How to strike the right balance with classroom control

12/11/2011 | Education Week Teacher

If teachers try to dictate students' behavior or thoughts, their classrooms are more likely to be out of control, says instructional coach David Ginsburg. Such tactics, he writes, likely will lead students to become withdrawn or disruptive. Instead, Ginsburg suggests, teachers should offer a structure that empowers students to think for themselves.

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