Classroom and Behaviour Management

Ideas, strategies, resources and research on managing behaviours in the classroom.
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Innovating Classroom Management Strategies: From Theory to Practice
"Transform your teaching with 'Innovating Classroom Management Strategies: From Theory to Practice'! 🍎✨ Dive into our latest blog post for some handy techniques that bridge the gap between educational theory and practical application in classroom management.
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7 Tips for Your Calm Down Corner
Check out this blog post on why a calm down corner is a must have and some tips for getting started! Having a calm down corner kit in your classroom is a great way to provide students with a safe space to regulate and manage emotions with a set of tools and strategies. A calm down corner can reduce unwanted behaviors. This social emotional learning tool offers students practice with self regulation, mindfulness, self awareness, relationship skills, and more!
Most students prefer special privileges and experiences over extrinsic rewards (physical rewards). Students are more likely to enjoy school with fun daily opportunities and routines rather than to earn “things.” Read more for some ideas to inspire your students to learn! Teacher Resources, Positive Classroom Management, Creative Teaching, Teacher Hacks, Homework Incentives, Teaching Strategies, Middle School Enrichment
Inspiring Motivation in Your Classroom
Most students prefer special privileges and experiences over extrinsic rewards (physical rewards). Students are more likely to enjoy school with fun daily opportunities and routines rather than to earn “things.” Read more for some ideas to inspire your students to learn!
Calm Activity Book With 100 Exercises Teachers, Parents Can Use With Kids - Both Digital and Print
Teacher Tips - Challenging Student Behaviors in the Classroom
Attention Teachers! Are you struggling with challenging student behaviors in your classroom? Check out our latest blog post, "Teacher Tips - Challenging Student Behaviors in the Classroom," where we share practical strategies to help you manage difficult behaviors and create a positive learning environment. Click through to discover tips and tricks for dealing with students who have poor behaviors and learn how to create a classroom that is conducive to learning. #teach
One of the challenges of behavior management in the classroom is when a child refuses to work. In this post are tips and examples of what worked for me when I was teaching. School Psychology, School Counsellor, Organisation, School Counselor
Truth For Teachers - What to do in the middle of your lesson when a student refuses to work
One of the challenges of behavior management in the classroom is when a child refuses to work. In this post are tips and examples of what worked for me when I was teaching.
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Brag Bracelets
Brag bracelets provide a fast and easy form of positive reinforcement for students’ behavior and academic effort in school. This immediate award is a positive boost reminding students of their worth. You can use them throughout the school year to encourage students to apply their best work ethic while boosting self-esteem. #Editable #ClassroomManagement #GrowthMindset #BragBracelets #BackToSchool #Tpt #PurposefulPlans #TeachersPayTeachers
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How to Help Kids With Self-Regulation: 30 Games and Activities - The Inspired Treehouse
the cover of how to fix a talkative class by smart classroom management, inc
How To Fix A Talkative Class Smart Classroom Management
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What to Say to an Upset Child
how to handle six disrespectful students in one class smart classroom management
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Getting Students to Listen and Follow Directions
Getting students to listen doesn't always have to be a challenge when you apply these ideas and a little consistency. Check out these ideas to get started!