It’s common for teachers to have blind spots.

—Areas they’re unaware of but have a negative impact on classroom management.

Being perceived by students as a pushover is a prime example.

They all know it.

But the teacher doesn’t have a clue.

This is a big problem because unless you’re aware of your weaknesses, you can’t address them. You’ll continue to struggle and not know why.

Pushover-ism is especially insidious because it causes animosity and makes building influential relationships virtually impossible.

What follows are six signs you may be a pushover.

1. You’re not 100% sure what behavior breaks your class…



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