Practitioner’s Corner: Four-Step Classroom Intervention

Practitioner’s Corner: Four-Step Classroom Intervention

By Mary C. Clement Principal November/December 2014 Principals know when a teacher is having difficulty with classroom management. Weak classroom management results in a chaotic environment and lower student achievement, and often brings parent complaints directly to the principal’s office. While it is easy to see the problem, it is more challenging to resolve the issue. When you need to intervene in a teacher’s classroom to improve organization and management, consider following a four-step intervention process.

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