These articles, printables, and guides will aid teachers in making their classroom safe and inviting for grades Discover everything a beginning teacher will need for a successful school year, from tips for your first day, to classroom-management advice, to printables and lesson plans that will support your curriculum all year long.
Return to school this fall prepared to conquer any questions you or your students might have about the school year. Our resources range from teaching students the school's layout to assessment tips. Providing Positive Reinforcement for Autistic Students.
Lack of Motivation: Challenging but Attainable Goals. Hyperactivity and Distraction: Create Work Spaces. Hyperactivity and Distraction: Breaks and Check-Ins. Failure to Ask for Help: Student Helpers. Failure to Ask for Help: Using 3x5 Cards. Argumentative Student: Maintain Control. Learning from Mistakes Student Worksheet. Spend more time teaching and less time searching. Get full, ad-free access to all our learning resources—curated and vetted by teachers and curriculum specialists—for one-low price.
Sign Up Sign Up. We have a plan for every budget. All plans include a free trial and enjoy the same features. Cancel anytime. Learn more about Premium. Essential Behavior Management Forms Incident Report Use this report for quick documentation when a behavior incident occurs in your classroom. Decision Making Sheet Try a printable worksheet that helps intermediate through secondary students make better decisions concerning their classroom behavior.
SAGE Books - The New Teacher's Survival Guide to Behaviour
Rules, Consequences, and Rewards List A list of rules, consequences, and rewards to assist with the behavior management of your classroom. Awards, Certificates, and Notes for the Classroom Reward your students with an award, a note, or a certificate for outstanding work or behavior. We hope that every teacher who spends his or her days making a difference in the life of a child will appreciate these choice bits of wisdom Are Teachers the Culprits Behind Poor Behavior?
Characteristics of Effective Behavior Managers Improve behavior management in your classroom. Classroom Management Strategies Get instant ideas on how to manage your toughest behavior challenges. Guidelines for Behavioral Observations The guidelines outlined in this article will be helpful in performing a thorough behavioral observation.
Working with Emotionally and Behaviorally Challenged Students Effective techniques to use while working with students with emotional and behavioral disorders EBD. Tips for Achieving and Maintaining Discipline There are certain steps you can take to ensure that your students are disciplined and behave in an appropriate manner.
Students' Contributions to the Rules Brainstorm classroom rules with your students at the first of the year so your students know what is expected of them and feel responsible for following the rules. Discipline Strategies in the Music Classroom Distribute an article that gives discipline strategies and behavior management tips to use in the music classroom.
Setting Limits for Effective Behavior Management The general guidelines for setting limits with all ages of children are listed here. Behavior Techniques Behavioral Contracting: A Technique for Handling Disruptive Behavior This behavior management technique involves using behavior contracts to prevent poor behavior. Bully-Proof Your Classroom Find suggestions on how to make your classroom a peaceful, non-threatening environment.
Join Kobo & start eReading today
Establishing Trust The key to effective behavior management is establishing trust. Convey Acceptance This handy list of behavior management techniques will help you build trust and establish a positive environment in your classroom.
Characteristics of Effective Behavior Managers This set of guidelines will assist you to improve the behavior management in your classroom. Variation of the Good Behavior Game This behavior management technique focuses on helping control students who thrive on acting out to gain peer attention. Positive Student Behavior Positive Classroom Behavior Read ideas and find resources on establishing and maintaining acceptable behavior in your students.
Positive Descriptions of Student Behavior An extensive list of verbs and phrases that will help you to prepare positive, descriptive statements about a student's behavior. Putting a Positive Spin on Peer Pressure Peer pressure has the potential to be a powerfully positive force. Sign us up! Why we love it: This system, based on a foundation of mutual respect, swaps punishment for productive discipline and praise for encouragement. The result is a positive classroom and a promising future for students even after they leave your class.
More seriously, this book focuses on re-energizing your own passion for teaching, as well as providing 30 hooks for captivating your class and brainstorming questions to jump-start learning and engagement. Work with students to set goals, watch for signs of trouble before it starts, and work with parents. Use questionnaires to gather interests and opinions and bring in popular culture and real-world connections when possible. Be positive rather than cranky and critical. Overreacting only makes things worse. Be respectful rather than confrontational.
Be sure to listen. Avoid sarcasm and present yourself as a confident leader. Give positive attention before students seek negative attention. A positive caring attitude is essential. Take a Comprehensive Approach You need to take a broad view and use a variety of methods as the job of discipline is very complex.
Related Discipline Survival Guide for the Secondary Teacher (2nd Edition)
Copyright 2019 - All Right Reserved