Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!
Corkboard Connections is a blog written by Laura Candler who enjoys connecting terrific teachers with amazing resources!
A few days ago, I went to pick up the kids from lunch and walked in as one of the amazing women from the lunch staff was having a serious ...
Own Your Learning
We've had the students focus on positive self-talk this year, and maintaining a positive attitude toward new or challenging learning situati...
"I have buckets that I have transformed into seating for students that chose to work in there (great for ADHD and Autistic students)" Love this!
13 Tips for a Talkative Class - teachtrainlove.com
I LOVE my class this year. Diverse. Capable. Sweet. Unique. Enthusiastic. Energetic. Hard-working. Funny. Lovable. These are some of the words that come to mind when I think of my first graders. But one more word that also comes to mind is...chatty. Very chatty. We are a 'work in progress' with this. And thank goodness, we are continuing to improve each week. :-) Now, don't get me wrong, I believe a classroom should be FULL of rich, collaborative dialogue. Student discussion is vital, and…
7 Reasons why I use a Behavior Notebook in my Classroom - Savvy Scaffolds
A behavior notebook is a whole-class management technique for recording classroom misbehavior that integrates student reflection & ownership. It can quickly be implemented with any existing rules and discipline plan, and is used as an alternative to other methods such as a clip chart, card system, or writing names on the board. Each student …
instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules"....idea for work next year :)
All About RESPECT
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Classroom Management – You Only Need Two Rules
I had a conversation recently with a colleague, and we agreed that in order to have a classroom with fewer behavior problems, all teachers have to do is enforce two rules: respect yourself and resp…
One of our jobs as teachers is to teach organization. If you have a student who is really struggling, use a copy paper box top as a drawer. It's genius and it works!
Growth Mindset BUNDLE for Teens: Social Emotional Learning + DIGITAL
Growth Mindset MEGA bundle- Includes two (2) bulletin boards, growth mindset portfolio, growth journal, and bell ringers for teens**As of June 22, 2020, there is a DIGITAL version of the Growth Mindset Portfolio AND Growth Journal included in this resource. It is compatible with Google Slides + Goo...
Teach Responsibility in the Elementary Classroom
Teach responsibility in your elementary classroom through the use of anchor charts. Continue refining what responsibility means to your students all year.
2nd Grade Sandcastle
I saw this online today, and fell in love! I'm not sure who the original writer is to give them credit, but here ya go! If you know, let me know :) I'm going to frame it and hang it in my classroom!