Identifying and correcting classroom-management issues

Failure to establish clear, developmentally appropriate expectations for students, becoming overly reactive to students' behavior and not fully understanding the importance of close observation are some of the most common errors teachers make in classroom management, according to this article. Instructional coaches say there is always an opportunity to go back and reconstruct plans and consider the "nuts and bolts" to improve classroom management.

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