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<p>While we always want to hold students accountable for their behavior, many of the CM issues we face in our daily lives stem from the need for more effective classroom environments. Prevention, rather than reaction, is a powerful idea where student behavior is concerned.</p><p>Just what does an effective learning environment look like? The author lists 10 characteristics for every teacher to try and create.&nbsp;</p>

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  • Language Arts > General
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  • Education > Classroom Management
  • Education > Teaching Techniques/Best Practices

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Keywords:

classroom management effective learning success

Language:

English

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