Whole Brain Teaching

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Whole Brain Teaching: Teach! Okay! and Switch! Click through to see how WBT can help in your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade calssroom or homeschool! Plus there's a FREE download included, so you're sure to feel comfortable with everyt Teaching Strategies, Brain Based Teaching, Teaching Rules, Brain Based Learning, Teaching Tips, Teaching Class, Teaching First Grade, Teaching Kindergarten, 2nd Grade Worksheets

Whole Brain Teaching: Teach! Okay! and Switch! Click through to see how WBT can help in your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade calssroom or homeschool! Plus there's a FREE download included, so you're sure to feel comfortable with everyt

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Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections
Pre K, Elementary Resources, Teaching Elementary, Classroom Routines And Procedures, Kindergarten Classroom Management, Teaching Tips, Classroom Behavior, Teaching First Grade, Brain Based Learning

I’m blogging over at The Primary Pack today about Whole brain Teaching! You can read my post below, but don’t forget to follow The Primary Pack so you can keep tabs on all of the amazing teacher-bloggers in our group! I’m here today to blog about classroom management. I mean, what teacher DOESN’T need a ... Read More about Whole Brain Teaching!

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Robin Schilling
Why I Stopped Using Whole Brain Teaching Rules - Teach with hope. Flipped Classroom, Amigurumi Patterns, Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Community, Teaching Rules, Teaching Resources, Elementary Teacher, Behavior Plans

After using Whole-Brain Teaching rules for 8 years I gave up them up and here’s why. Like many of you I fell in love with Whole Brain Teaching. It is engaging and aligns so easily with who I am as a teacher. Like all teachers however, we need to stay fresh. We need to be continuously reflecting on our practice. As I began planning last year I started

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Sandi Hendrix
3rd Grade Thoughts: Getting Started with Whole Brain Teaching: The Core 4 Organisation, Pre K, Classroom Behavior, Teaching Rules, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, 3rd Grade Classroom, Class Management, 3rd Grade Thoughts

It's so exciting to hear that so many of you are going to be trying Whole Brain Teaching this year! I know I am not alone in saying this, but when you do, you will love it and want to try more and more from this great program :) If you want to read all of my posts about it, you can by clicking HERE. Having received a lot of questions about how to start using WBT in your classroom, I want to share with you the top four principles of WBT, also known as the "Core 4". The Core 4 The Core 4 are…

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Teresa McAfee
Pre K, Teacher Resources, Humour, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Behavior, Brain Based Learning, Teaching Kindergarten, Class Management

To start at the beginning of this book club with me: Buy the book Whole Brain Teaching for Challenging Kids Read about Chapters 1 & 2 here Read about Chapters 3 & 4 here Read about Chapter 5 here Join the Official Book Study here The assignment for The Book Study for chapter 6 was to come up with 10-15 new variations of Class Yes, WBT's attention getter. Here is a list of my favorites from the participants of the book club: Class Meow, Yes Meow (reminds me of Super Troopers!!) Class a doobie…

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Valerie Sprague Smith
Super Improver Wall {Whole Brain Teaching} Patchwork, Teaching, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Behavior Management, Teaching First Grade, Classroom Behavior, Class Management, Behavior Plans, Teaching Third

Current Super Improver Wall Super Improver Wall in August Let's just say this is the best thing I've ever implemented in my classroom! It comes from the Whole Brain Teaching book. I run the template above on the correlating color copy/construction paper. All my students started off with a white sheet of paper and they have to earn 10 stickers (the mini chart stickers you can find at the teacher store) to level up to the next color. So they've gone from white to green to blue and so on. They…

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Amanda Lantrip