Harry and Rosemary Wong provide a comprehensive list of procedures that can be implemented into the classroom to elicit positive behavior from students. There are 50 procedures in the book that can be adapted to any classroom so that a safe environment is created for optimal learning to take place. Positive, proactive classroom management can minimize student outbursts and other negative behaviors.
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The teacher in this video demonstrates how she has a certain look that gets students to refocus without publically calling them out. She explains why this “look” is a sign of respect to students in that if offers them a chance to quietly change their behavior and in fact, calling them out can result in a negative student response that can escalate a situation unnecessarily.