18 Tips For Getting the Best Out of Your Students

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4 Responses to “18 Tips For Getting the Best Out of Your Students”

  1. wrsurya Says:

    Reblogged this on wrsurya and commented:
    how many teachers try and incorporate even half of this list in their daily meetings with students, even those not in their own classes…? 🙂

  2. CARL R D'Agostino Says:

    #9 compliment them

    Several times during the year I hand wrote letters to parents of students that applied themselves and kept at least a B average. Just a simple “I am very happy to report that Jeffery is doing very well in history class. Carl D’Agostino, teacher.” Kids really loved the ones that were sent right after Thanksgiving because that gave them a Christmas presents boost from parents. It was magical in eliminating discipline problems, encouraged others to perform better (to get a letter) and established a connection with parents that was appreciated. It was a very successful (to use contemporary reference in politics) quid pro quo.

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