Smooth Classroom Traffic


Classroom noise and disruptive behaviors are a problem that all teachers face. Control of noise and behavior can be challenging, but without appropriate classroom behavior or a too high noise level, teaching effectively is made more difficult.

There are many techniques that teachers use to control these problems and this issue of The Practical Teacher provides an effective method to encourage appropriate noise levels and classroom behavior.

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