Using pre-emptive approaches to classroom management

Students are often rewarded for good behavior with prizes, writes Tracey Garrett, an associate professor of teacher education. In this opinion article, Garrett offers some advice for effectively managing a classroom beyond a narrow system of rewards. She recommends teachers take pre-emptive approaches that include an organized physical environment, rules and routines, caring relationships, engaging instruction and addressing discipline issues.

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