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  • Laney Hofer

    Stop what you're doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom. Originally pinned by Emily @ I Love My Classroom onto Classroom Ideas

  • Tiffany Krueger

    Stop what you’re doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom. Great idea for classroom management without disrupting the whole class! ********This could also work at home***********

  • Svenja Cannon

    In my future classroom, this would be an easy and effective way to deal with misbehavior. All I would have to do is walk over and place this on my student's desk to help them realize that they are misbehaving. I could even do this while I was teaching a lesson, since I wouldn't have to stop talking to give the student a warning. Once again this system would have to be set up at the beginning of the school year, but I think it could be effective.

  • Hannah Padilla

    Behavior Management Techinique: Stop signs to remind students - "Please stop what you are doing and make a better choice" behavior reminders to place on student desks when needed. Includes a link to print these out. -- Take them away when they do something good. Whoever didn't get one that day or doesn't have one at the end could get a positive behavior incentive. I know I teach high school, but some days, I wonder!

  • Erin Potter Matthews

    Classroom management - better choice

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