I've come a long way, no doubt about that, but I look at my colleagues and think I still have a ways to go. I have never been reprimanded by admin (was actually praised for my management at my last obs), never felt like I was way in over my head or anything like that...but I still feel like I don't quite "have it." I DO have control, when push comes to shove, but it takes me longer to get them to listen or follow a direction. What helped you the most? A book? A class? A website? Something else? My biggest issue is with lining up, talking, and walking around the room. My expectation is clear - leaving your seat without raising your hand is not allowed. I use the Dojo feature for Out of Seat but I still have kids who, 7 months into the year, come up to me to ask if they can sharpen a pencil or walk over to a friend to ask to borrow a book I repeat myself an awful lot, too Tips? Insight? How can I give a direction once and see that it's followed, regardless of where we are in the building? My kids lose their focus in the halls/bathroom, especially.