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The 2×10 strategy: a miraculous solution for behavior issues? Love this idea! So simple but so powerful! Another great post from Angela Watson of the Cornerstone for Teachers.

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. for 10 days.

Extreme student behavior: 7 traps to avoid when NOTHING seems to work

Extreme student behavior: 7 traps to avoid when NOTHING seems to work

Positive Behavior Management Strategies for the Primary Classroom

Positive Behavior Management Strategies for the Primary Classroom (Minds in Bloom)

The following chart explains why children misbehave and how teachers or other adults should approach each child based on why they are exhibiting the behavior: Positive Discipline emphasizes that effective discipline allows teachers to recognize the reasons why children do what they do rather than merely attempting to change the behavior. With this system, teachers are empowered to dig deeper and help students get to the root of their problems by proteamundi

Positive Discipline: This chart explains why children misbehave and how teachers should approach each child based on why they are exhibiting the behavior.

How to respond to rude, disrespectful student attitudes - The Cornerstone For Teachers

How to respond to rude, disrespectful student attitudes

Is there a way to keep kids from eye rolling, teeth sucking, and muttering under their breath every time you give a direction?

Shut the Door and Teach: Getting Difficult Kids on Your Side --- THIS IS A MUST READ FOR ANY TEACHER OF ANY AGE

Let Kids Know You Are On Their Side

Why Most Difficult Students Just Need Good Classroom Management

50 fun call and response ideas to get students’ attention

5 simple ways to make sure that those first few minutes engage students. #Teaching http://staceylloydteaching.com/5-simple-ways-engage-students-first-minutes-lesson/

Strategic Teaching - Before Activities I can tell in the first 5 minutes of any class, how well that lesson is going to be received. Here are 5 simple way to make sure that those first few minutes engage students.

Write each childs name on one end of craft stick. Choose a desired behavior,write on board. select a stick, do not reveal the name. during the lesson, monitor the named student. If he achieves the goal behavior, reveal his identity and reward him with a special classroom incentive. If the named student does not demonstrate the behavior, do not name the student; simply tell the class that there was not a winner this time. Choose another mystery student and repeat the process as desired

Choose a desired behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name to the class. Throughout the lesson, periodically monitor the named student for the desired behavior.

Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs" are little to no cost, require little work for you as the teacher, and will encourage on task, positive behavior from your middle school and high school students.

Using Positive Reinforcement as a Classroom Management Tool at the Secondary Level

Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs"

Learn strategies for ending power struggles, calling out, and disruptive behaviors. Get ideas for teaching students to self-monitor their behavior and use positive language. A Peach for the Teach

Nice explanation of planned ignoring. Learn strategies for ending power struggles, calling out, and disruptive behaviors. Get ideas for teaching students to self-monitor their behavior and use positive language. A Peach for the Teach

10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Managment: If you are having classroom management problems, take a look at this article, which explains what NOT to do, and the more effective practices you should try instead.

Business and management infographic & data visualisation If you are having classroom management problems, find out some of the things not.

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