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Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish) - HeidiSongs I think this might be really good tips for working with Keagan. Classroom Behavior Management, Kids Behavior, Behavior Consequences, Classroom Behaviour, Behavior Plans, Discipline In The Classroom, Behavior Chart Toddler, Behavior Incentives, Classroom Procedures

Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish)

This post is full of my ideas for effective consequences that actually teach BETTER BEHAVIOR than simply punish a child for a discipline problem!

Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish) – . Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish) Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish) – HeidiSongs Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Kids Behavior, Behavior Consequences, Behavior Interventions, Behavior Charts, Education Reform, Elementary Education, Education Week

Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish)

Consequences That Teach Better Behavior (Instead of Punish)

>> This teacher asks students to nominate who they want to sit next to for the next week, and looks for patterns in who's nominated and who isn't to determine what supports she needs to provide to help all students feel connected in the classroom. Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Classroom Management, Teacher Resources, Behavior Management, Teacher Stuff, Classroom Behavior

Share This With All the Schools, Please

A few weeks ago, I went into Chase’s class for tutoring.I'd emailed Chase’s teacher one evening and said, “Chase keeps telling me that this stuff you’re sending home is math - ...

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Bullying Scoot Game

Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your students the difference between bullying, conflict, and a mean moment? In this scoot game, your students will travel around the room as they look at 30 scenarios and decide whether they describe bullying, conflict, or a mean moment. This activ...

Here are some tips for gently helping your angry child calm down. Plus, 8 tools they can use to calm down anywhere. Grab a printable reminder. Gentle Parenting, Parenting Advice, Kids And Parenting, Peaceful Parenting, Parenting Classes, Parenting Styles, Parenting Quotes, Coping Skills, Social Skills

Simple Calm Down Techniques For Children

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Questions to guide restorative practices. Teachers and students can use to be mediators! Middle School Counseling, School Social Work, School Counselor, Primary School, Elementary Counseling, Career Counseling, High School, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management

Time to Think: Using Restorative Questions

When challenging behavior: What happened? What were you thinking of at the time? What have you thought about since? Who has been affected by what you have done? In what way have they been affected? What do you think you need to do to make things righ...

When a Student Drops the F-Bomb: Dealing With Cursing in the Classroom. For some… When a Student Drops the F-Bomb: Dealing With Cursing in the Classroom. For some teachers, cursing in the classroom is a no-go. Others choose to accept… Continue Reading → Student Behavior, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Environment, Middle School Classroom, School Teacher, Future Classroom, Classroom Decor, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources

When a Student Drops the F-Bomb: Dealing With Cursing in the Classroom

When a Student Drops the F-Bomb: Dealing With Cursing in the Classroom. For some teachers, cursing in the classroom is a no-go. Others choose to accept it and move on. See opinions from experienced teachers on both sides. #teaching #education #careertips #classroommanagement

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MINDFULNESS BREATHING EXERCISES: Classroom Management Mindfulness Coping Skills

BREATHING EXERCISES for YOUR TRAUMA SENSITIVE CLASSROOM, CALM CORNER, DISTANCE LEARNING or HOMEThe Breathing Exercises for Kids Book, Task Cards, Mindfulness Brain Breaks and Posters is now also in Google Slides™ for distance learning social emotional learning support. These exercises will help br...

This was a great article on helping kids understand what it means to be disrespectful. - this website also has a lot of good articles for classroom management Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Character Education, School Psychology, School Counselor, School Classroom, Classroom Procedures

How To Handle Disrespectful Students Who Don't Know They're Being Disrespectful

This was a great article on helping kids understand what it means to be disrespectful.

nice teach children to resolve conflict beyond the hollow “I’m sorry,” try this simple process that Montessori teachers use. Read More by lindseyhills Montessori Education, Montessori Activities, Kids Education, Toddler Activities, Learning Activities, Montessori Theory, Education Quotes, Maria Montessori, Montessori Toddler

Montessori at home: Why we don’t force kids to say ‘I’m sorry’

How do you teach children how to really make amends, see what they did wrong and have empathy for others?