Likability is a key principle of SCM—because it makes building rapport effortless.
It causes students to want to listen to you, please you, and behave for you.
It helps make your consequences matter.
Being disliked, on the other hand, makes classroom management far more difficult.
It’s the reason many teachers struggle year after year, why they find themselves pleading, arguing, and bribing just to get through the day.
The problem with turning it around, however, is that it can be hard to know why your students feel the way they do.
In that spirit, what follows are seven reasons your students may dislike you.
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