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Finding creative resources is the easy part of being an effective teacher. Teaching is a very challenging profession. It’s very complex, with many different challenges. To become an effective teacher, you also need teaching skills and strategies to manage your class effectively. The big challenge is to do this without becoming overwhelmed by too many disruptive students, noisy and out of control students, parents who continually question your teaching, administrators who demand the impossible, information overload, limited resources and limited time.
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Here at the Busy Educator, we provide creative teaching tips and strategies for teachers to become more effective in dealing with classroom management, disruptive students, information overload and the stresses of teaching. Why don’t you take a look at one of our articles on how to teach students responsibility, motivating students and making you a more effective teacher.
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