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they need to put this on every stop sign and maybe people would start doing it
How to Get Your B**t in Gear this Weekend stop making excuses
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Stop making excuses!! This is mymotto for working out in 2012!
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‘Classroom Management’ anchor chart. Great for teaching the kids the respectful behavior you expect in the classroom
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Social skills respect anchor chart
Respect anchor chart: first week of school activity.
2nd grade Respect lesson character education
‘CMP Classroom Management’ anchor chart. Great for teaching the kids the respectful behavior you expect in the classroom
Teaching respect lesson idea--might have to do this on the first day of school
SAMPLE LESSON - PBIS Lunchroom Expectations
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sample BOOSTER video love the idea of making booster videos
Should cricut these to the lunch serving cart
SAMPLE LESSON - PBIS Lunchroom Expectations...have kids take turns modeling behavior in video!
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"Teacher humor - Positive Reinforcement" Funny!
"Teacher humor - Positive Reinforcement" Made me laugh so hard!
Education Cartoon 6481: I like how Bonnie’s not stepping on my last nerve.
Classroom Management: Positive Reinforcement
be a leader, not a boss
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Wowza, from my experience as an actual boss-lady, this is some really great advice and true words anyone in or considering going into management should truly live by if you want to be respected by your peers and those you supervise. True story. Telling people what to do might look great in movies but actually being respected and LIKED by your people is a gift and takes work, compassion and a genuine interest and care for their wellbeing. And the reward is respect and its a wonderful feeling ❤️
Gotta remember this - If I'm ever a someone's boss(leader!)
Inspirations and thoughts
Be A #Leader, Not A #Boss! @10MillionMiler #quotes #leadership #management #inspiration RT @larrykim @belen_frau
rules of engagement for leading: like a boss....
this should be posted more around work places.
Types of Bullying
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There are different types of bullying! Verbal - name calling to gossiping Non verbal - such texting, emails Emotional - threatening/intimidating Exclusion - ignoring Racial - race Physical - sexual, hitting On line - cyber, mobile, social network Bullying can take many forms so it is important that all individuals working with children are aware of the bullying policy and aware of the indicator/signs. S Uresh
Bullying #types #bullying #prevention #kids #social #health
If you claim to know Jesus Christ as your Savior and you shun, avoid, exclude, spurn or ignore people who are different...repent, or better yet, examine yourself to see if you're in the faith. "The one who does not love does not know God, for God is love." 1 John 4:8
I swear more adults have been bullying and its so pathetic! Grow up get a life and stop doing things just to hurt other people!!!!!!! No one wants to read your rude statuses enjoy ur life and get out of theirs if u dont like them there is no need in bullying! U arent better then anyone
Bullying Types Poster: Physical, social, verbal and cyber
Redirecting off-task behavior without slowing down your lesson
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Such great ideas for re-directing off task behaviours before they escalate...
stopping students from interrupting with non verbal clues
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Teach Like a Champion (Setting and Maintaining High Behavioral Expectations) Technique 38 - Strong Voice: Kindergarten Example
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Try this interactive, online tool with kids to teach conflict resolution
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"Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along" I LOVE this website! i use it every year at during the first weeks of school. Kids use the "think and share" method all year long to solve problems! It works!! LOVE IT!
Bravo! //Try this interactive, online tool with kids to teach conflict resolution – "Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along"
Welcome to the Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along conflict resolution website - This website is designed to help teach children and youth how to better manage conflicts and challenges they face on a daily basis.
"Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along" I LOVE this website! It's a great way for a student to walk through how to handle when they feel upset and how their choices affect others.
nice illustrated poster
3 Ways for Kids to Deal With Conflict Resolution. Parents can discuss different scenarios with kids and discuss which choice is best.
BRILLIANT! During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!
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During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task or not in the target language. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers. You could also punch holes when kids use the TL as positive reinforcement.
Interesting idea, good visual for kids? Punch holes in the papers of students who are off-task during group work. Gives you a reminder when assigning participation grades later without having to stop and make a note of the issue.
Classroom Management BRILLIANT! During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!
During activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers! Another idea: use the punch for knowing who was finished early to allow for differentiation ideas. (I like using the punch to reward kids who are on task or exceptional.)
