Teacher Planner for the Secondary Classroom


This useful and versatile planner will help you stay on top of paperwork, maintain important records, and create a classroom atmosphere that is both supportive and disciplined.


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2010 / 128 pp., including 10 pp. reproducible forms (Wire-0 spiral bound)
For Grades:
  • Randy Sprick
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The Teacher Planner for the Secondary Classroom is organized into daily and weekly logs that are ideal for planning instruction, recording positive and negative interactions with students, and tracking student progress. Offered throughout are the expert tips, classroom-tested strategies, and words of encouragement that have made Randy Sprick’s Discipline in the Secondary Classroom a best-seller.

Think of Teacher Planner for the Secondary Classroom as your personal teacher’s aide. Throughout the school year, it will help you to:

  • Put in place an effective behavior management plan.
  • Prepare daily instruction.
  • Record your own classroom philosophy and ideas about discipline.
  • Keep track of each student’s discipline records.
  • Note individual students’ positive progress reports.
  • Organize weekly task reminders.

With this planner in hand, you will be able to make positive connections with all students and maintain a high level of motivation, engagement, and positive behavior in the classroom.

  • Randy Sprick

    Randy Sprick has worked as a paraprofessional, teacher, and teacher trainer at the elementary and secondary levels. Author of a number of widely read books on behavior and classroom management, Randy is former director of Safe & Civil Schools, a consulting company that provides inservice programs throughout the country. Although Randy is largely retired, his Safe & Civil Schools colleagues continue the work of helping large and small school districts improve student behavior and motivation. Efficacy of that work is documented in peer-reviewed research, and Safe & Civil Schools materials are listed on the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP). Randy was the recipient of the 2007 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Wallin Lifetime Achievement Award and was inducted into the Direct Instruction Hall of Fame, along with numerous other awards and honors.