There is a common trait among teachers who struggle with classroom management.

Not every struggling teacher has it.

The vast majority, however, do.

I’ve mentioned this trait before and its effect on giving consequences.

But the problems actually go much deeper.

So deep, in fact, that they can infect everything from motivation to listening to how well your students enjoy being in your classroom.

In most areas of life, it can be a wonderful trait—something you’d want in a best friend or primary care doctor.

But for teachers, it can create a chaotic and ill-behaved class.

The predominant teacher behavior associated with this trait…



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