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Classroom Management

Reclaim Your Game Before Teaching Gets Toughe

How you handle difficult students can make or break the rest of the year. Stay on track with these strategies!


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Promote Equity and Unity

By Cynthia Moore, high school Spanish teacher, Waynesboro, Virginia

See what you can do inside your classroom to promote develop students' sensitivity to other people, an appreciation of other cultures, and a respect for cultural and ethnic diversity.


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Build Better Listening Skills

NEA Staff

If only every student would just listen! Here are some ideas for building better listening skills and teaching good listening practices for your classroom.

 


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Using Humor In the Classroom

By Robert McNeely for NEA.org

It's no joke: laughter has the power to fuel engagement and help students learn. Using humor effectively can help teachers do their work. Here are three ways you can make it happen.


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