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  1. The 7 Rules Of Handling Difficult Students

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    The following is a list of 7 rules–all don’ts–that will help you avoid the most common pitfalls, and turn your most difficult students into valued members of your classroom.

    Rule #1: Don’t question.

    It’s normal for teachers to force explanations from difficult students as a form of accountability. But asking why and demanding a response from them almost always ends in resentment. And angry students who dislike their teacher never improve their classroom behavior.

    Rule #2: Don’t argue.

    When you argue with difficult students, it puts them on equal footing with you, creating a “your word against theirs” situation. This negates the effects of accountability. It also opens the floodgates: everybody will be arguing with you.

    Rule #3: Don’t lecture, scold, or yell.

    Lecturing, scolding, and yelling will cause all students to dislike you, but when you direct your diatribe toward one particular student, it can be especially damaging. Creating friction between you and your most challenging students virtually guarantees that their behavior will worsen.

    Rule #4: Don’t give false praise.

    Teachers often shower difficult students with praise for doing what is minimally expected. But because these students can look around at their fellow classmates and know that it’s a sham, false praise doesn’t work. Instead, give only meaningful, heartfelt praise based on true accomplishment.

    Rule #5: Don’t hold a grudge.

    “Every day is a new day” should be your mantra with difficult students. They need to know that they have a clean slate to start each day–and so do you. To that end, say hello, smile, and let them know you’re happy to see them first thing every morning.

    Rule #6: Don’t lose your cool.

    When you let students get under your skin and you lose emotional control, even if it’s just a sigh and an eye roll, you become less effective. Your likeability drops. Classroom tension rises. And when difficult students discover they can push your buttons, they’ll try as often as they can.

    Rule #7: Don’t ignore misbehavior.

    Given that there is an audience of other students, ignoring misbehavior will not make it go away. It will only make it worse. Instead, follow your classroom management plan as it’s written. If a difficult student breaks a rule, no matter how trivial, enforce it immediately.

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  2. Tips to Kickstart a New Session

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    The first impression is truly the last impression. This is solely the reason why you must leave no stone unturned in ensuring that your very first classroom session is a rocking and super-successful one, dear teachers. Why must Teachers Plan their First Session? For, this is the time when your... Comment
  3. Teacher-Student Interactions: The Key to Quality Classrooms

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    Every day, teachers make countless real-time decisions and facilitate dozens of interactions between themselves and their students. Although they share this commonality, educators all over the country often talk about these decisions and interactions in different ways. The Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS), developed at the University of Virginia’s Center... Comment
  4. MEETING WITH CHAIRPERSON CBSE

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    In a meeting with Chairperson CBSE Mrs. Anita Karwal, IAS who has been Education Secretary with Gujrat Government, Joint Secretary at MHRD & various other Educational Portfolio future of education many quality initiatives were discussed. Here are some of the quality reforms planned by the dynamic Chairperson: Learning from rote... Comment
  5. Checklist to open a New School

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    Checklist to open a new School:  Please follow and tick mark wherever completed.   Register Trust / Society of the school Appointment of the principal Principal office furniture Reception furniture. Reception table Visitor Sitting area TV – 32/41” Appoint of Receptionist Appointment of marketing team Appointment of Guard Staff room... Comment

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