Teacher: Avoid my-way-or-the-highway classroom management

02/11/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Teachers who do away with rules and consequences in the classroom have an opportunity to focus more on cooperation and engaging activities, writes Mark Barnes, a veteran classroom teacher. In this blog post, he suggests teachers alter their my-way-or-the-highway method of classroom management and instead adopt the Results Only Learning Environment, a student-centered approach in which students and teachers work collaboratively to improve learning.

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