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Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student, have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation. I like this because it lets them think of alternatives rather than just apologizing and moving on. It also is a communication to the parents about behavior!!

Teachers Pay Teachersfrom Teachers Pay Teachers

Pick up my pencil and write my name anchor chart {FREEBIE}

Write my name 1st

Wow! This teacher has a lot going on. She's got her blog Splats, Scraps, and Glue Blobs, plus she keeps up her website Art with Mrs. G. You can view hundreds of projects, access powerpoints, templates, lesson ideas. She is wonderful!

For elementary art. Rules that are simple with picture illustrations. I made this using photoshop and blended a few different ideas I've seen with my own ideas about classroom expectations.

Ms. Truong's Elementary Art Classfrom Ms. Truong's Elementary Art Class

Classroom Management

From my own classroom: When you leave (art classroom). A reminder of what to do...

Ms Maggie Mo's white board for still life with pattern & contrast 4th grade lesson: expectations, goals. My principals were thrilled by this.

"This is why interactive lessons/indirect teaching can be so much more effective than direct teaching." Would be awesome to hang in the classroom somewhere, even if just for the teacher to see.

Beyond Traditional Mathfrom Beyond Traditional Math

Intentionally Make Mistakes as a Learning Tool

Intentionally Make Mistakes as a Learning Tool (Blog Post): I think the best mathematicians are the people who are the very best at analyzing their mistakes. Students who struggle have a harder time, so we play a short game each morning called "What's my mistake?"