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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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Answer to Teacher Interruptions
Ms. Johnson read a book writen by educators that outlines specific instructions to help you curb classroom interruptions. Read about the book she discovered!
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Appropriate Talking Times
Talkative students can be a challenge to running your classroom, but Ms. Duvall's tip might help you curb the chatter and creat an eefective learning environment.
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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 Dots
Ms. Taylor holds down noise levels in her classroom by rewarding students for monitoring and correcting their own noisy behavior. All it takes are her grade book, a handful of prizes, certificates, and an array of dots.
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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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Call and Response Cues
What do waterfalls, bananas, and slugs have in common? They are all part of Ms. Stevens’ method of getting her students’ attention easily and quickly.
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Calming Cool-Offs
Do you ever wish you could send disruptive students on a faraway vacation, where they could calm down, cool off and allow the rest of the class to focus on learning? Ms. Willow actually does it (well, kind of): she sends them to “Alaska.”
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Dealing with Chatterboxes and Clowns
Dealing with the class clown is anything but funny. Take control of your class while helping your clowns understand appropriate ways to use their gift of humor.
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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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