Sep 21, 2022
Over the past couple of weeks on the podcast, we've been talking about a couple of different topics. One of them was how to set up your teacher planning binder. And the other one was how to manage all of that student data.
As I was recording those episodes, it really got me thinking about how classroom management is a much broader topic than what we traditionally think about classroom management as. I've worked with more than 1,500 teachers inside the R.E.A.D.Y for School Academy over the last few years, and what's become so much clearer to me than ever before, is that classroom management is not just about managing students. I realized that it all really boils down to four key areas, all of which fall under the larger umbrella of how I define classroom management. I’m sharing those key areas with you today.
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