As we have talked about this month, managing staff can be tricky. We want to create an environment that promotes respect, rapport, and positive learning for our students. A big obstacle to this can be appropriate cell phone use. If the cell phone is out, you likely aren’t taking data, implementing behavior plans, or interacting with the students. In the first episode of our Mini Training Series, learn my 5 tips on how to create boundaries for appropriate cell phone use in the classroom.
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