Teachers must do what they can to control discipline in their rooms, but you don’t have to do it alone.
Some days it seems impossible, but with a little guidance, your classroom can be (mostly) drama free.
You should endeavor to go into the classroom every day prepared to make the right decisions.
Should you write a response to areas with which you disagree including cumulative data, area of the observation, or summative report? Yes. Teachers have the right to submit a written a written response or rebuttal at the following times: After receiving a written observation summary, or ANY other written documentation associated with the teacher’s appraisal;
You know you’re going to be evaluated. If you are always prepared, you should never get caught unawares.
1. Be consistent. When you reprimand an action one day and ignore it the next, children do not know what to expect. As a result, they’ll often try it again to see if they can “get away with it.” They are also quick to see and resent the basic unfairness of inconsistency. 2. Do not
Another new school year means dusting off some of those things that you may have forgotten during the Summer.