A Holocaust survivor take his message of hope and love conquering hate to the classroom.
How a No Swearing Campaign ended up being a sweet deal.
Maintaining a swear-free school after students take the pledge.
Establish, manage, and keep your school's Dare Not to Swear campaign running!
Three educators honor and show respect for their students.
How do we teach students to treat others with fairness? Here's how three educators put this behavior into action.
Maurice Elias pinpoints the societal symptoms that are the missing piece of student success in modern education.
How students felt about their school and their classmates before and after the campaign started.
How one teacher helps her students gain a greater sense of the world as well as a sensitivity to other people, an appreciation of other cultures, and a respect for cultural and ethnic diversity.
Seven quick tips to help your students feel connected.
Research that examines reducing aggression in students and Enhancing their learning.
A high school teacher applies Dr. William Glasser's theories to student - and staff - behavior.
Educators share tips for avoiding favoritism in the classroom.
Here are six classroom management tips to help teachers settle problems, or prevent them from occurring, so that they can spend more of the classroom hour on teaching and learning.
Use the following lessons, resources, and activities for all grade levels to practice good manners, investigate temporal and cultural differences, and test students’ knowledge.
Ideas for building better listening skills and teaching good listening practices for your classroom.
This report examines controlling students' behavior and fostering learning-centered environments from the interesting perspective of two teachers in distinct settings.
What to do when you see it.
Gladys Mendez is boosting student achievement—by reaching out to parents.
These six attributes of character are the six pillars of the Character Counts youth-ethics initiative.
Guidance offered by Dr. Allen Mendler's six “pillars” can help you stay at the top of your game by influencing even your most challenging students to want to behave and achieve.
Master teachers share their lists of what not to do.
You don't have to get your kids excited about every new concept -- but you do have to get them interested. Check out the tricks your colleagues use.
Classroom themes that are dynamic and economical.
How do you create a beautiful, inviting, stimulating classroom? We asked experienced teachers how they did it and got both fun and practical answers, plus photos that show off their own work.