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14. Crazy Things I’ve Done for Classroom Management by Lori Rice
Some days it feels like we are running a zoo. I find myself saying things like, “Well, you can tell the weather is going to change. The kids sure were off the wall today.” Sometimes sentences escape my mouth that I never imagined would be created. Every teacher, from novice to seasoned, needs a little creative classroom management in their classroom now and then.
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