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Tips to use with your chronic discipline problems

This is as close as it gets to a miracle solution for students' behavior problems, it's completely free, and it only takes 2 minutes a day.

Tips for teachers with a challenging class

Behavior Incentive plan plus FREE printable - BUG = Behaving Unusually Good!

READ THIS!! We all do it... so let's consciously work on NOT asking these questions. [discipline]

If your classroom is getting a bit rowdy and you want to get them back in line - this is the post to read!

Here are a bunch of free worksheets. Kids draw Unthinkables or Ryuu characters, or they invent their own. This helps them identify social skills problems and begin to work on solutions.

FREE Behavior Management form plus documenting tips. Great for RTI and parent teacher conferences.

Anxiety is common in children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. Here is a set of 32 cards for you to download and cut out to play a therapy game. The cards feature eight children with different anxiety profiles. Card users identify with the children described on the cards and increase awareness of their own anxiety issues.

Tips for students who have given up or shut down. Great blog post!

Let's Get SMART®~ If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips

One of the first things I was told as new teacher was the importance of behavior. You couldn't teach them until you had firm control of their behavior. This post has packet with behavior tips, charts, and forms. $

Conflict Resolution Tips

Cute saying to get kids listening and not playing with things while doing so. Free poster from Simply Kinder!

Standard 8: Democracy, Educational Governance and Careers in Teaching. Standard 8.5 = The teacher has demonstrated the ability to evaluate his/her own performance and access the professional development options necessary to improve that performance

Tip for teaching personal space.

Different Style of Social Behavior Mapping

Calm down trays and calm down jars

positive classroom discipline :) love it! @Kristy Sammons @Emily Ream

For kids who are easily distracted or overwhelmed by amount of work

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Selective Mutism Tips