Pay attention, Please!

Pay attention, please…

27 Ways To Make Sure Students Pay Attention In Class. Or second language learners. Or my son, who often isn't paying attention.

RANDOM NAME SELECTOR: This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering!  Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy!  Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting

RANDOM NAME SELECTOR: This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering! Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy! Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting---different use for technology.

These are the best!!  A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. The kids will love these!

Timers aren't just for elementary school anymore; these fun timers keep them on task! A bunch of fun timers for the classroom

"Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in class or at school.

This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities (picture only)- I can turn this into a bulletin board LOVE this idea!

ASSESSMENT IDEA: Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box.

Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group.  When you need to have one student from each table do something, you can just simply say "Green dots, come get the papers for your table." or "Orange dots, take your table's trash to the trashcan."

Three Tiny Tips: use colored dots on desks to call to the carpet, line up. green dots, come collect the paper, etc. Ooh - use dots on the desk to split students into group.

Here's a nice anchor chart for voice levels. I love the notion of "spy talk."I wonder if a hand signal or an arrow would help the kids to know what voice level they need.

Kids vs. Teachers - a behavior management technique that works like magic! I reward my students at the end of the week if they beat me.  Teacher gets point if they misbehave, they get point for following the rules.

Kids v. Teachers - a magical intervention

Estrtègia per millorar conducta aula, extrata de Challenge Kids. Teachers - a behavior management technique that works like magic!- My cooperating teacher does this and it truly works!

What a great idea for conferences~! This teacher makes a board of some handouts perfect for practicing at home, because so many times the parents want to help but aren't sure how (or don't have the materials). Brilliant!

Parent/Teacher Collaboration - A great idea for conferences or meet-the-teacher nights. The teacher makes a board of some handouts perfect for practicing at home or other resources that the parents can take home and peruse on their own time.

Corkboard Connections: Easy Differentiation with Colored Folders - Terrific guest post by Kelly Witt with three easy ways to differentiate instruction

Easy Differentiation with Colored Folders

I wonder if i could tweak this for high school.Corkboard Connections: Easy Differentiation with Colored Folders - Terrific guest post by Kelly Witt with three easy ways to differentiate instruction

Bathroom Sign Out procedures!  Easy!

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Bathroom sign out! Melamine plates that can be written on with dry erase marker and then wiped clean when the child returns. pom pom on the dry erase marker for an eraser.

Behavior Bingo - Numbers 1-100 on small cards. When students behave pull a random card. When you get a bingo, you get the predetermined prize. See her explanation for a better idea.

setting this up THIS WEEK! Large 100 chart for the classroom, class rewards when they get BINGO. Earn 1 sticker for perfect class attendance and no tardies, or for good behavior in the hallway, etc. 2 stickers for a compliment, etc.

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