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A Guide to Class Management

A Guide to Class Management

How will you handle it when a child screams at you?

Jill Hare /

Whether you’re a new teacher stepping foot in the classroom for the first time or an experienced teacher, managing a classroom full of students can be challenging. Each set of students and each new day bring about situations that require careful attention and sometimes quick action.

Experts agree that planning your management strategy before you get in the classroom is a must. How will you handle it when a child screams at you? How will you react when you see a fight break out? What will you do to prevent and punish offenses for cheating? How will you avoid chaos and focus on learning?

All of these questions are explored in the various articles below. Remember that in any profession practice, preparation and reflection are great tools for success.

How to Deal with an Oppositional and Defiant Student
Classroom Discipline Tips
How to Keep Students from Cheating
Learn Your Students Names Quickly
Managing Violent and Explosive Behavior
25 Actions that will Grab Your Students Attention
Avoid an Awful Day at School
The Best Ways to Reflect on Teaching

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