One of the most important skills for a classroom teacher to learn is how to manage classroom behavior. This is particularly tricky for leaders who are conscientious about the gospel. We know we’re not saved by our performance so creating a list of classroom rules or giving too much attention to how well behaved children are can seem harsh or legalistic. On the other hand, if a teacher doesn’t think about managing behavior at all, our classrooms can get completely out of control. This breakout provides helpful tips for classroom management, shares strategies for managing particularly disruptive or persistent negative behaviors, and reviews a few things you should NEVER do.