INTRODUCTION

IF YOU CAN’T CONTROL THE CLASSROOM,  YOU CAN’T TEACH THE KIDS

Successful classroom management begins in the first minutes of the first day of school. You must recognize the subtle ways that young teenagers will test you.

 

HERE YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

…make the first 90 seconds of the school year count.

…be a captivating teacher.

…make your students want to cooperate.

…use a variety of different teaching styles.

…handle a range of student personalities.

…make tests that are fair and easy to grade.

…deal with the difficult student.

…determine course grades you can defend.

…conduct a parent conference.

…run the dreaded study hall.


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3 comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    This website is full of great strategies for new and veteran teachers. As a veteran teacher myself, I appreciate how these pages remind me of techniques I’ve known but have forgotten over the years!

  2. tun son says:

    it is very good idea , because I’m also a Cambodian teacher of English . some sts have tested teachers first before they start learning, i strongly believe these idias

  3. Thomas Davenport says:

    I’m glad to have stumbled on to your page today. I do agree, from experience, with most of the tried-and-true techniques I’ve read on these pages. Thanks for the great reminders, and, to all who are still struggling with classroom management, believe in yourself enough to execute some of the c.m. models explained on this site. They do work. Your stress level is already going down 🙂

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