A Cat in the Doghouse
TPEP Criterion 5
- Krista Grinder-Dettloff
“Michael Grinder has given us the management skills needed to successfully reach the hard-to-reach students — we have to reach them to teach them.” ~ Pearl Nitsche, Educational Consultant
With A Cat in the Doghouse, the last in Michael Grinder’s Classroom Management trilogy, he again proves why he’s the go-to-person to learn to deal with the difficult and at-risk children in our classrooms today.
In A Cat in the Doghouse he uses the analogy of our beloved household pets — cats and dogs — so that we can easily understand what motivates all of our students. The techniques and tools Michael shares will transform your classroom into a more humane society.
Years ago as a classroom teacher, Michael discovered our “dog” students love the routine of a traditional classroom, while our “cat” students who love tension and risk tend to be disruptive when they are bored.
Management by power just doesn’t work with our hard-to-reach (cat) students — with A Cat in the Doghouse you will learn what does work to create a happier, safer classroom.
Sat, March 7 2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PMWahkiakum
Event # 96889
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- Registration Ends
- Wednesday Mar 4, 2020 8:30 AM