In one of my classes, a tall boy stood up in the middle of my Science class, looked me straight in the eye, and said “You can’t boss me.” He refused to sit down. Within seconds his classmates were on his side, refusing to follow my instructions.
The next year I found myself transferred to another school, which was much tougher than the one I had left.
My assignment also changed. I was now teaching French as a second language to 7 classes of 12 year old students every day.
I taught every 12 year in the small village where I lived. Students and parents knew where I lived, where I shopped, what I did.
The next two years were dominated by confrontations with aggressive, unmotivated and miserable students.
My students were dismissed by the bell, not by me. As soon as the bell rang, they took off out of my classroom in an unruly mob, ignoring my feeble attempts to tell them what was for homework. I then spent valuable time straightening all the desks and chairs back into rows.
After only 4 years of teaching, I wanted to leave. I was burned out, stressed out and emotionally exhausted.
I didn’t want to ask for help. I didn’t know where to turn. I didn’t know what to do.
Ten years later the entire school staff, student body and parents came to an assembly to see me receive The Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics, Science and Technology.
I can help you achieve fantastic results in just 7 days from now when you use our Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom teaching program.
I want you to be able to listen to the audio, read the lessons in one sitting, and then immediately USE the information in your classes the very next day.
The secret to creating your ideal classroom (Once you master this technique, other teachers will beg you for your secret) (page 11)
The best way to keep your unmotivated students engaged and on task with these 4 strategies (It’s tough keeping students focused all day. These strategies teach you how) (page 82)
The proven technique to finding enough time in the day to get everything that needs to be done in the curriculum, while making sure you have a life outside of the classroom. (This one tip will save you hours each week) (page 75)
18 examples on how to keep the rest of the class learning andworking while you work with a small group (Just imagine what your administrators will think when they see your classroom) (page 93)
Exactly how to eliminate misbehaviors (This allows you to teach in a stress free environment making you a relaxed and happy teacher) (page 61)
The secrets to individualizing instruction (If you don’t do this, students will misbehave, not listen to you and refuse to work) (page 90)
15 ways on how to change behavior using this simple method (You...