Sometimes student teaching feels more like waging war against an army of overactive hellions. But if you look at the research, one deceptively simple strategy can turn your entire classroom around.
Edudemic recently published an article on the million-dollar word of successful classrooms: expectations. “According to ASCD, setting clearly defined parameters for classroom behaviors accounts for 25% of the factors that affect classroom discipline.” And that’s not all.
The article goes on to outline three tried-and-true strategies to define expectations that will work every time. To learn the secret, read the full article at Edudemic.com.
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Sara is the Sr. Writer for Higher Education at GoReact, the premier video feedback software for teaching skills crazy fast. She has been writing and editing for companies in the tech and financial spaces for over six years and enjoys creating content strategies for professional brands. She has a bachelor’s degree in traditional editing from Brigham Young University. When she’s not working, Sara can be found traveling and writing novels for young adults.