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While researching classroom management tips and skills, I came across an article from The Penn State Teacher II: Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn (1997), a handbook with practical advice for teachers. The article discusses guidelines for dealing with some unexpected, classroom issues, to include the following: tips for managing the classroom, handling disruptive students, availability outside the classroom, helping students who struggle academically, dealing with students who are having personal problems, dating students, and avoiding these and other problems. In this essay, I will discuss what I have learned from this article, from Unit 5- Managing Classes, and from my own experiences. The article, Unit 5, and my own experience have taught me the importance of giving individual attention. This means knowing all my students’ names, teaching both strong and weak students equally, and not allowing individual students to dominate class activities and discussions. When I feel that I am giving one student too much attention or the student is asking for too much attention, I may try turning my body away from the student or directing eye contact towards other students. “10. Do not deal with students when you are emotional. 11. Do not deal with