During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task or not in the target language. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers!... I can see the look on their faces now when I walk around with the hole puncher!
Download the poster. #bullying
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Ways That Being a Bystander Shows You Agree With a Bully. Encourage kids to speak up for bullying targets not to be a bystander! quotes. wisdom. advice. life lessons.
Bullying lessons. See more at : www.catfishnet.com. #bullyinglessons #Catfishnet.
Classroom posters: Anti bullying posters to download
Printable Bullying Posters. How to stand up to bullies, what being a bystander means
Daniel Pink makes a strong argument that persuading others is a major part of being an educator. Find out what evidence-based strategies he suggests.
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When our children misbehave it can be very frustrating. Step away and take some deep relaxing breathes. Once you are calm then you can approach your child and discuss their conflict. Ask them about how they are feeling and what caused the problem. Most important is that you listen to them, don’t judge and respect their feelings. #parenting #quotes
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Pam Leo quote
You can't teach children to behave by making them feel worse. When children feel better, they behave better.
“I Can Do It!” Teaching social skills with new words and behaviors #Bloom
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Teaching kids I CAN DO IT!
Social Skills - can be adapted for high school
I can do it: help kids make choices to do good behaviors
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Helping children communicate @Kidlutions #ParentingTips via @DrLynneKenney
Be a leader, not a boss.
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Be a leader, not a boss. Great for group work.
Be a leader, not a boss. Teaching kids by example...
Leadership Poster. I love the ideas on this post and need to implement them with my kids. I'm NOT their boss, I'm their leader! You can buy the poster if you follow the link.
Rules and behavior tracking - love the top 5 checklist. Definitely have to use that in my room!
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Rules and behavior tracking - Love this!!! Top 5 (other classroom ideas too!)
Teachers at my school have this and it works wonders! Upper grade classroom management
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Super easy classroom management tool! No more treasure box! Use a pocket chart to display behavior reward cards. Easy to grab and reward when a student earns one! $$ These are from Jason's Online Classroom and they come with bonus point cards, classroom rewards punch cards AND classroom activity reward cards! www.teacherspayte...
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Class reward ideas
FREE Classroom Rewards Ideas
Conflict resolution Free!
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Classroom management ideas: FREE Conflict resolution posters.
Conflict resolution ~Freebie
Conflict resolution - for kids. Just change a couple of words to make it work for home
A great poster to teach students to resolve conflicts
I Didn't Know I Was a Bully | | Research Press A fun story and relevant lessons on bullying behaviors!
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I Didn't Know I Was a Bully | | Research Press A fun story and relevant lessons on bullying behaviors! @pinksquirrell90 Thanks for sharing!
BULLYING PREVENTION I like this book because it addresses the bullies that are in your class or can be used with the school counselor. Bullying Prevention:Relational Aggression School Counselor I didn't know I was a bully
Many kids might not know they are bullying. That is why education is so important. Know the signs of bullying. You might just learn something about yourself.
My Choices Today...note home to parents I really like this! make the student have accountability for their actions!
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My Choices Today - great behavior contract.
My Choices Today...note home to parents, increase student accountability
Classroom Management: My Choices Today...note home to parents I really like this! make the student have accountability for their actions!
My Choices Today behavior management note
My Choices Today...note home to parents Make the student have accountability for their actions! I would add positive choices on the same list and if on a behavior plan have them check what they did do to reinforce the positive behavior choices.
