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Classroom Management E-Book

Hey teacher-readers,

Have you ever thought to yourself, "Gee, I wish Education Week and Education Week Teacher would just take all of their best material on classroom management and package it into a handy e-book so that I could have it with me everywhere on my iPad, Kindle, or Nook?" Turns out we thought of that, too. And we made one.

The new e-book, cleverly titled "Classroom Management," is now available for download for $4.95. It has lots of great tips for teachers—many written by teachers—on increasing student engagement, building positive relationships, using student-led discussions, and preempting behavior problems. It also includes one of our most-read pieces from last year, entitled, "Teaching Secrets: Get to Know Students Through Seating Challenges." (We're still scratching our heads a bit on exactly why this one went viral. But turns out lots of you are looking for advice on where and how to seat students.)

Grab a copy for yourself—and, as always, let us know what you think.

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