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Discipline in the classroomn
Classroom management is a top concern among teachers and parents within the education community. Problem solving is a valid concern for teachers of any grade level. Teachers must have a clear, organized plan for handling classroom problems. This plan should be well defined with clear rules and consequences. Discipline in the classroom is an issue all teachers deal every day in their classroom. The first step in dealing with students is to get to know each student’s personality. Each child has a different background and family history. This process should begin soon after school starts by reviewing the students’ academic and confidential files. Teachers must search for patterns of behavior in the comment section of past report cards. Major events in the child’s family history such as divorce and abuse can lead to changes in students’ behavior. Teachers must be cautious not to stereotype students before they have an opportunity to develop their own opinions during the school year. Developing positive connections with students’ parents can contribute significantly to success and to your success as a teacher.