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Chapter 1: The Academic Emotion of Boredom: The Elephant in the Classroom.- Chapter 2: Unmasking Boredom: It's Not so Simple or Uninteresting - Boredom is Both Interesting and Complex.- Chapter 3: The Many Faces of Boredom: A Negative Emotion that is so Common, It Is Simply Accepted, or Brushed Off .- Chapter 4: Theory: What Is Causing Our Students to Tune Out and Turn Off?.- Chapter 5: Interventions for External Variables: What Can Teachers Do to Add a Bit of Excitement to Learning in the Classroom?.- Chapter 6: Interventions for Internal Variables: Some Students Cannot Turn It on - They Need More than Great Teachers and Interesting Lessons.
Gayle L. Macklem, MA, NCSP, LEP, is a Massachusetts-licensed educational psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist. She has served in the field of education for more than 35 years. A former president of the Massachusetts School Psychologists Association (MSPA), she serves as the Technology Chairperson of the state association, and was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award. She is an instructor in the School Psychology Specialist and Doctoral Training Programs at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in Boston. She writes curricula and writes on topics of interest to educators. She is a frequent presenter at regional and national conferences. Ms. Macklem is the author of Springer's Preventive Mental Health at School: Evidence-Based Services for Students (2014); Evidence-Based School Mental Health Services: Affect Education, Emotion Regulation Training, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (2011); Practitioner's Guide to Emotion Regulation in School-Aged Children (2008); and Bullying and Teasing: Social Power in Children's Groups (2003).