Elementary school teachers play a key role in conveying the importance of honesty and in teaching students to take pride in their work.
Class participation is an important aspect of student learning. When students speak up, they learn to express their ideas in ways others can understand.
The Field Trip
Class trips offer unique learning experiences and allow students to experience firsthand what they are studying
Behavior problems often occur when students line up and walk through the halls. That is not the time to relax rules or lessen efforts to maintain discipline.
Homework is a frequent source of tension among teachers, students, and parents. The challenge is to encourage students to take homework seriously, and to not spend time dealing with homework stragglers.
Aggressive Incidents (Prevention)
Aggressive students can engender a climate of fear in the classroom, creating anxiety among other students and distracting them from their schoolwork
Bullying can create a climate of fear and anxiety in a school, distract students from their schoolwork, and impede their ability to learn.
With the current trend toward inclusion — placing special-education students in regular classes — educators often find themselves teaching students with problems they have little preparation for dealing with.
Behavior problems on the playground present opportunities to teach students important lessons about sportsmanship, kindness, conflict resolution, and respect for property.