10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Managment: If you are having classroom management problems, take a look at this article, which explains what NOT to do, and the more effective practices you should try instead.
A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day. Click to find out more!
Classroom rewards don’t have to cost a lot of money Reward coupons for the classroom focus on rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special. Forget prizes! Throw away that treasure box! Students will thrive on the positivity and choices these coupons bring to your classroom. Revolutionize your classroom management with reward coupons that actually motivate your students and teach them the power of intrinsic motivation! Your students will love the variety of choices, and you wil
Team Tallies is a whole class behavior management system that focuses on positive behaviors and teamwork. Simple to implement and extremely EFFECTIVE! Click to find out more about how you can bring this program to your classroom.
For the Kid Who Blurts Out Talkin Token behavior intervention: Give a student 1-3 tokens during a whole class discussion. Each time the student participates (or blurts out) they hand over a token. Once they're out, they're out! If they are doing exception
Are your students forgetting your routines or asking a zillion questions? Mine were! Until I tried this... Question Board! Classroom management for too many questions (Free- consider it a gift from my sanity to yours ;) )
Looking for ways to incorporate music in the classroom? This post is full of great ideas for songs, playlists, and ways to integrate music into your daily teaching routines. Whether to help with classroom management and transitions, or just for fun, this has you covered!
I saw this wonderful idea in pInterest. It caught my attention as a nice straightforward, stand alone solution to behavior management. I am very interested to know how you would use this in class. It looks a great idea, but I would like some input from someone who has used this successfully or indeed unsuccessfully.