Book: The Win-Win Classroom

by Dr. Jane Bluestein on July 30, 2012

The Win-Win Classroom (lg) by Dr. Jane BluesteinA Fresh and Positive Look at Classroom Management

by Dr. Jane Bluestein

At the start of your career or at the end of your rope…

When it comes to behavior challenges in the classroom, conventional practices and punitive discipline codes often fail to motivate studentsto change their attitudes or behavior. Recognized for defining a nontraditional approach that really works, Dr. Jane Bluestein offers educators ways to prevent discipline problems, build student accountability, and end frustrating power struggles with kids of all ages.

This authoritative, research-based guidebook discusses the impact of stress, brain functioning, learning styles, and social and emotional issues on student behavior. You’ll find examples, guidelines, charts, and anecdotes, along with practical, powerful, and effective ideas to help you:

  • Avoid falling into the “rules and punishment” trap
  • Establish win-win authority relationships while defusing conflict and opposition
  • Build a positive, caring, and emotionally safe learning climate
  • Encourage student cooperation, motivation, self-management, and on-task behavior
  • Accommodate a wide variety of learning styles and preferences in a brain-friendly atmosphere
  • Minimize academic failure and frustration—even with pressure to “get through the content”
  • Reduce social conflict and emotional outbursts
  • Eliminate defiance, dependence, and disinterest
  • Engage even the most defiant, defeated, or resistant learner by using powerful alternative strategies
  • Make your classroom (and school) culture much more positive
  • Build relationships with parents and other staff members
  • Reduce stress and burnout and make your work more enjoyable

The Win-Win Classroom will change the way you interact with students and help you build a positive social culture within your school and classroom.

The reader comes away with strategies for implementation and the confidence to create win-win classrooms and support students in self-management.
—Jo Ann Freiberg, Educational Consultant

Includes more examples than any other book of its kind I’ve ever read.
—Stephen Haslam, Educational Consultant

The focus throughout this book is on effective classroom strategies for setting up a win-win environment where everyone’s needs are met and there are fewer power struggles to disrupt instruction.—Wendy Marshal, Director, Educational Technology Training Center, Armstrong Atlantic State University

This best-selling book evolved from Jane’s work on 21st Century Discipline and includes lots of new examples and material not covered in that book. Includes dozens of handy charts, self-assessment surveys, planning pages, and activity sheets.

For all grade levels and for anyone working in a school setting, this book is a great resource for college professors and seminar or study group leaders.

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Great examples, guidelines, charts, and anecdotes to positively impact classroom climate and manage student behavior. Build a positive social culture within your school and classroom.
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Note: A companion Facilitator’s Guide for anyone wishing to use this book as a college text or in a study group, workshop, or seminar. Also see Becoming a Win-Win Teacher.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

suba January 27, 2013 at 12:41 pm

im in the process of doing my Masters of Education thesis
on the title of Discipline styles of teachers. Pls send some articles for my literarure review and questionaire which could benefit me. Tq

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Dr. Jane January 28, 2013 at 5:27 am

Hi. As you may have noticed, I have several hundred pages on this site, many of them devoted to a win-win style of discipline and behavior management. Check some of the resources listed at http://janebluestein.com/educators-2/student-behavior/ and http://janebluestein.com/educators-2/teaching/ for more information. Discipline is a complex topic and can often involve not just power struggles between teachers and kids, but also behavior problems that result from poor academic placement or instruction, mismatches between how we teach and how children’s bodies process information (learning styles), social and emotional issues, and other dimensions of school climate. I do not attempt to address some of the more traditional (authoritarian) approaches to discipline, as I have found them to come with too high a price tag.

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panduranga rao February 24, 2013 at 10:39 am

I find the approach to my liking. I was comfortable reading the above reply which is so balanced because it takes so many factors into consideration and shuns authoritarian approach.

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