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Tag: behavior management

4 SOLUTIONS FOR A NOISY TALKATIVE CLASS

Are you wondering how to get students to stop talking in class? A noisy classroom, or even just one talkative child in class, can have a negative impact on learning for all students. This blog post will share strategies to get students to stop talking and explain how to turn

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BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Behavior management and classroom management are the most important parts of running a smooth classroom. They are the foundation for everything. Without those two pieces, it doesn’t matter how great your lesson plans look or how well you differentiated your instruction. If you are looking for ways to improve your behavior management skills,

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HOW TO IMPROVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR USING CLIP CHARTS

Teachers are often wondering how to manage classroom behavior and how to handle behavior problems. Like most teachers, I experimented with different behavior management systems. This post will share not only my experiences using clip charts to improve classroom behavior, but how to use it as a positive behavior intervention

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Classroom Behavior Management Systems

Classroom behavior management systems are used to keep students on tasks and to create a safe classroom community where all children can learn. This post shares ideas and strategies teachers can use for group behavior systems as well as individual behavior plans. Read on for examples of classroom rules, behavior

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BUCKET FILLER BULLETIN BOARD and ACTIVITIES IDEAS

Kindness is not part of our academic standards; however, it is so important to designate time to teach students about this concept. One way to do this is to teach students to become “bucket fillers.” The idea of bucket fillers is based on Dr. Donald O. Clifton’s metaphor of the

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