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This unit really gave me a clear understanding of how to establish discipline while at the same time keeping order by making myself more accessible and the class more interesting for the students. This has been one of the more frustrating things that I've faced as a teacher, as most schools have not very effectively communicated their disciplinary measures very clearly or have been very inconsistent in their application, and have given very little feedback as to my performance. I've always been very willing to learn, so I appreciated this unit a lot. Especially on the subject of establishing rapport with the students. This is something that I consider very important, but was happy to have it spelled out clearly for me. What I have the hardest time doing, I think, is memorizing students names so that they know that I've made an effort to get to know them. For some reason, I forget names fairly easily. I am a very visual learner, so I remember faces, events, and conversations extremely well, but names are more difficult. I've actually taken photos of the class and written down their names so that I can study them, but having 150 new students every term makes it a daunting task.