Teachers tell us there is a great need for a resource like Classroom Management Strategy Site. Working in today’s classrooms is more difficult than it ever has been. Some teachers have one or two strategies that they rely on almost exclusively and often they are frustrated believing that “nothing works”. In fact there are many different Classroom Management Strategies with which classroom teachers are familiar and which they use regularly. Some work well at times but not at others. There are other strategies that rarely work.
We at ClassroomManagementStrategySite.com are committed to providing you with strategies that will work in your class. By relating each strategy that we present to specific classroom situations you get a technique that you know you can utilize when you find yourself in a similar situation. Our frequent case studies provide even greater insight into student problems and how best to treat them.
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Enjoy our most recent article below.
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO CREATE A MOTIVATION MINDSET
The success we experience in the classroom working with our students depends in large part on the motivation of our students. Our classroom management strategies need to take student motivation into consideration if we are to be successful. In our last post we discussed five tips to motivate students. In this post we will take a look at this issue from the perspective of the student and offer four strategies to help develop a positive attitude towards learning. Click here to read more
It’s job hunting season for teachers so I thought you might be interested in this. My colleague Rob Plevin had more than 100 jobs before he settled in to teaching. You learn a lot about interviews when you have that many jobs and one of the most
important lessons he learned was that if you want to maximise your chances of successfully landing a position…
…You really need to stand out from the other candidates.
You need to do more than fill out an application and attach a CV. If you’d like to get all of Rob’s Ninja teacher job search techniques right now you can take his ebook – Job Hunters’ Bible For Teachers – for a test drive. As always there’s a money-back guarantee but I’m sure you won’t need to use it. Especially when you see what it contains. Check it out here