Classroom & Teaching
Every child deserves a caring, qualified, committed teacher.
- Teach But Don't Touch by NEA
Tips from NEA on Adult-Student Boundaries
- Educator Sexual Misconduct by the U.S. Department of Education
Tips from the U.S. Department of Education on How to Avoid Trouble
- Trying to be the "cool" teacher with students
Tips from The SCEA on Risky Teaching Styles
- SC Code of Conduct for Educators
State Board of Regulation 43-58
- Discipline - Order in the Classroom!
Need help with discipline? Here are some ideas that work.
- A Quality Teacher Is a Caring Teacher
Showing students you care about them helps create a positive relationship and a supportive learning environment.
- Can't Stop Talking
Did you know that talking and socializing are not only normal, but also healthy? Through talking and socializing, young adolescents project the social and developmental issues they are experiencing.
- Acting Out
An elementary school in Michigan has instituted a “virtues program” that uses in-class activities and school-wide assemblies to make talking about good behavior fun.
- All Aboard!
A New Jersey bus driver shows a firm but caring attitude toward the students on her route.
- Addressing Rude Behavior
Researchers agree that there are three essential aspects of teaching social skills: modeling, direct instruction, and practice. Here are some examples of educators using these three methods.