We are having issues with students being disrespectful to teachers when given directives at my school. A lot of teachers are sending students right to the office each day, but not really being proactive to help the situations. . I was approached to make a video for teachers to help them get a better understanding on how to handle these situations and what they could possibly do to prevent blow ups and outbursts from happening. What would you say are the biggest tips to tell teachers? This would be to tell what measures they can take before in order to eliminate issues. We have a lot of new teachers right out of college. Here is my list... 1) Teach and model classroom rules, expectations, and procedures 2) Be consistent and deliver appropriate consequences--(I want to say something about staying calm??) 3) Get to know your students 4) Provide meaningful, engaging personalized learning experiences 5) Communicate with parents--the good and the bad What else could I address? What do you think helps with keeping a respectful environment? Thanks!!