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From: MIke Fulton <chalkboardman@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2006013100:31:29
Subject: Classroom Managment

I have taught seventh and eighth grade general math and would like to
call attention to 	
http://www.classroomcontrol.com/
Teachers have been re-energized with the assistance of a website that
incorporates a seating chart-based behavioral program that generates
discipline forms from warnings to detentions to the ultimate referral
in real-time simply be clicking on the student's picture on the
electronic seating chart. The website,
http://www.classroomcontrol.com, is a software program dedicated to
manage the complex array of discipline problems that regularly present
themselves. It incorporates a plethora of readily usable discipline
forms tailored to specific situations.The forms are presently in
English and Spanish and may soon be available in other languages. In
addition, an automatic discipline log is generated for future
documentation. Teachers' testimonials that underscore the behavioral
advances attributable to classroomcontrol.com are on the website.
Classroomcontrol.com is designed to minimize administrative
intervention in the discipline process and reinforce the teacher's
disciplinary control over the classroom. Its goal is to maximize
learning and hold students accountable. 

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