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The following information on classroom management is intended for middle school    
and high school teachers. Classroom management topics include:   
procedures, safe environment, rules and consequences, respect,    
seating charts, non-verbal communication, managing groups, getting   
students attention, substitutes, and more. Make sure to consult with your    
principal before using any ideas on classroom management.    
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Classroom Management

Classroom management   To the right is the top 10 rules you should follow in order to have great classroom management. These rules can work for any teacher but are intended for middle school and high school teachers. While most credential programs leave the classroom management style to the teacher, they focus instead on the most important aspect of teaching, curriculum.

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* Disclaimer: Before implementing any ideas from this website, please first consult your principal and make sure they are in compliance with state laws, district and school procedures.

Top 10 Classroom Rules

  1. Keep students on task.

  2. Use classroom procedures to create consistency.

  3. Always check for understanding.

  4. Create a safe classroom environment using respect.

  5. Use classroom consequences to correct wrong student behavior.

  6. Use the tone of your voice and body language to communicate information.

  7. Academically challenge every student.

  8. How to easily get your students' attention.

  9. Use a classroom seating chart.

  10. Allow students to work collaboratively in groups to increase participation.

 
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