No matter how hard a teacher tries, there will always be those kids who act out in class. You know the ones: they don't pay attention, shout disruptive things, and take part in other miscellaneous buffoonery. Calmly reasoning with them only goes so far—and the same goes for your nerves. It can be tempting to put your foot down, but according to a 2016 study, you shouldn't. Kids behave best when they feel a sense of control.
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