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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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Awesome Noise Control
When screaming "Shut up!" didn't work anymore, Ms. Allen's created ths very awesome way to lower the noise levels in her fourth-grade classroom.
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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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Bell Work
I have what I call Bell Work at the beginning of each class period. I put 5-10 questions on an overhead projector. The questions are a variety of a review of previously learned information, or a previ...
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Cafeteria Music
Did you ever wish that the noise level in the student cafeteria was lower? Ms. Panelli's tip could be music to your ears!
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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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Call for Help
What a unique way for students to get your attention when they need help without disrupting the class! See if Ms. Burk's tip can work for you!
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Challenging a Chatty Class
Ms. Ortiz’s tally system will help you track bad behavior, establish clear consequences, and quickly teach a talkative class to quiet down quickly.
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Changing Signals
"I have a large rain stick that I turn over slowly when it's time to transition from one activity to another. Students know that they must be in their seats listening for instructions before it stops raining or their name goes in our discipline book.
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