Classroom Management for Noncompliant Students

Noncompliant students can sink even the best-made lesson plans. Oftentimes these kids are disruptive, lack motivation, and as a result, perform poorly.
However, with a little planning and knowledge, you can use some classroom management techniques to overcome those noncompliant students and bring about a more positive learning environment.
Janelle Cox, a contributing writer who also has moonlighted as an elementary teacher in Upstate New York, looks at classroom management strategies you can use to overcome noncompliant students in today’s centerpiece website article.
Janelle’s ideas include:
  • Model Positive Behaviors
  • Be an Active Listener
  • Ask Questions
  • And More!

Janelle sums up her article thusly: “No one ever said that managing noncompliant students would be easy. You have to remember that like everything in life, it will take some time and patience. However, when you implement these teaching strategies (more than one at a time is recommended), then you can change a student’s unwanted behavior.”
Do you have any classroom management tips on how to deal with noncompliant students? Please share your thoughts on the topic in the comment section. We would love to hear your thoughts.

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