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Hate Hurts

A Holocaust survivor take his message of hope and love conquering hate to the classroom.

Kids Still Tired of Swearing

How a No Swearing Campaign ended up being a sweet deal.

Keeping the Anti-Swearing Campaign Alive

Maintaining a swear-free school after students take the pledge.

Students Pledge Not to Swear

Establish, manage, and keep your school's Dare Not to Swear campaign running!

Feeling Good About Themselves

Three educators honor and show respect for their students.

Fairness in Action

How do we teach students to treat others with fairness? Here's how three educators put this behavior into action.

Emotional Literacy - The Missing Piece

Maurice Elias pinpoints the societal symptoms that are the missing piece of student success in modern education.

Students Talk About Anti-Swearing Campaign

How students felt about their school and their classmates before and after the campaign started.

Promote Equity and Unity

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.

Creating Community Connects Kids

Seven quick tips to help your students feel connected.

Conflict Resolution Programs

Research that examines reducing aggression in students and Enhancing their learning.

Getting Students To Complete Their Work

A high school teacher applies Dr. William Glasser's theories to student - and staff - behavior.

Are You Being Fair?

Educators share tips for avoiding favoritism in the classroom.

6 Classroom Management Tips Every Teacher Can Use

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.

Learning and Practicing Good Manners

Use the following lessons, resources, and activities for all grade levels to practice good manners, investigate temporal and cultural differences, and test students’ knowledge.

Build Better Listening Skills

Ideas for building better listening skills and teaching good listening practices for your classroom.

Looking into Learning-Centered Classrooms: Implications for Classroom Management

This report examines controlling students' behavior and fostering learning-centered environments from the interesting perspective of two teachers in distinct settings.

A Day in the Life of a Parent Liaison

Gladys Mendez is boosting student achievement—by reaching out to parents.

Six Character-Building Behaviors Students Should Learn

These six attributes of character are the six pillars of the Character Counts youth-ethics initiative.

Reclaim Your Game Before Teaching Gets Tougher

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.

Classroom Set-Up Using a Theme

Classroom themes that are dynamic and economical.

Discipline Checklist: Clowning

It's an inappropriate and disruptive attention-getting device, but you can curb the clowning and here's how.

Classroom Beautiful: Do It Yourself

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.

Working Well with Parents

Reaching today's parents takes creativity and flexibility.

Try This: The New Parent-Teacher Conference

What’s the secret to getting parents to your parent-teacher conferences? Their kids, for one.

Ask the Expert

You can't teach a class that's out of control. But Kate Ortiz, our classroom management expert with more than 30 years of experience, may be able to help. Describe your situation and you’ll have an answer within 24 hours.

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