Research that examines reducing aggression in students and Enhancing their learning.
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.
Ideas for building better listening skills and teaching good listening practices for your classroom.
It's an inappropriate and disruptive attention-getting device, but you can curb the clowning and here's how.
Stress, energy and aggression in children with Asperger's: one parent's amazing discovery that helped control all three.
A guest to the discussion boards provided these ideas for helping students let go of their anger.
When it comes to classroom management, getting students and adults to sign on the dotted line really works! See how to write the "ehavior Contract that benefits learning.
The go-to source for safely surviving common classroom conundrums.
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How to deal with students who interrupt.
“The talker” is a bright student who can’t seem to contain herself and ends up interrupting the entire class. How do you quiet a talker without turning off the student? At a roundtable discussion, experienced teachers offer their advice.
A growing concern among teachers is the defiant student, one who verbally – and even physically – challenges the teacher in the classroom. This video illustrates strategies for handling such defiant students.
Letting them fidget may keep students focused on learning!
Need help with discipline? Here are some ideas that work.
As students change from one activity to another, a classroom can turn to chaos. Here are some tips that can help your transitions take place smoothly.
Socializing is part of growing up, but there's a time and place for it in school. Here's how to keep it from interfering with learning.
A defiant student can turn any classroom to into chaos. Here are some strategies that could help you - and the student - move on.
Frequently occurring discipline problems and suggested solutions.
Peter Lorain, a retired high school teacher and middle school principal in Beaverton, Oregon, explains how pre-service teachers can react quickly and correctly.
Did you know that talking and socializing are not only normal, but also healthy? Through talking and socializing, young adolescents project the social and developmental issues they are experiencing.
Disruptive and confrontational students are sometimes an unavoidable challenge. If handled poorly, these confrontations can lead to power struggles and more disruptions. We asked educators for their advice on defusing these tense situations.