Let’s face it—you wouldn’t be reading this if your classrooms were the way you want them.
Anything you learned about classroom discipline in college you’ve probably already chucked out the window because it doesn't match the reality of your situation. I don’t blame you.
Maybe you feel guilty because your classrooms are out of control or chronically noisy, and think it is a shortcoming on your part.
You’ve been told to accomplish something without having been given the proper tools! You can't put out a forest fire with a squirt gun!
Do you know that inner-city teacher is rated one of the highest stress jobs, sometimes topping the list over Police Officer, Air Traffic Controller, and Miner?!!
You are told to keep rude students respectful, wild students calm, shouting students quiet, all while being an expert instructor and getting their skills to the next level.
But how are you supposed to accomplish this?
By having high expectations? By parent conferences? By relating to them culturally? By building relationships? By having students who misbehave form a committee and vote on how you treat them? (Yes, there are schools that do that!)
If these things worked then classroom discipline wouldn’t be the number one problem in education today and you wouldn't be reading this.
I have forged tools and techniques where there were none. I have cracked the code on every conceivable situation you may face, and I’m going to share this code with you.
I am not going to give you a few suggestions for organizing your classroom or tell you to show enthusiasm or make your lessons more engaging or say ‘be positive with the students’ or otherwise insult your intelligence with things you could figure out for yourself and that don't deal with reality.
I’m going to show you step by step how to virtually eliminate your classroom behavior problems and create an atmosphere where you spend your time in a stress-free teaching environment doing what you do best - teaching.