Category: Classroom Management Principles

  • How to Handle All-Knowing Students?

    How to Handle All-Knowing Students?

    We’ve all had students who seem to know everything. They answer every question with confidence, and they don’t need to study because they already know the material. It can be frustrating for both you and your other students when these kids are always right! But there are ways that you can help them feel like…

  • How to Be a Good Role Model for Your Students?

    How to Be a Good Role Model for Your Students?

    How do you define a good teacher? A good teacher is someone who has students excited about learning. They are passionate about their subject, and they make it fun for the class to learn. But what makes these teachers so successful? What are some of the keys to being an amazing role model for your…

  • How Should Teachers Handle Angry Parents?

    How Should Teachers Handle Angry Parents?

    Many teachers have dealt with angry parents in the past. Whether it’s a parent yelling at you or one who is being polite, it can be an uncomfortable situation to be in. However, there are ways to deal with these types of situations so that they don’t escalate and become more damaging for both parties…

  • What Teachers Should Never Say To Students’ Parents?

    What Teachers Should Never Say To Students’ Parents?

    Parents are often quick to criticize teachers and schools. The problem is that they’re usually not qualified to do so. They don’t know what we’re doing, and sometimes they don’t want to know. Even if parents did have the qualifications, it would be inappropriate for them to share their opinions with us – we should…

  • Why Is Consistency Important In The Classroom?

    Why Is Consistency Important In The Classroom?

    Do you know what’s the most important thing in a classroom? A good teacher! That’s why consistency is so important. It helps students feel more secure and it creates orderliness in the classroom. This blog post will explain how to be consistent, why being consistent is so important, and finally offer three ways teachers can be…

  • How To Become More Charismatic To Your Students?

    How To Become More Charismatic To Your Students?

    I’ve always wanted to be a charismatic teacher. I know it’s important because my favorite teachers are all so charming and engaging. But what does being charismatic mean? How do you become more charismatic to your students? This blog post is for new and experienced teachers who want to learn how they can be more…

  • Modeling: Why Is It Important In Classroom Management?

    Modeling: Why Is It Important In Classroom Management?

    Modeling is showing how something works, using one’s actions. It can be done with objects or by acting out social situations. Modeling Theory has its roots in Social Learning Theory, which states that learning occurs through observation of other people’s behavior and the consequences of this behavior (Bandura). Since then, there have been many different…

  • What Are Some Ethical Issues in Classroom Management?

    What Are Some Ethical Issues in Classroom Management?

    How do you manage your classroom in a way that is both effective and ethical? How do you maintain control without resorting to intimidation or physical force?  This blog post will explore some of the most common issues teachers face when it comes to classroom management, and offer suggestions for how they can be dealt…

  • The Signs That Your Students Like You

    The Signs That Your Students Like You

    Teaching is a difficult job. It’s also one of the most rewarding jobs out there, but it can be really hard to know if you’re making progress with your students. How do you know if they like you? If they think your lessons are interesting? And what does that mean for their performance in class…

  • How To Get Students To Stop Talking And Listen?

    How To Get Students To Stop Talking And Listen?

    Do you ever have a hard time getting your students to stop talking? They all seem like they are friends and can’t seem to stop discussing what happened on last night’s episode of The Bachelor. It is understandable that they want to interact with each other, but it can be distracting for the rest of…