This article explains how teachers can handle habitually disruptive students and measures they can take to manage such recalcitrant behavior.
This article discusses incentives that teachers can extend to their students as well as reasons why teachers may choose to extend incentives to their students.
This article discusses the pros and cons of school uniforms.
Establishing a positive classroom environment immediately is extremely important as it sets the tone for the remainder of the school year—it sets the teacher’s expectations with regard to discipline. Students know what is expected of them, and are less likely to bestow surprises on teachers.
This article examines how teachers can deter students from cheating in their classrooms.
It’s report card time: our own. Teacher self assessment and evaluation will allow you to make a teacher performance improvement plan. The more you improve, the more your students will benefit. Although it is extremely difficult to critique one’s own strengths and weaknesses, it is hugely important.
This article discusses how technology, primarily texting, has negatively influenced students’ writing skills, and offers advise on what particular weaknesses students may have developed that you will need to work on correcting in your classroom.
Article identifies a common problem of using SMART Boards and offers a solution.
Article provides an explanation of point of view
This article addresses how to address students’ problematic behavior through verbal warnings issued in a complimentary fashion.
There are no other two words in the English language that high school students like to misuse: using who when they mean whom and whom when they mean who. Now, teachers can introduce and cover teaching the correct usage of who/whom in about five minutes.