2d. Managing Student Behavior

 

Proximity interference is a great management tool with 90 students in front of you.  I'm always moving about the room even during group activities, and often times  eye contact is enough to make a misbehavior stop.  Other times I'll be able to point to a problem/misbehavior and the students know what the issue is and immediately respond accordingly.  

 

 

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