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Classroom management is the number one concern of all new teachers. Faced with large classes, increased numbers of students, and more demands on time and requirements, teachers are experiencing the heightened need for increased effectiveness in motivating and managing their classes. Principles and best practices in classroom behavior management are succinctly presented in teacher-friendly language. Topics include: identifying and analyzing behavior problems, basic behavior change strategies, talking with students, using the peer group and working with other educators. Part 2 contains 16 cases (7 new ones!) describing actual experiences in both general and special education classrooms form primary grades through high school. New and experienced teachers and day care providers.