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Articles | September 27, 2017

If your behavior management is spot on, your school year will be a breeze, but if it’s wobbly? Watch out for a rocky year. All Really Good Teachers know that

Articles | August 30, 2013

When the class roster is stacked with more boys than girls, there is a definite need to adjust teaching styles and approaches.  The idea that boys are more physical, more

Articles | November 12, 2012

“If only I had more time in a school day…” Have you ever caught yourself uttering this phrase? You can easily add those instructional minutes to your day by explicitly

Articles | November 9, 2012

As the school year goes on, and breaks approach, you may notice your students having a tough time staying focused and following classroom rules. It’s not just me, right?! So

Articles | July 25, 2012

You are tired, the classroom is hot and stuffy, the lesson you had planned got cut short by a surprise fire drill, and instead of happy voices, all you hear

Articles | July 23, 2012

by Tessa Maguire, Guest Blogger Managing behaviors is usually the number one issue with a new teacher. Student teaching, while giving you lots of opportunities, just isn’t the full experience

Articles | March 5, 2012

By Barbara Gruener, Monthly Columnist I don’t know about you, but I’ve always had a difficult time with certain conversations. Nose picking, for example. Surely I can not be the

Articles | April 7, 2011

The end of the year is filled with a lot of pressure and stress for both students and teachers alike.  Between testing and report cards, to uncertainty about next year,

Articles | April 7, 2010

We’re excited to have guest author and ADHD coach, Laura Rolands, share with us some really good tips for working with students in the classroom who have ADHD.  We love

Articles | March 30, 2010

The “ticket system” for behavior modification is a classic example of rewarding students for positive behavior. It seems as though most teachers, at some point in their teaching career, try

Articles | March 19, 2010

As most teachers know, March Madness is not just a basketball tournament. It’s also what happens in classrooms across the country as the weather warms up and students start thinking

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