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  • Classroom Management in the 21st Century
    How do you effectively manage the busy, dynamic atmosphere of a classroom in the 21st century? Common Core Standards promote collaboration and increased use of technology. With all that discussion and distractions, how do you keep your class organized and make sure all students are being reached?
  • The Case For the No Homework Policy
    The issue of too little or too much homework at the elementary level can be completely avoided if teachers simply stop giving homework altogether. Intrigued by this concept? Learn what a homework-free classroom could do for you and your students.
  • Quiz: Creating a Welcoming Classroom Environment
    Your classroom environment is the foundation for how your students will learn. Classrooms with too little stimuli are as problematic as classrooms with too much stimuli. Want to know how to set up your classroom so that students will be engaged in learning without being overwhelmed? Take this quiz.
  • An Effective Guide for Classroom Management
    Do you need help with classroom management? Whether you are a first time teacher or a seasoned veteran, managing a classroom can be tough. In this comprehensive classroom management guide you will find suggestions on how to establish a solid classroom and effectively maintain order.
  • Creating and Using Job Charts: Promote Student Responsibility
    Using job charts in the classroom can be a great way to promote accomplishment and student responsibility. Make your own job chart and manage your students better with these tips.
  • Learn About Matilda's Author, Roald Dahl, and the Book's Setting & Plot
    Improve comprehension with this study guide for the story Matilda, by Roald Dahl. In this first article of the four-part series, we will learn more about the author, the setting and the plot.
  • How to Create an Accountability System in Your Classroom
    Accountability is one of the most important concepts to teach a child. Teaching students how to respect one another and work together as a team will help them succeed throughout their academic and working career. Here are seven steps to help create an accountability system in the classroom.
  • Children Respond to a Positive Learning Environment
    When students feel respected, supported, appreciated and valued, learning comes much more easily. These steps will help you create a positive environment in your classroom that helps each child reach their full potential.
  • Learn to Recognize and Deal With Antisocial Student Behavior at School
    In your classroom, you may have a child who displays antisocial behavior. Learn about the signs of antisocial behaviors, problems that can arise with antisocial behavior, and how to deal with antisocial behavior in school.
  • Technology Tips for Teachers: It Can Make Your Life Easier!
    You can run but you can't hide. One of these days you'll have to ditch the typewriter and the overhead projector and step up to modern technology. If not for yourself, do it for the kids. Integrating technology in the classroom is easier than you'd think.
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