10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Management
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.
Summer Series: Beautiful Behavior and a FREEBIE!
Today I'm linking up with Delightfully Dedicated to talk about behavior management! Make sure to check out all the other fabulous teachers that have linked up! My behavior management plan grew a lot after my first year of teaching. I learned pretty quickly what worked and what didn't work. This is what I did last year: First and foremost, I used Whole Brain teaching's classroom rules. I read the book before my first year of teaching and fell in LOVE!! Whole brain teaching has 5 class rules…
Classroom Management Makeover – Teacher Trap
Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!
Beat the Teacher: A Whole Class Incentive
Are your students being hit by spring fever? Make reviewing expectations fun with this whole class incentive!
How To Manage Students Who Are Demanding Your Attention
Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love! #classroommanagement #teaching #classroom #teacher
10 Spotify Playlists that Every Classroom Needs - Saddle Up for 2nd Grade
Hey ya’ll! Are you a Spotify user? I’m slightly obsessed with it. I’ve been a user for about 4 years and love everything about it. Spotify is a music app and computer download that allows you to create playlists of your favorite songs, download pre-made playlists made by others and browse tons of radio stations. […]
Taming the Morning Madness
Are your mornings crazy and unpredictable? It's time to settle into a morning routine that sets your students (and you!) up for success!
Say What? 5 Ways to Get Students to Listen
Edutopia blogger Rebecca Alber offers up 5 classroom strategies for helping students become better listeners.
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Have you fallen into the trap of saying “No talking!” or “I need quiet!” all day long? It’s exhausting to keep repeating your requests for silence, and after the hundredth time, kids just tune you out, anyway. There have been some great discussions about how to get students to quiet down on my Facebook page, …
For a "surprise" movement/dance when you need something to fill time. Would be easy to put in a can and have a student pick one out. Use rhythm patterns for student to clap, or sing intervals, or name tempo markings, etc.