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Helping Children Resolve Problems
Ms. Williams encourages her students to resolve their own conflicts and problems in the classroom. She uses a variety of strategies to create open and structured lines of communication, but we like Mr. Mouse the best.
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Students Solving Disputes
When two students have a quarrell, Ms. Greenberg doesn't separate them - she does the opposite! Read more about her tip and how surprised you might to fond that students can often solve their disputes by themselves.
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Tattle Box
Ms. Reisner was having majot problems with students tattleing. So she devised a way to end the disruptions by creating a safe place for students to write out their grievances. Result? Less drama and more time for productive teaching and learning.
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