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After Class Referral
Mr. Harris has a great tip for writing discipline referrals that saves time for everyone invovled while maximizing the effectiveness of the referral.
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Beginning of Class Behavior
Getting talkative classes to calm down when class starts can be a major chore. Ms. Lindsay has a unique tip that keeps her class quiet - and creative. Read about it here!
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Behavior Referrals
Here are a set of tips you may not have tried that could help you turn even your most disruptive students into productive students. Read how Ms. Burger does it and see if her advice can work for you!
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Discipline Cards
Ms. Cox incorporates colors into her classroom management strategy. Read about her tip and see if it can work for you!
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In-School Suspension
This educator says in school suspensin can be both discipline and productive learning time. Read about her tips that resulted in students not ever wanting to come back -- and behaving accordingly in class.
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Many Safety Strategies
Student safety is a top priority at Ms. Mersik's school. Here are some tips they're employing to create a safe environment.
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Second Chance Referrals
Ms. Powell believes in second chances, especially when it comes to discipline. Find out how she stops many students from further offenses and how she sees to it that parents get involved as well.
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