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Classroom Management

"You show me a teacher who doesn't almost lose his or her mind sometimes and I'll show you a teacher whose not trying." -Boston Public

The "How Big Is My Problem" chart helps students identify the urgency and scale of their problems. - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

What if? To start the year to introduce how to be self managers when the teacher is working with small groups.

The What If Anchor Chart - Kathy Griffins Teaching Strategies

Visual schedule- When task is completed, the pill box is opened for a small reward!

Visual Schedules Part 2: Pill Box & Reward Tool

The ABCs of student learning - every teacher should have a copy!

behavior board. When students do something good, pull out a stick with a number on it (1-100). When 10 numbers in a row are colored in, students get a party!

Understanding Friendship at Every Grade Level

Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with dry erase marker. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

Pinner said: After my students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes, I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark (and I usually put one or two one if they indent a paragraph). Great mystery motivator too- they won't know what days you'll leave skittles