Four Strategies for Managing Unmanageable Students in The Classroom
Rae Pica with Sheryl K. Pruitt, M.Ed, Ross W. Greene, Ph.D.
You know the student we’re talking about. Yes, the one who regularly makes you want to consider a new career. Dealing with difficult students has always been a part of teaching, but with all the new demands, many teachers are feeling more challenged in this area than ever before. Our guests offer proven strategies that can make a difference immediately.
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