Teachers should always have a spare set of clothes in their classroom because of the five hazards starting with P: pee, poo, paint, pens and puke, writes New York City elementary-school teacher Otis Kriegel. In this blog post, Kriegel share this and six other tips to help teachers manage their classrooms. "There are so many things a new teacher needs to know before he or she gets into the classroom, most of which have absolutely nothing to do with the Common Core [State] Standards," Kriegel writes.
7 practical ideas for elementary-classroom management
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