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Managing Inappropriate Behavior
Are there ways to prevent misbehavior? What about establishing rules? How can teachers increase student motivation for academic tasks? What about Token economies? How can teachers decrease unwanted behavior? Find answer to these and many such questions that a teacher faces.

Peer Conflicts in the Classroom
Read about the structure of children's conflict, the role of age and gender in conflict, contexts of children's conflict,and implications for teachers that can be drawn from the research on children's conflicts.

Benchmarks for Science Literacy, a Report
Science, mathematics, and technology will be at the center of radical change - causing it, shaping it, responding to it. Therefore, they will be essential to the education of today’s children for tomorrow’s world. What should the substance and character of such education be?The purpose of this report is to propose an answer to that question.

Direct Instruction, an Educational Technique
"If the child hasn't learned, the teacher hasn't taught." That's the philosophy behind Direct Instruction, an educational technique that challenges the mantras of modern bureaucrats. The term "Direct Instruction" refers to a rigorously developed, highly scripted method for teaching that is fast-paced and provides constant interaction between students and the teacher.

Just a few tricks to keep kids organized and to integrate language and literacy development throughout the day.Use checklists (computer produced & laminated) that the students use to get ready for school and to go home. Use pictures alone, pictures & words, pictures & phrases, and sentences to help kids ready themselves.Include such things as classroom jobs, handing in school/home communication books, ordering lunch, saying good morning to teachers, etc. on these lists. This builds literacy, independence.

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