Successfully manage your high school classroom and students with these helpful tips. The post discusses how to check you classroom rules to make sure they are meeting your needs and practice your classroom management strategies as you teach. High school teachers, this is for you.
This resource is chaulked full of strategies brought to you by bloggers who are considered experts in the field. They strategies cover many different content areas, grades, and levels of expertise. We all want to grow in learning, right? I learned a few things to help me in my classroom from reading this article. I hope you will, too.
Sometimes, it is best to listen to the veteran teachers to help guide you along your path. Why not learn from an experienced teacher who has been there and done that. In this video, you hear from one such teacher who has created his top 10 rules for classroom management. He calls them Discipline for Dummies. You really should check it out.
You are probably like me, in that you like to see examples or ideas from others to help get your creative juices flowing. Well, this resource is for you because teachers were asked to describe the behavior plans they use in their classrooms. They posted some really great ideas that I'm sure you can utilize or tweak to your liking.
One of the greatest challenges a teacher faces is classroom management. You cannot teach if you don't have classroom management. This post discusses three big picture questions that, if carefully thought about and action taken, can reduce or remove your classroom management issues.