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An Effective Classroom Management Strategy – The Three Requests Technique

The amazing three requests technique for delivering consequences: The ‘Three Requests’ classroom management technique is a very effective way to keep your cool when dealing with difficult and

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Classroom Management Strategies: How to use consequences effectively. 

Before we discuss the ‘consequences’ that may feature in your classroom management strategy, I want to hammer home the important message that there is a multitude of effective preventive strategies

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The Top 5 Ways To Encourage Achievement Within Your Classroom

Achievement brings a feeling of personal satisfaction and accomplishment – and the real internal motivation that results is reward itself. If a person feels satisfied that they have reached a level

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Classroom Management Top Tips: How to manage unengaged students who refuse to start their work

If can often feel like you are fighting a losing battle when you’re attempting to manage and encourage students who refuse to start their work or maintain focus. When you’re trying to encourage

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The Top 4 Reasons Why Your Students Are Unmotivated

You might feel like you have tried lots of different strategies to motivate the unmotivated students in your class, but have you thought about why they are currently lacking the drive to become an actively

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Classroom Management Strategies To Manage Arguments And Serious Incidents

Arguments and serious incidents are issues regularly faced by teachers, particularly in our most challenging classrooms. They’re often frustrating and uncomfortable, yet avoidable occurrences, but having

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The Top Ten Classroom Management Strategies For Dealing With Angry And Defiant Students

They may be every teacher’s worst nightmare: angry and defiant students. To ensure this particular group of student’s behaviours is dealt with in a quick and effective manner, you undoubtedly need

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Classroom Management Strategy: How To Effectively Manage Mobile Phones In The Classroom

Classroom management strategies and school policies regarding mobile phones vary from setting to setting, so the way you address this problem will depend on the school/college’s overall viewpoint. If

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Classroom Management Strategy: How to deal with silly behaviour

Here’s a classroom management strategy for dealing with silly students – the ones that disrupt lessons with immature, attention-seeking behaviour. I’ve often found that those students who ‘need’

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Classroom Management Strategies: How to get students to follow your instructions

Having an effective classroom management strategy to ensure that your students can follow instructions is key to productivity. But, as teachers, we are often faced with a mass of excuses thrown from students

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Classroom Management Strategies: Dealing with Swearing and Abusive Language in the Classroom

Teachers need to be very clear about the consequences of the use of bad language in their classroom. If there is no school policy or effective classroom management strategy already in place then create

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The Top 6 Classroom Management Strategies For Dealing With Low-Level Disruption

Having an effective strategy for dealing with low-level disruptions is KEY to successful Classroom Management for any teacher. This sort of disruption can be like water torture to the teacher, that incessant

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Classroom Management Strategies For Dealing With Students Who Won’t Complete Work in Class

Do you feel as if you are constantly adapting your classroom management strategies to manage those students who show no interest in completing their work in class? Honestly, you are not the only teacher

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Classroom Management Tips: Dealing With Students Who Won’t Complete Homework

Getting students to complete homework is a typical problem for teachers – especially with students who lack motivation. If they’re not working in a classroom where we can stand over them, they certainly

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