ts, the 18 lessons you'll learn have been boiled down to the bare essentials and narrated in the most accessible way possible. Together, they form an innovative approach to teaching and managing behavior that is specifically and uniquely designed to create within each student strong intrinsic desire to listen, learn, and behave. The result is a tough-minded, hardworking, well-behaved class and the satisfaction of knowing that you're making a lasting impact on your students, your community, and the wider world.

©2019 Michael Linsin (P)2019 Michael Linsin

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Concise

Short book for a credit. Look at Linsin’s other titles for the same material expounded.

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Good reminders

This gave good reminders of best practice for teachers but if you are looking for a plan for classroom management, this isn’t the book for you. If you want a plan, you will have to visit a website and purchase that plan. So while it’s a quick read with good tips, it won’t give you a classroom management makeover plan to support the tips.

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HUGE HELP!

I'm a very large fan of this book! As someone who has worked with students in various classroom settings, I loved the bite-sized information provided by Michael. It really helped me reconsider some of my teaching techniques, so as negative reinforcement (I'll be taking that out of my curriculum) as well as tidying up my classroom to help my students with their focus.

I truly loved listening to Emily's voice. It made the lessons fun, approachable, and easy to digest. I can't wait to share this with my friends!

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Great author

Have been through a few of his books and they are extremely helpful. Really love him for my Karate class management plan. Highly recommend him.

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Emily Ellet is a masterful reader

Excellent narration by Emily Ellet. It's my tenth year of teaching, and Linsin's lessons were solid (though nothing new pedagogically). It's good professional practice to review the basics and reflect on one's teaching. Grateful for the opportunity to do so.