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Getting Control of a Difficult Class- a MUST READ for any teacher at the end of his or her rope! #classroom management

Getting Control of a VERY DIFFICULT CLASS

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be a "four star participant" - excellent tool to use during small group instruction!

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Blurt Chart Freebie!

Blurt Chart Freebie!

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OMGosh! Excellent video on keeping voices down in the classroom. This guy is stinkin hilarious! Could use this one when teaching sing/speak/whisper/shout

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What happens when you remove the hippocampus? - Sam Kean

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Smooth Sailing into a New School Year: How to Teach Classroom Procedures and Routines

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30 classroom procedures for EVERY teacher

30 Most Important Classroom Procedures

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Uh-Oh! Work Progress Notes FREE

Uh-Oh! Work Progress Notes

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Chit~Chat Chart...OH YES! Everytime someone talks while teacher talks they pull a square, after 3 your out for a time during recess. I SO NEED TO START THIS!!!

Kindergarten Rocks!: Chit~Chat Chart...OH YES!

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Classroom Management Tips for First-Year Teachers | Teach 4 the Heart

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Sick of asking your students to stop talking and them forgetting their homework? Here's an idea that could help...

Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Accountability Buddies

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NOISE system to control noise levels in your classroom - maybe change mine to take time off recess instead of staying after school

Fifth in the Middle: A Peek into My Classroom (and Freebies)

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An idea to promote kindness in the classroom

Kindness Seeds: Day 7: Student Shout Outs

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Idea for helping students work during collaborative group time.

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Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, the class is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

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I would use this for students who finish quickly and miss a lot of problems

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ClassDojo Stories: PBIS and decoration ideas...wonder how I could change this to work for my class.

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Shut the Door and Teach: New Classroom Organizational Tricks: What is Working After 1 Month

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Cooperative Group Expectations

Group Expectations Bulletin Board Set

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"I’ll pass out two or three poker chips to every student. As we begin the discussion I ask each student to give me back a chip each time they answer a question. Rapidly the talking students use up their chips. Since they can no longer speak in the class it leaves the non-talking students to answer the remaining questions."Great idea, maybe use something other then poker chips for the little ones :)

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Chit chat chart- pull a square off the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. If all 3 are pulled, child loses time at recess...............good for a chatty class!!

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Before each lesson I pick a Mystery Student to watch for. They don’t know who I am “watching” out for. Sometimes during a lesson I say, "Wow! I wonder if my Mystery Student is totally on task!" All of a sudden, I have 15 pairs of eyes on me. If the Mystery Student follows the “rules” they receive a reward of some kind. If the Mystery Student does not follow the rules - a brief, vague discussion is had with the whole group about what we should be working on to earn "Mystery Student". Fun and easy

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Student Self Assessment with Colors - Accountable Talk Required. Networking with other students.

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Engaged students pay attention!!! YES!

Pay attention, please...

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Show your SWAG: a fun way to get students ready for learning

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