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“The Essential 55” by Ron Clark. Rule 1. When responding to . consistently able to turn from one book to another, complete with all homework and necessary. Ron Clark's Essential Rule 1: Respond to adults with “Yes ma'am” or “No sir”. Rule Follow the ABC's of etiquette. Rule 2: Make eye contact when. You will learn a collection of 55 rules that will enable you to be successful in and outside of the classroom. Adapted from the book. The Essential By Ron.


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Put The Essential 55 rules into practice with this new workbook! Paperback: pages; Publisher: Hachette Books (August 1, ); Language: English. A Teacher' s Golden Book Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd The Essential never insult that person by making negative comments. The Essential 55 Workbook book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Put The Essential 55 rules into practice with this new wor.. .

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Sep 20, Darcy Leech rated it it was ok. Ron Clark doesn't seem like a guy who would last long in education when you read his book. He writes with a tone against the education system, seems to look down on his coworkers, and is a bit high on himself in his writing.

I taught 6 years in a high school English classroom, and having a long list of rules was neither feasible nor advised. A small rule list i Ron Clark doesn't seem like a guy who would last long in education when you read his book. A small rule list is much more manageable. I will admit that when I read this book as an Education major that it did help me think through what I needed to explicitly teach students and what types of things I did and didn't want happening in my classroom.

Ron Clark's writing is good in the book, but perhaps not the most pragmatic educational pedagogy available for classroom management.

Aug 12, Nicole rated it liked it. I really liked most of his rules, a lot of people could benefit from reading this book, but he seems pretty full of himself. May 15, Kelly Langert rated it it was ok Shelves: A few great ideas in the long list of "rules". Apr 05, Mary Ellen Riley rated it really liked it. Some good suggestions. Feb 07, Kate Bennett rated it it was ok.

He gave me the impression of a person that is full of complexes and it's not who I want to learn from. The ideas are shallow and he is definitely full of himself. Oct 09, Shellie rated it really liked it. Beneficial read for sure.

Entertaining and great thoughts and ideas. Oct 07, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved this book, especially as a new teacher which will hopefully be starting the "first year" of teaching soon.

The Essential 55

I love that the author took basic strategies of how to be a decent human being and put them into teaching terms - I believe all students should be provided this information in their classroom and their lives. Every teacher should teach their students how to be professional and supportive members of our society for the overall success of learning and thriving in our world today. Dec 26, Brit rated it did not like it. Stephanie Falasca rated it really liked it Apr 13, Lori Blankenship rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Stephen rated it liked it May 18, Candy rated it did not like it Oct 29, Juan Rodrigo rated it really liked it May 28, Julia Maire Meyers rated it really liked it Apr 25, If I call on you to read.

Rule 13 When we read together in class. Rule 14 Answer all written questions with complete sentences. It is rude to ask if you are getting something for good behavior.

Rule 15 At times throughout the year. You should be good and try your best because you are trying to better yourself. If you ever ask me for a reward. I will give rewards for good behavior. Rule 16 Homework will be turned in each day for each subject by every student with no exceptions. We should be consistently able to turn from one activity to another as quickly as possible.

Rule 17 When we are in transition from one piece to another.

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The opportune amount of time to spend in transition should be less than ten seconds. Rule 18 You will make every effort to be as organized as possible. This will result in a doubled assignment. Rule 19 When I assign homework. Rule 20 While you are with a substitute teacher.

You will indicate to the substitute that you are glad they are here and that you hope they return someday. We will be organized.

Rule 21 We will follow certain classroom protocols. If you are sick.

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Do not get out of your seat without permission. Do not speak unless… —You raise your hand and I call on you. Do not bring food into the classroom.

No sweetened drinks will be allowed at any time. Hide it in your backpack. Never shout at a teacher --from Ron Clark.

You should speak to other teachers and greet them if you are entering or leaving school. Rule 23 Quickly learn the names of other teachers at this school and always greet them kindly.

When in a public rest room. The last thing you want to do is touch areas with clean hands that others have touched with dirty hands. Rule 24 Flush the toilet and wash your hands after using the rest room. After washing your hands. Rule 25 When we have visitors to the class. We are a family. Rule 26 Do not save seats. Do not try to exclude anyone. If someone wants to sit down. Read full review by gardencollie Dec 07, A must read for every teacher and parent! I borrowed this book from a friend of mine and my teenage son and I would read exerpts from it before retiring for the night.

I enjoyed Mr. Clark's practical steps toward getting past attitudes and poor mannered children so that he could do his job as a teacher. I thought it was also an excellent way to teach my teenage son about manners, behaviour and social skills without having to correct or nag.

He learned about the challenges of teachers and why it was important for children to be well mannered and respectful. This is a definate must for all teachers and students alike!!!

The Essential 55

I just completed a manditory Substitute Teacher training course at our local Community College. It's amazing how much information and knowledge that came from that class.We must uphold an image that shows we have our act together. Subscribe to view the full document. Let me know and I will handle the situation.

Introduction These are the rules we will use in our classroom and throughout the school. Zeebra Books The winner of the Disney Teacher of the Year Award presents some revolutionary ideas for the classroom: manners, industriousness and accountability.