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Notebook for keeping track of behavior issues - great system using mailing labels!

A Must Have Poster On Success Indicators

A Must Have Poster On Success Indicators

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handling disrespecful students

How To Handle Disrespectful Students Who Don’t Know They’re Being Disrespectful | Smart Classroom Management

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Avoid power struggles ~ Learn how to intervene and establish helpful protocol/procedures. (Blog post from A Peach for the Teach.)

Art Room 104

Corkboard Connections: Blog post and free graphic organizer for exploring the causes and effects of behavior (Created by Laura Candler and shared with permission from Thinking Maps)

Corkboard Connections: Exploring Causes and Effects of Behavior

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The "How Big Is My Problem" chart helps students identify the urgency and scale of their problems.

“I Can Keep My Body Calm” is a story targeted to students who demonstrate verbal and physical aggression. Written at a first grade level, the story breaks down for them the discrete steps required to keep a calm body and can be adapted for use with younger and older children. It includes an anchor chart as well as worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing the concept. $

School Counselor's Door

Anxiety Help Notebook.

Let's Try Some Goal Setting That Actually Works This Year

10 Video Projects Every Teacher Should Try

Coping Skills Bingo Game for Anger (2 different versions!)

FREE-- IEP snapshot! All of the important components at a quick glance!

Self Regulation Hand Out | rePinned by CamerinRoss.com

I absolutely love this! I use it to help my children learn how to calm down and regulate themselves. It helps them step into making positive choices on how to handle their feelings. Highly recommend it!

Identifying counterproductive feelings and dealing with them so work can begin

"Cool down" cube! This is where my students go to calm down. My cool down cube is equipped with a visual Velcro checklist on calming down, a weighted blanket/ vest, and a basket of social stories and picture books related to dealing with anger!

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School Counseling - Counseling - teachers - Directions and printables to create a Take A Break station which encourages children to manage and regulate their own emotions and behaviors.

Emotion chart

Instacram Bulletin Board Idea

Student Friendly Behavior Notice for Classroom Management....could list the social contract and attach instead of writing noted

Notes of Kindness Activity--Book to each group member made up of kind notes from their peers.

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