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Classroom Management

Caring in Action

Perfect for New Year's resolutions: teaching kindness, compassion, giving, and gratitude.   


recess & breaks

Temperature Check

Jennifer Holt, a second-grade teacher in Kansas

Winter weather is here! If recess gets cancelled, are you prepared for the reaction? Here's a creative way for students to put their energy into something useful: their own words!


noise

Awesome Noise Control

By: Deborah Allen, a fourth-grade teacher in North Carolina

Back from the holidays means back to chatter and noise. When screaming "Shut up!" doesn't work anymore, Ms. Allen's very awesome way to quiet the class may work for you.


character

Respectful Discussions

By Katie La Pointe, student teacher, Reno High School, Reno, Nevada

When students discuss polarizing topics like politics or religion, chaos can ensue. You can create an environment where students can communicate openly and maintain extreme respect.


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