List of social skills along with specific strategies for teaching those skills
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Discuss the Need for Social Skills Before you can help students improve their social skills, they need to understand why these skills are important. You might have students Roundrobin problems they've experienced in cooperative learning teams. Then point out that most of these problems are caused by poor "social skills," sometimes known as "people skills." Share with them that even adults need to work on their social skills from time to time! Have them brainstorm lists of social skills to work on throughout the year. You might offer a few suggestions from the list on the right to get them started. 2. Select a Social Skill When teaching social skills, it's best to focus on just one skill at a time. You can choose the skill, or you can let your class decide which skill they need to work on first. I generally start by teaching the skill of Praising, and along with that I reinforce the idea that I will not permit "put down" comments. Select just one skill as your focus. You might want to work on a different skill each week, perhaps even creating a Skill of the Week bulletin board. 3. Teach the Skill This step is not as obvious as it might seem. It's not enough to say, "Be nice!" You have to help students identify exactly what they need to do and say in order to improve the identified social skill. For this part of the lesson, I use the T-chart shown at right. (A blackline master of the Social Skill T-chart can be found in the File Cabinet.) You can make a laminated poster for your bulletin board or create a transparency to use on the overhead projector. Write the social skill in the box at the top. Then ask members of the class to Brainstorm what students should do and say when they are demonstrating the social skill. The things that they DO are listed in the Looks Like column because this is what the skill looks like to others when it is demonstrated. The things they SAY are listed in the Sounds Like column because this is what the skill sounds like to others. T-Chart An excellent video called Time for School is available from a company called Model Me Kids that shows students exactly how to perform a particular social skill. The video is most appropriate for younger students or students with special needs, but teachers may be interested in viewing the video to see how social skills can be broken down into steps and taught. Model Me Kids started out with this one video and has now grown into a company that offers a variety of videos for kids who have difficulty with social skills. Students could complete the Sounds Like-Looks Like T-chart after watching the video. Examples for the skill of Praising: Looks Like: Thumbs up, Clapping, Smiling Sounds Like: Terrific! I knew you could do it! You're so smart! Way to go! I like the way you... 4. Practice the Skill After you discuss what the skill Looks Like and Sounds Like, you need to provide an immediate opportunity for practicing the skill. The best way to do this is to plan a structured cooperative learning activity to follow the social skills lesson. For example, if you taught Active Listening as the social skill, you might follow up with a simple Roundrobin activity. Roundrobin would be an ideal choice because each person takes a turn responding to a question, and everyone else should be listening actively to their response. A structure like Line Ups would not work as well because students are not as verbal during Line Ups. Here a a few suggestions for social skills and corresponding structures: Social Skills Structures for Practice* Active Listening Roundrobin, Think-Pair-Share, Mix-Freeze-Pair Praising Rallytable, Roundtable, Pairs Check, Showdown Taking Turns Rallytable, Pairs Check, Roundtable Using Quiet Voices Think-Pair-Share, Numbered Heads Together, Showdown Staying on Task Rallytable, Roundtable, Pairs Check, Showdown, Mix-N-Match Helping or Coaching Rallytable, Pairs Check, Showdown, Mix-N-Match Using Names Mix-N-Match, Mix-Freeze-Pair, Showdown * For more information about these Structures, check out Dr. Spencer Kagan's book Cooperative Learning. There's an entire chapter on social skill development. 5. Pause and Reflect Sometime during the structured practice activity, use your quiet signal to stop the class. Ask them to think about how well they have been using the social skill. If you have observed teams or individuals doing a good job with the skill, share your observations with the class. Challenge students to continue to work on their use of the social skill as they complete the activity. Refer to the posted social skills T-chart if students have forgotten what the skill Looks Like and Sounds Like. 6. Review and Reflect
List of social skills along with specific strategies for teaching those skills - So important when using cooperative learning strategies!
Social skills how-to teach...also under strategies, classroom management, whole class strategies----behavior reflection form with good content, needs a little tweeking
Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective?
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Mystery Envelop! Elementary Teacher Resources, Issue #046 - Behavior Modification
Elementary Teacher Resources, Issue #046 - Behavior Modification. I wish I had known about these while student teaching.
Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! This is brilliant! // several other good behavior management tips on this page as well!
Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! Lots of good ideas for classroom management!!
For a student that needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! Other great behavior ideas
List of over 60 coping skills
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emotional regulation. list of over 60 coping skills. art therapy activities
Struggling to manage overwhelming thoughts feelings and/or compulsions? Keep adding more tools to your toolbox that work for you. Over 60 coping skill ideas
List of over 60 coping skills-- Amazingly useful information for all school counseling aspects
I love this. It seems like everywhere I go on the internet there's yet another list or something about introversion like its a special gift and extroverts are incapable of understanding. I'm glad someone finally addressed that perhaps there are things introverts might need to know about their counterparts.
introverts & extroverts