How a lesson begins has an enormous influence on what happens subsequently. Having clear and regular routines that are enforced without fail allow you a multitude of benefits, and I've picked out five for your reading pleasure.
There are two kinds of authority you need to have. The first is the one granted to you by your job role. The other (longer-lasting one) is the one you develop as an expert. Learn more about the two here.
Retaining anything in long-term memory requires repetition and rehearsal. Here are three proven techniques you can build into lessons to aid long-term memory.
With all of this talk of everything "curriculum" floating around, you might get confused on the different things that it involves, so I've produced a simple diagram to show you and how it all fits together.
We're all looking to achieve consistency across our departments and school, right? Collaborative planning allows you to do that. Here's how to do it.
Do you want to make detentions in your school mean more than sitting in silence for an hour and then going home, while the same kids show up over and over again? Read on.
You might be responsible for creating the only environment in which they are talked to in a respectful way, as a mature developing adult, on equal par to you in terms of dignity.
You can TALK yourself into being a more effective teacher. Believe these 3 things in order to be more confident each day.
The boundaries you're uncomfortable enforcing are the very same ones that they NEED because the chances are, they aren't getting them elsewhere from the other people in their lives.