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Effective classroom management strategies can ensure a pleasant teaching environment for the entire year. Conversely, poor classroom management may lead to a difficult class and a year that drags on. These tips will get you well on your way to creating a positive environment in your classroom. Post class rules Students need to know what is expected of them from the very beginning. It is also useful to have visuals of the rules so that you can redirect small misbehavior problems by pointing at the appropriate rule poster. Since I have very little artistic talent I had my students create the pos


Effective classroom management strategies can ensure a pleasant teaching environment for the entire year. Conversely, poor classroom management may lead to a difficult class and a year that drags on. These tips will get you well on your way to creating a positive environment in your classroom. Post class rules Students need to know what is expected of them from the very beginning. It is also useful to have visuals of the rules so that you can redirect small misbehavior


Cheating in school is one of those things that really had no place in the earliest learning institutions, because there would have been no point to it. If you go all the way back to the time when tutors would teach individuals or small groups about what was known about the world at the time, the purpose of that process was just that the student would end up knowing whatever was being discussed. He did not need to prove it to anyone in any official way, becau


Classroom management is probably the most difficult area for new teachers to master. While every teacher eventually develops their own management style, there are some strategies that just don't work. Eliminate these as options and you've gone a long way to having a smoothly running classroom.


It's hard to listen to someone who's at the end of their tether - had enough - unsupported - growing increasingly disenchanted with their lot...


Starting with a new class can be intimidating especially when it comes to managing a class. While new teachers cannot change themselves , they can find ways to adjust and monitor their behavior. Once they know their own personality and management style, they can then use that information to prevent discipline problems all throughout the school year.