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  • Many teachers make the mistake of starting the school year with a poor discipline plan. Students quickly assess the situation in each class and realize what they will be allowed to get away with.
  • Students have a distinct sense of what is and what is not fair. You must act fairly for all students if you expect to be respected.
  • When you haveclassroomdisruptions, it isimperative that youdeal with themimmediately andwith as littleinterruption of yourclass momentum aspossible.
  • Whenever there is a confrontation in class there is a winner and a loser. Obviously as the teacher, you need to keep order and discipline in your class.
  • Sometimes all ittakes is foreveryone to have agood laugh to getthings back ontrack in aclassroom.
  • Expect that your students will behave, not that they will disrupt. Reinforce this with the way you speak to your students.
  • Free time is something teachers should avoid. By allowing students time just to talk each day, you are setting a precedent about how you view academics and your subject.
  • One of theworst things youcan do as ateacher is to notenforce yourrulesconsistently.
  • Students should understand what is and what is not acceptable. Further, you should make sure that the consequences for breaking your rules are also clear and known beforehand.
  • However, it does mean that you should start teaching your class each day with the expectation that students will behave.