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Teaching Challenging Students: Strategies and Tips for Managing Behavior in the Classroom

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We all have had those students who are habitually in trouble, struggle with making good choices, act out inappropriately, or refuse to do what we ask. Having even one of these students in class can make it a difficult school year for you, them, and the other students in your class. Before you throw up your hands in despair, join Chrissy Romano Arrabito to learn some sure-fire strategies for dealing with difficult students in the classroom. She will share a variety of strategies and techniques that will help and support these students, the teachers, and the other students in the classroom.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Counseling, Diversity & SEL
Tags: behavior, difficult students, misbehavior

Reviews (92)

I liked the strategies you mentioned, especially just listening to the frustrations of our kids! Thank you!
Full Member
Wonderful tips. Video clips would help even more.
The webinar was wonderful! I just learned others ways to manage students' behavior in my classroom.
Full Member
I appreciate the Understand Triggers section of the presentation the most, because often in the process of teaching 30+ students the why is not foremost in my mind. I just want to keep things moving, but acknowledging that there are factors outside of the obvious or assumed reason for the disruption will definitely shift the direction of the interaction for the better. Hopefully.
Full Member
Excellent presentation!!
Full Member
So many things to think about! I love the statement you can't give from an empty cup! So true!
Great tips for challenging behavior an I teach adults with complicated issues in an 18+Transition program
Basic Member
thank you
Thanks (my cup was empty-smile) this helps alot.
Full Member
This was great!
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