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Class Constitution
In 2004, Congress passed an obscure law requiring schools that receive federal funds to educate students about the Constitution during Constitution Week. Here’s a practical idea for codifying classroom rules that fits the bill.
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Classroom Rules Pictures
Ms. Wimmer offers a unique tip for establishing classroom rules that makes then clear, uses simple language, and covers all the bases.
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Moving to the Kindergarten Classroom
For anyone moving from middle school or upper primary grades to kindergarten, be prepared for a vast difference in attention span and level of independence. With that in mind, Ms. Martin has spelled out some valuable tips for you.
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Next Steps Discipline
A veteran high school teacher narrows down her classroom rules to just three. She developed the rules through class discussion, complete with Next Steps to support them.
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Rules on Video
When Ms. Keihle was looking for a unique way to establish expected classroom behavoir, she enlisted her drama students! Read about how they crafted a fun way to review the class rules.
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Simple Rules
Ms. Postman wanted to simplify her classroom rules, as lists of rules should be short. She narrowed her rules down to one word: Respect. Read more about the set of rules that started with a song.
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Teacher Rules
Even teachers need to follow rules. Find out how one fourth- and fifth-grade educator uses this concept to help students understand the importance of rules.
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