Difficult students can be challenging for even the most seasoned and experienced of educators. They
can disrupt other student's learning and force teachers to alter their class schedule and cater to them. It does not have to be that
way, though. As an educator of any sort, there are tips, tricks and techniques you can employ to minimize or even eliminate the
In just one hour, we'll show you how you can become a more effective teacher by learning
how to prevent problems before they start. These techniques are proven to resolve unwanted behavior and help your classroom run
smoother with far less distractions. Don't let difficult students spend one more day disrupting your lassroom.
Regain your classroom and put a stop to disruptive students who set the tone for your
day. This audio conference is a great tool for anyone who has or has had a disruptive student. Sign up today!
What You'll Learn
- Define the "difficult student" — who they are and what they really need
- Determine if you're part of the problem
- Develop strategies which take the student from difficult to involved
- Decide when and how to involve others — school staff, administrators, parents and more
Who Will Benefit
Teachers, school support staff, school administrators, substitute teachers, paraprofessionals and teacher aides will all benefit from learning these techniques to negate the effects problem students have on your classroom.