First Year Teachers: Managing Classroom Behavior

Elementary Teacher's Discipline Problem SolverElementary Teacher’s Discipline Problem Solver:
A Practical A-Z Guide for Managing Classroom Behavior Problems

by Kenneth Shore
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I bought the A to Z Discipline Problem Solver after my first year of teaching.  It helped me address many problems—some I saw coming, and many I didn’t.

Do you have problems with gum chewing?  Gossip?  Crying?  Bullying?  The problem solver offers sound advice.  Keep it on your teacher-books shelf.  You will refer to it several times a year … not just your first year, but every year.

You can always ask veteran teachers or your principal for advice, but the Discipline Problem Solver can give you a starting point for discussion and help you solve many problems yourself.  It’s nice to feel like you don’t have to run to someone for advice on every little thing.  Run to this book instead.

This is the first in a series of posts aimed at helping first year teachers.  Tell me your concerns and share your ideas, and we’ll continue this conversation throughout the year.

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