Eric Cook explores how middle school students are different from upper school students and how they should be treated in light of their differences.

How do middle school students need to be treated different than lower/upper school students? How are their minds developing and does it effect your teaching? What should you do with the difficult students (the rebellious student, the class clown, the shy students who won’t speak up, the dead class that won’t engage in discussion, etc.)?

Eric Cook

Middle and Upper School Head, Faith Christian School, Roanoke, VA

Prior to his current role, Mr. Cook served for two years as an assistant principal at a large middle school in Cincinnati, OH. (2008)

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