How to respond to misbehaving students

05/15/2011 | Education Week Teacher

It's important to respond appropriately to misbehaving students, but sometimes it might be better to delay responding to bad behavior, instructional coach David Ginsburg says. He writes that, in some cases, students will stop misbehaving if they are ignored. Also, teachers should not overreact to pet peeves and it might be necessary for teachers to calm down before confronting students about bad behavior.

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