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October 04, 2010

Survey: British Teachers Struggling With Student Behavior, Too

A new survey making news in England has found that fully 70 percent of British teachers have contemplated quitting because of student-behavior problems. Conducted by a coalition of organizations that includes the National Union of Teachers, the survey also shows more than 90 percent of the 350 teac...

September 29, 2010

Middle School Increases Class Sizes, College Style

A Texas middle school has modeled their classrooms after colleges, replacing a traditional one-teacher class with large, 75-student lecture courses being taught by between five and nine teachers.

September 28, 2010

Can 'Superman' Save Teachers?

Can the controversial new education documentary elevate the arguments around teaching?

September 07, 2010

Phone Home

NYC Educator reprints his time-honored advice to new teachers on classroom management: The best trick, and it's not much of a trick at all, is frequent home contact. It's true that not all parents will be helpful, but I've found most of them to be. When kids know reports of their classroom behavi...

May 20, 2010

The Tao of Classroom Management

Ariel Sacks, on the advice of a yoga teacher, has taken to practicing mindfulness in the classroom. It's interesting stuff: When we take the time to notice things, we are creating an opportunity for ourselves to illuminate the choices we make on a regular basis, some of which we may not even be aw...

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