Classroom Management

  • Classroom Discipline: Taming a Wild Class

    This article offers suggestions as to how teachers can reclaim their authority in their classroom.
    By Lady Lit March 7, 2010 

  • Prepping for a Teacher Eval? Relax, These 10 "Tricks" Will Help

    Teacher observations can be a stressful part of a teacher performance evaluation. Be prepared with these 10 tricks. Note, those with no sense of humor, should skip to #10. For those of you who understand the concept of satire, and would like a break...
    By Trent Lorcher February 2, 2010 

  • Today's High School Teacher: What it Takes to Succeed

    High School teachers must know their content well and how to run a student-centered class effectively. This is an incredibly rewarding career path for those passionate about their subject and helping young people.
    By Pauline H. Gill August 20, 2009 

  • Review of The Essential 55 by Ron Clark

    Ron Clark, Disney's teacher of the year in 2001, wrote a book about the 55 rules or ideas he used to become an extraordinary teacher. He demanded the best from his students and from himself, and he did this in some of the most difficult schools in...
    By Margo Dill July 30, 2009 

  • Combat Bullying: Five Online Resources

    Dealing with bullies can seem like an endless battle where the biggest fights erupt at the most inconvenient times. As teachers, it’s important that we have our own arsenal of ammunition that we can pull up in a pinch. Here are five essential Web...
    By JenniferB June 8, 2009 

  • Tips for Improving Classroom Safety

    This article discusses ways in which teachers can improve the safety of their students.
    By Lady Lit November 26, 2008

  • Classroom Group

    There are many kinds of groups in school. Classroom groups are the most important of all the groups. Classroom groups help teachers and students satisfy their needs and achieve their goals.
    By Finn Orfano November 17, 2008 
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