It’s a misconception that if you want classroom discipline with clear boundaries then you have to be mean-spirited. In fact, old ideas of intimidation and anger are no longer effective. Students have changed and educators must change and grow as well. Guest Doug Campbell shares approaches to discipline and classroom management that anyone can use to be a better educator and perhaps an even better parent.


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About today’s guest

Doug Campbell taught high school math for 20 years in public schools in North and South Carolina. He has written two books for educators -Discipline Without Anger: A New Style of Classroom Management and Essential Tips for Classroom Success: 365 Ways to Become a Better Educator. 

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Twitter: @MrDougCampbell



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