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A Very Bright Idea
Ms. Isaacs recognizes bright ideas in her classroom literally. Read about how she acknowledges students who think in a new way or have a bright idea that allows the class to see things in a new light.
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Active Listening to Prevent Conflict
This art teacher keeps classroom conflicts from escalating out of control through active listening and other classroom management strategies. Learn how she avoids defensive behavior and remains calm and in control.
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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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After Class Referral
I fill out my office referrals after class and drop them off at the discipline office during lunch or after school. This way the students don't know when they are going to get a referral. The administ...
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After School Detention
Deana uses a simple procedure to track student behavior, which serves as the basis for assigning after school detention. Find out how this procedure and her school’s commitment to a uniform policy has curbed poor behavior throughout the entire school.
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Alternative Rewards
I have a system for rewarding students in which they earn tickets they can trade for coupons.
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Awesome Noise Control
I used to have difficulty getting the class quiet. Nothing short of screaming 'shut up!' seemed to make any difference. Then I wrote the word 'awesome' on the board. When I had to speak to the entire ...
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Balanced Behavior
Ms. Carroll tracks the collective behavior of her entire classroom by balancing the good against the bad, literally. She uses an actual balance scale. It’s a great visual reminder and helps students see their progress towards a positive reward.
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Banking Day
Ms. Bell’s classroom store doubles as a clever incentive program encourages good behavior in addition to reinforcing math and money skills. Find out how she stocks and manages the store inventory, and how students balance their books.
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Beat That Time
When teaching multiplication tables, I print out flashcards from http://www.multiplication.com and give each child a copy to put in a Ziploc bag. The students take daily timed tests, starting with 30 ...
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