Teaching Children Not to Be Rude!
Corkboard Connections is a blog written by Laura Candler who enjoys connecting terrific teachers with amazing resources!
A few days ago, I went to pick up the kids from lunch and walked in as one of the amazing women from the lunch staff was having a serious ...
13 Tips for a Talkative Class - teachtrainlove.com
I LOVE my class this year. Diverse. Capable. Sweet. Unique. Enthusiastic. Energetic. Hard-working. Funny. Lovable. These are some of the words that come to mind when I think of my first graders. But one more word that also comes to mind is...chatty. Very chatty. We are a 'work in progress' with this. And thank goodness, we are continuing to improve each week. :-) Now, don't get me wrong, I believe a classroom should be FULL of rich, collaborative dialogue. Student discussion is vital, and…
7 Reasons why I use a Behavior Notebook in my Classroom - Savvy Scaffolds
A behavior notebook is a whole-class management technique for recording classroom misbehavior that integrates student reflection & ownership. It can quickly be implemented with any existing rules and discipline plan, and is used as an alternative to other methods such as a clip chart, card system, or writing names on the board. Each student …
All About RESPECT
An educational blog focused on project based learning, STEM, and providing unique ideas and resources to engage students.
Classroom Management – You Only Need Two Rules
I had a conversation recently with a colleague, and we agreed that in order to have a classroom with fewer behavior problems, all teachers have to do is enforce two rules: respect yourself and resp…
One of our jobs as teachers is to teach organization. If you have a student who is really struggling, use a copy paper box top as a drawer. It's genius and it works!
Growth Mindset BUNDLE for Teens: Social Emotional Learning + DIGITAL
Growth Mindset Bundle | Growth Mindset Unit | Growth Mindset Bulletin Board | Growth Mindset Bell Ringers | Growth Mindset Portfolio | Middle and High School
Teach Responsibility in the Elementary Classroom
9 ways to teach students to be responsible in the elementary classroom gives some good tips and ideas on how to instill a sense of responsibility in your students.
2nd Grade Sandcastle
I saw this online today, and fell in love! I'm not sure who the original writer is to give them credit, but here ya go! If you know, let me know :) I'm going to frame it and hang it in my classroom!