Monday, February 29, 2016

Tips for Handling Difficult and Disruptive Students/SEI

I'm reading, Tips for Handling Difficult and Disruptive Students, a 6-page PDF document by Special Education Institute (SEI). There is plenty of advice here, including: why students misbehave, different techniques for younger and older students, keeping control of the classroom and more. You will also find links for other articles, white papers and webinars. Interesting and informative. Check it out here.

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1 comment:

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