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Have a New, Improved Classroom

If you have some things that have been bothering you about your classroom (and don’t we all), you don’t have to just accept that this is how things are.

You can improve your classroom, and you can create an environment that is not only conducive for the students to learn but will also leave you smiling at the end of the day.

To help you plan, we’ve assembled a list of some of our most popular and practical posts about various classroom issues.

Browse a collection of our most popular and helpful posts

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Our Most Popular Teaching Posts:

How to Calm a Disruptive Class: The Quick & Easy Method that Saved My Sanity

Real Advice for Teachers from Teachers

Classroom Management Concepts I Wish I Had Understood as a First-Year Teacher

Dealing with Discouraging Days

Handling Students’ Complaints and Not-so-sincere Questions: 5 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way

What to Do With the Kid Who’s Driving You Crazy

If Your Class is Out of Control

What to Do With the Parent Who’s Driving You Crazy

What to Do When a Student Won’t Learn

When Your First Year Teaching is Harder Than You Thought It’d Be


Other Helpful Posts

Help, I’m Losing My Voice!

How to be a Professional Teacher Without Being Distant

Why We Need to Deal with Problems Before They’re Problems

How to Prevent Discipline Problems

How to Communicate More Effectively with Parents

5 Easy Ways to Incorporate Writing in Your Classroom

5 Tips for New Teachers

How Do You Know When to Give Mercy?

Yes, You Can Challenge Your Brightest Students


The Whole Package

If you really want to transform your classroom, you’ll want to grab a copy of my e-book Create Your Dream Classroom. Designed to save the sanity of new teachers and to bring fresh ideas to veterans, it’s the perfect book to help you conquer the learning curve and create the classroom you’ve always wanted. You can find out more about it here or order it here.

What changes are you planning to make in your classroom? What areas are your biggest challenges? Share you thoughts or ask a question with a comment below.

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