Picture this: you’re a first-year teacher, and you have just finished teaching a lesson on area and perimeter and have moved on to small groups.
Student misbehavior can be extremely disruptive to learning. It causes teachers and administrators stress and costs classmates the valuable instructional time that the teacher has to instead spend on addressing behavior issues. One disciplinary action that is often used to punish behavior problems is out-of-school suspension. Every year, three million students face out-of-school suspension according to the U.S. Department of Education (ED).
Classroom management is often thought of as a elementary-level concern. But, what about high school classrooms? Here are eight strategies to manage the drama, curriculum demands, and real-world struggles high school students face.
[Teacher Tips] Using Simple Persuasion Techniques to Improve Your Relationships with Colleagues, Students, and Parents
There's an art to persuasion - and mastering it can be a huge help to educators. Here's six strategies to make working with colleagues, students, and parents more effective.
Research continues to illuminate the short- and long-term benefits of improved social and emotional learning (SEL), and there are no shortage of steps individual teachers can immediately take to improve the SEL in their own classroom.
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