You’re not alone. The problem affects teachers of students from all socioeconomic classes.
Watch this one-minute video from Dr. Ruby K. Payne to learn how problems with emotions, self-worth, and body issues can cause students to go from teacher’s pet one day to teacher’s problem the next.
Whether they’re under-resourced or wealthy, students act out in the most surprising ways. In her new book, Emotional Poverty in All Demographics: How to Reduce Anger, Anxiety, and Violence in the Classroom, Dr. Payne gets to the heart of the matter. She explains the origins of anger, anxiety, and avoidance and offers solutions for decreasing classroom disruptions and violence.
Order Emotional Poverty now and receive the book in July. This is essential reading for every educator and will make a real difference in your classroom management next year.