5 Tips to Master Classroom Management E-Book

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Looking for new ways to keep your classroom running smoothly?

Aren't all teachers? We reached out to fourth-grade teacher Lisa Koplik to share the classroom management techniques she uses to help curb disruptive behavior and encourage attentive students. We hope you find her suggestions in our free e-book "5 Tips to Master Classroom Management" valuable for your own classroom. Create your free account or log in to download instantly.
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Tip #1: Be patient

It’s easy to become frustrated or angry by “poor” student behavior. It’s also incredibly unproductive. Learning to practice patience makes a world of difference.

Over the course of my four years teaching, I’ve slowly come to realize that the underlying basis for solid classroom management isn’t a menacing voice, an over-abundance of rewards, or threats—it’s patience. In my first year of teaching, I was very quick to become frustrated or angry with my students who were misbehaving, which created the perfect power imbalance for the student.

Updated on: December 6, 2018
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