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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Behavior Bucks
Ms. Morrison awards each student $25 in play money at the beginning of each nine week session, which they must use to pay for misbehavior. A culminating event provides just deserts for the whole class.
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Blue Chip Rewards
This is a fun tip to promote random acts of kindness in your school and deserving students will REALLY love the end-of-week reward!
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Compliment Door
Do you want your students to come through the door each morning with a positive attitude toward you, their peers and themselves? This activity will help you build character and self-esteem and teach good manners and etiquette.
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Excursion Behavior
Before field trips, Ms. Scruggs asks the students themselves to provide rules for their own behavior outside the classroom. Creating this list helps the students take ownership of their actions and simplifies classroom management.
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Fostering Friendships
Mr. Lim is proud to decorate his classroom door with the meaning of friendship. He has a unique – and beautiful – classroom setup idea that helps him build positive relationships among students.
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Foul Language Policy
Here's an interesting way to curtail cursing and boost vocabulary. Read about Ms. Fandino's Foul Language Polity and see if you can make it work for you.
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Greeting at the Door Puts You in Charge
Here's a tip that establishes you in charge, modles respectful interaction, and establishes a good connection to each student.
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Guest Teachers
Missing aday of teachiing is bad enough, but returning to a bad report from the sub, too? Ms. Babb has a whole new approach to good behavior toward subsititutes and it starts with giving them a new name. Read more, here.
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Inside Voices
One of the first things Ms. Holt covers with her students is how to use their inside voices. This is a great tip that teaches them about social development while giving you a few minutes of your own time each day.
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