Why Most Difficult Students Just Need Good Classroom Management - Smart Classroom Management
During the first week back to school, my students learn about data and graphing basics with this Data Desk activity. #projectbasedlearning #backtoschool #education #coreinspiration #teacherfreebie #elementaryeducation
Teaching Teens with Love & Logical Consequences - Classroom Management
I am a firm believer that kids will become whatever you tell them they are. If you tell them they are hard workers, they will work hard. If you tell them they are generous, they will be more generous. This is true for any value. Kids need opportunities and reminders to practice a growth mindset.
27 Ways To Make Sure Students Pay Attention In Class. Or second language learners. Or my son, who often isn't paying attention.
Most important classroom management strategy: Don’t start with a consequence: Follow the least invasive approach to address off-task behavior: Pause; Make eye contact; Give a whole class anonymous correction or positive reminder; Tap the student’s desk Say student’s name (non-aggressive tone); THEN privately tell the student to change a specific behavior or there will be a consequence; THEN (an only then) give a consequence PRIVATELY.
Some good practices to use in any teaching situation (even church). The 7 Rules of Handling Difficult Students.
10 Ways You Can Be the Boss of Your Classroom – Bored Teachers