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6 classroom management tips
01/11/2018

Challenges abound as a first-year teacher. Developing effective classroom management tips can often be trial and error until you find what works with your teaching style and students. 

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Connecting with an experienced educator in your building or finding a mentor in your department can be a great place to start. Often, these educators are already familiar with your students and can make recommendations on how best to earn trust and maintain good behavior.

Here’s an infographic outlining classroom management tips from a retired educator to get you started. If you want more information, read the full article from the National Education Association or visit SupportEd.nea.org for more articles.