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

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Overview

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.

Details

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 (140)

Full Member
 
That was very interesting, and very informative. My biggest take away form this webinar is to always plan the transitions between periods.
 
Great presentation with lots of helpful tips to help teachers with behavior management in the classroom.
Full Member
 
Continuously getting into trouble, struggling to make good choices, acting out inappropriately, or refusing to do what we ask is more than 65% of CPS students these days. Particularly since the return to school after Covid 19. This was a good presentation and with some tips that can be provided to teachers to utilize in their classroom.
Full Member
 
I thought this was a very good presentation, with great tips straight to the point!
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Great information!!!
Full Member
 
Great information!
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really good information
 
Great information!
 
great
Full Member
 
Great strategies! Keep calm and use your calm voice.
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