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The Greatest Classroom Management Lesson

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Classroom management is the single most searched for topic on SuccessInTheClassroom.com. It’s a pretty important topic, especially for new and soon-to-be teachers. As an Assistant Principal, part of my job is dealing with students who have been disrespectful or defiant in a classroom. Coming to see Mr. Rangel is not a good thing most of […]

Change Your Goal – How to Keep From Getting Frustrated

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I was speaking with a teacher last week about her students. This was a teacher who was feeling a little defeated, because this year, many of her students are struggling and making poor decisions. Every year, we all have one or two students who, for one reason or another, are just extra work for the […]

10 Tips to How to Never Need the Union to Keep Your Job

10 Tips to How to Never Need the Union to Keep Your Job

When I was teaching, I always would ask myself, “If it wasn’t for the union, would I still have a job?” This question, kept me “earning” my teaching position. As an assistant principal, however, I actually find myself in this position. There really isn’t a union for me. I could be let go at any […]

How to Nail the Interview for a Teaching Position – Nail #8: Extra Tips to Impress

How to Nail the Interview for a Teaching Position – Nail #8: Extra Tips to Impress

Here is the 8th Nail in the Nail the Teacher Interview series. A few extra tips to make a good impression. By now, you’ve read the previous 7 Nails, and in doing so, you’ve prepared yourself better than 90% of the candidates that I have interviewed. The following pieces of advice should help you make […]