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Three teachers dish on their No. 1 rule for keeping their classrooms under control. As teachers we are all about being flexible, but the one thing I do not adjust is: Stick to your classroom guidelines from Day One. If they see you waiver on anything, it opens up to always testing boundaries. Molly

Aug 08, 2016

Three teachers dish on their No. 1 rule for keeping their classrooms under control.

 


As teachers we are all about being flexible, but the one thing I do not adjust is: Stick to your classroom guidelines from Day One. If they see you waiver on anything, it opens up to always testing boundaries. 


Molly Reed, NBCT
Outdoor Learning Teacher K-5, Tucson Unified School District

 


My best management tip is to make sure that you are selective about rules and discipline. One rule that I always use is:  "You can do anything in my classroom as long as it doesn't bother me or other students."


Greg Broberg
Sixth Grade Humanities, Kyrene School District

 


Classroom management is an art form. My strategies are to have more opportunities to have project-based learning with real world experience. By having lessons that engage students in their interest, it allows a rich experience for them, and easier management for me.


Karl Ochsner
Seventh and Eighth Grade STEM/1:1 Learning Coordinator, Diocese of Phoenix

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