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Fids HBI saved to English activities
Fix-It Tickets are an editable classroom management behavior resource and provide student self-reflection. Following directions, staying on task, focusing on work, respecting others, chatty class. Helps with parent communication.
Erika Reyman saved to 4th grade 2022-2023 SY
Notes From the Portable is a blog about teaching, reflecting on connections to Common Core Standards and 21st-Century Skills.
Krista Whitcomb saved to sped
Behavior reflection and think sheets are super important for students to process through their choices and behaviors. These think sheets come in a different variety of versions and sheets to meet students on different levels and abilities.
Gwen Peters saved to Teacher strategies
Track student behavior the quick, efficient way: use a checklist. Free, editable trackers can be used to document and graph behaviors.
Alexzandra Paulus saved to BD k-12
Hi everyone! It's Naomi O'Brien from Read Like a Rock Star ! I've noticed a lot of teachers heading back to school, and thought I'd share a...
Priyanka Kusumwal saved to My Saves
How have the first two weeks of September gone for you? Are you kiddos getting into a routine? Whether you are in the classroom teaching kindergarten, are teaching virtually via distance learning or you’re homeschooling, I truly feel like routine is more important than schedule. Five and six yea
Diane Mewhinney saved to beg of the year
Description Logical Consequences Cheat Sheet! This handy cheat sheet of logical consequences is designed to make classroom management easier than ever! If you're trying to create a positive classroom environment, ditch the random punishments and help students connect their behavior to the outcomes. ❤️❤️❤️ Why Logical Consequences? When we use unrelated punishments for student behavior (like laps at recess, clipping down on a clip chart, etc.) students often feel frustrated and angry with US…
wood saved to 1st classroom management
These editable student individual behavior charts are simple, positive templates that use faces for visual understanding. Use these daily or weekly in the elementary classroom or special education classroom. They are made for teachers to use with students and parents to communicate classroom behavior. #preschool #behavior #preschoolteacher
Little Deer Engineer saved to Blogging shares :)