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The Art of Classroom Management

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On September 3, 2013, Education Week began a three-part PD webinar series on the topic of classroom management. As most of the teachers who read this blog know, classroom management—the ability to create a purposeful and supportive learning environment—is a central element of effective teaching.

Yet for many of us, both new and experienced, it can be a daily struggle. This brand new special professional development webinar series aims to help. In it, a stellar lineup of educators—including Rafe Esquith and Doug Lemov—will discuss their secrets for creating order and engagement in their classrooms and offer solutions for fine-tuning your own practices as well as deepening your understanding of student behavior.

While you can catch the September 3rd webinar with guest from the New Teachers Center on demand now, this coming Tuesday, you can hear from and interact live with Rafe Esquith, September 10, from 4 to 5 p.m. ET, about creating an atmosphere of consistency and energetic purpose in your classroom. And on September 17, from 3 to 4 p.m., join Doug Lemov to discover new ways to make the classroom a more productive space.

Find out all the "need to know" information about this webinar series in this Storify link below:

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