Classroom and Behavioral Management

Pins for TeacherIdeas related to managing classrooms, improving relationships with students/parents, and dealing with a host of behavioral issues
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an angry choice card for classroom use with pictures and words on it to help students understand what they are doing
Free Anger Choice Cards Classroom. Choices What Do When You're
Free Anger Choice Cards for the Classroom. Choices for What to Do When You're Angry. " These cards were created for use in the classroom for students to use when they are angry, frustrated, irritated, or upset. We teach students that it is ok to feel these emotions, but that they need to express them "appropriately." A lot of students don't have the social backgrounds or cultural understanding of what "expressing emotions appropriately" might look like. Hopefully these cards can provide your
the free social problem involving task cards
Social Problem Solving Task Cards., Teacher Idea
Social Problem Solving Task Cards. "Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges." "These are a set of 10 free task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The cards are organized into fiv
a woman standing in front of a group of people with one pointing at the sky
Rules, Routines, Standards., Teacher Idea
Rules, Routines, and Standards. "Do this technique for any procedure, it works! The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules , procedures and standards in your classroom!"
19 super fun empathy activities for kids
Empathy Activities For Kids., Teacher Idea
Empathy Activities For Kids. "Looking for fun empathy activities for kids to teach children about kindness and compassion, and help them understand the feelings of others? We’ve rounded up 19 empathy activities for children to help teachers with their lessons plans in the classroom and parents and caregivers at home."
a computer screen shot of the character education resources page for internet learning and teaching services
Character Education., Teacher Idea
Character Education. Find resources on this site to help your students manage their anger, bullying and cyberbullying help and conflict resolution suggestions.
brain breaks worksheet with the text 20 free u - wiggle brain breaks
20+ Wiggle Brain Breaks., Teacher Idea
20+ Wiggle Brain Breaks. "Do you teach a wiggle worm? Or perhaps your learner(s) have been sitting for a while and you can see the energy level going down. Enter wiggle brain breaks! These wiggle brain breaks can help wake up and recharge the brain."
the yoga poses poster with instructions
Yoga Poses Poster., Teacher Idea
Yoga Poses Poster. "We made this little freebie because we decided to do a little yoga to transition our kiddos into learning mode after lunch recess. With state test coming this would be great to implement in your classroom to help you students relax before and after the test."
the words 6 powerful, soul - searching things to say to difficult students smart classroom management
6 Powerful, Soul-Searching Things To Say To Difficult Students.
6 Powerful, Soul-Searching Things To Say To Difficult Students. "The right words can also help build rapport and influence, buoy sagging spirits, and provide that metaphorical kick in the pants all of us need once in a while. You’ll find six powerful, soul-searching phrases, none of which require an outward response from students."
four different types of business cards with the words disarn on them, and one is
Uh-Oh! Work Progress Notes., Teacher Idea
Uh-Oh! Work Progress Notes. "FREE uh oh slips to attach to unfinished work. Parent signature line. Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes." Included: 1 page color notes 1 page B/W notes --4 notes per page--
school supplies with the title 17 fun ways to review classroom procedure with upper elementary students
17 Different Ways Review Classroom Procedures., Teacher Idea
17 Different Ways to Review Classroom Procedures. " Reviewing and practicing procedures can get a little boring, especially for students. Below are 17 different ways to review practice procedures the first week of school and then again throughout the school year."
How to Establish a Positive Classroom Environment in Middle School.    "Fostering a favorable classroom environment and a positive relationship with my students is the most important task I assign myself every year. The recipe for a classroom culture that promotes learning requires only a dash of time and energy. It does require a hefty dose of mindfulness" Teaching Diversity, Middle School Classroom Management, Positive Classroom Environment, Positive Relationship, Middle School Counseling, First Year Teaching, School Culture, Classroom Culture, Instructional Coaching
How Establish Positive Classroom Environment Middle School., Teacher
How to Establish a Positive Classroom Environment in Middle School. "Fostering a favorable classroom environment and a positive relationship with my students is the most important task I assign myself every year. The recipe for a classroom culture that promotes learning requires only a dash of time and energy. It does require a hefty dose of mindfulness"
back to school procedure task cards
Back-to-School Procedures Task Cards., Teacher Idea
Back-to-School Procedures Task Cards. Teaching procedures during the first weeks of school can become monotonous for students. Because of this, I have created task cards which work well with the game Scoot. Instructions for Scoot are included.
the great big collection of first week of school activities for bigger kids
First Day School Activities Big Kids., Teacher Idea
First Day of School Activities for Big Kids. "I hope this post can help give you some ideas of engaging activities for the first days of school...specifically with the older crowd (grades 3-6) in mind."
there's rules? a fun book to school game for kids and adults with dices
Back To School Rules Game, Teacher Idea
Back To School Rules Game "Establishing rules is the single most important thing you do at the beginning of the school year. This is a game that does just that. Playing a game with "no rules" sets the stage for establishing rules in your classroom. This is a great compliment to any classroom management system. Students will discover that knowing rules and expectations from the start will set them up for success!"
a poster with sticky notes on it that says a simple way to teach classroom procedure and expectations
A Simple Way Teach Classroom Procedures Expectations., Teacher Idea
A Simple Way to Teach Classroom Procedures and Expectations. "Do you feel like a “talking head” during the first couple days of school? We know that explicitly teaching procedures and expectations is a MUST for the beginning of the school year. However it’s a lot of information for a teacher to disseminate and for students to absorb. I have this simple little trick to help you cover all of this important information without losing your mind and while keeping your student engaged!"