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Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher Or ways to group people for ice breakers

Hand Signal - Classroom Management. I really like this management style! Great way to stop classroom interruptions.

This works so well :) Hand Signal - Classroom Management. I really like this management style! Great way to stop classroom interruptions.

Lots of good behavioral graphics. Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

What is a Visual Reminder? A visual reminder is similar to a visual schedule in that it is an easy and cost-effective visual representation utilized to aid children with FASD with their memory.

Free Rewards & PBIS: instead of teacher cleans your desk.... Teacher cleans/organizes your locker!

Great FREE rewards for PBIS/classroom behavior management from Create.: Free Rewards & PBIS---make then use half of hero ticket as tickets

There are things that come easy for some, while others have to work twice as hard in order to succeed! When we confuse fairness with equality we marginalize and victimize the very students who need us most. Life isn’t fair! Quit whining, move forward and get over it!! Achieve success with your talents and stop comparing yourself to others.

Fair Is..

Fair isn't everybody getting the same thing. we went over this in my disabilities classes and it's so true. I love that I found this because I forgot the exact quote.

Class Promise

Put on poster have kids sign it like a contract, display in class! instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules".idea for work next year :)

Instead of "I Don't Know", here are some ideas you can teach your kiddos!

Instead of making an "I don't know." poster, I should make a "I don't understand" poster to stop my students from interrupting my class instead of asking good questions

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