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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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Please buy this Joke Book & help me raise £2000 for children's charities this month...This is my 5 years old daughter, Poppy, with a copy of a Joke Book we've just released through my publishing company.

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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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Classroom Management Tips For Dealing with Interruptions and Constant Chatter

A lesson doesn’t necessarily have to be totally silent in order to be a success – unless you’re Marcel Marceau – but if noise levels rise to the point where they are affecting others, it’s

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Your Classroom Management Plan

I've just uploaded a new video to Youtube on putting a classroom management plan together.Having a classroom management plan in place is fundamental to developing calm confidence in the classroom and I've

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The top classroom management strategies to deal with the class from hell.

I imagine that all teachers will recognise this class and I am sure that this class would have challenged every classroom management strategy that you practice. The ‘class from hell’ is composed largely

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Classroom management strategies to deal with an extremely difficult class.

Rumor has it that you only get ‘that’ class once every seven years… HA! The truth is that some teachers are dealing with an extremely difficult class every single day so here are a few

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Classroom Management strategy – How to get any class quiet in 15 seconds or less

This is a very simple classroom management strategy taken from my main classroom management title, ‘Take Control of the Noisy Class.’ I often used this in class when I was a teacher, and now use at

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Classroom Management strategies: Dealing with students who have no interest in the lesson.

A student who has no interest in lessons and anything you say and do can have a terrible impact on the teachers, the rest of the class and your classroom management strategies. What you must remember however

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Classroom management tips: How to deal with inappropriate comments from students.

Inappropriate and abusive comments are an increasingly prevalent issue for teachers today, meaning having an effective technique to deal with these comments is critical for your classroom management strategy. There

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Five ways to make work relevant to your students

Students respond most positively in lessons when tasks and challenges are connected to what they know in the real world. We have to introduce new topics and information to them in a way that is

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Six ways to get students to follow instructions

Issuing clear instructions is about ensuring that we communicate the right message to our students in the right way, so as to minimise confusion and confrontation and to maximise the chances of

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The Top 5 Reasons To Include Games In Your Lessons

The inclusion of games and activities in the classroom provides us with an array of invaluable benefits that mostly gravitate around providing your students with a sense of belonging. Regularly including

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