Seven secrets for getting the attention of misbehaving students

January 2001
Curriculum Review;Jan2001, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p6
Offers tips for teachers on how to get the attention of misbehaving students. Eye contact with the misbehaving student; Use of a variety of gestures that students know well; Walking over and standing by the disruptive student.


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