The Atlantic has just begun an “audio series featuring teachers reflecting on one of their most challenging students—counterbalanced by the student’s version of the same events.

What I Learned From the Student I Couldn’t Stand is the headline of the first one.

If this first one is an indication of how good future ones will be, you’ll want to listen to them all. I plan on having the teacher credential candidates in the college classes I teach listen to it – it’s an excellent review of what not to do – and what to do – for classroom management.

Here’s the nine-minute recording:

I’m adding it to Best Posts On Classroom Management.