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Has it been a rough year? Are you feeling more like a babysitter/zookeeper/unsuccessful child wrangler than a teacher?
When you're constantly dealing with behavior problems, being a teacher is more stressful than enjoyable. But it doesn't have to be this way.
It's not too late. You CAN regain control of your classroom - even this late in the year.
In fact, NOW is time to act. To learn new strategies, to try new techniques, and to build your classroom management skills (& your confidence).
Because when YOU are confident and prepared come next fall, you'll be able to set the right tone that critical first week of school. And you'll be amazed at the difference in your students' behavior when you start the school year off right.
After this free training, you'll be able to
Over 2,431 teachers have benefited from these live trainings. Here's what a few of them had to say...
I did a shake it up! Morning and end of the day packing up were crazy. My least favorite part of the day! So, I did it! We are on day 5 and the kids are responding to the new routine. I also modified my behavior strategy giving a warning first and then consequences. The non-consequence warning is definitely getting their attention and I've only taken away recess times a couple times since. Thank you for your insight. - Jeannie, 4th grade teacher
I really enjoyed your live training last night, it was well worth staying up past my bedtime to watch. Straight and to the point! - Jennifer, instructional coach
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with the teaching community. It has made a huge difference in my first day of school already. My principal dropped in during my first block and gave me positive feedback on practicing procedures until they become rituals and routines. - Caroline
I always wanted to be teacher, and was so excited for my first real teaching position that I could hardly think straight. But a few months in, I realized teaching was a whole lot harder than I thought it would be.
Too many of my students just weren’t listening to me, and many were outright belligerent. My confidence plummeted, and as much as I didn’t want to admit it (even to myself), I wasn’t enjoying teaching. It wasn’t just the “you need to pull it together” meeting with my principal and the “I can’t face my class” 7:45am crying fit in the back hallway. It was the everyday struggle, the constant feeling that I was failure in my own classroom.
Praise the Lord, He didn’t let me stay there. Through the advice of trusted mentors, a much-needed book, a bit of trial and error, and much prayer, I gradually learned how to keep my students’ attention, and I started to gain the confidence that I could actually do this.
As I stopped living in fear of the next problem, I began to look forward to teaching my next class. And while I loved those ah-ha moments when my students finally got how to solve equations, the truest joy came from watching God soften hearts and change lives right in front of me. No matter what challenges you’re facing, you too can rekindle your passion for teaching. You’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.
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& build your skills to start next year right.
Monday, March 27