Classroom Behavior Management Blues

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  1. Hi,
    It sounds like you’re having a bit of a tough time at the moment.

    I want to reassure that you’re not alone – most teachers in their first year of teaching find real diffiiculty establishing routines that enable them to take control in the classroom.

    It can feel overwhelming because there just seems so much you need to know and try out. and if you’re not getting much help from the administration team at your school it’s easy to feel isolated.

    You need advice and feedback and it sounds like you have been very proactive in reaching out and asking others to help you. In the long term that will prove very helpful.

    In the short term you can try to find out as much as you can about classroom management routines that are proven to be successful. My website has a lot of free information that you might find useful and you’re welcome to visit any time.

    Please remember, you’ve only been teaching a few months but it’s quite clear that you are determined to be successful. Like all worthwhile things, becoming a successful teacher takes time. Don’t be too hard on yourself, keep an open mind and stay optimistic and focused on your goals for success.

    Bill Alexander


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