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AnApple4Teach AnApple4Teach is offline
 
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Classroom Management issues already
Old 08-27-2011, 05:07 AM
 
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Just wondering if anybody has any suggestions for classroom management systems for high school? 2/4 of my classes are very stressful and I end my day with those two classes. I need to change what i am doing so that I am not consistently stressed and the students are not constantly learning in a chaotic environment.


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More information needed
Old 08-27-2011, 05:07 PM
 
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I think I need more information to help you. I'd love to give you suggestions, but I don't know what you are already doing, the age of your high school students, what they are doing that causes the chaos, etc.

How engaging are your lessons? Generally speaking, the more engaging your lesson, the less likely you will have behavioral problems. This isn't always true, but as they told us in my teacher prep. program: "The best classroom management strategy we can teach you is good lesson planning!" It's so true!

Good luck! Know that this is something even veteran's teachers struggle with. It doesn't mean you are a bad teacher. It will get better! Please post more information, as I would love to help!
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