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Classroom behavior

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How to Handle the Top 5 Most Difficult Classroom Behaviors

If you work with children, I can promise you that you will come across at least one student that has these difficult behaviors. Not only are they really stressful for the teacher but they impact the student’s life in many ways. Behaviors like disrespect and defiance can make classroom's chaotic.

Student Behavior Goal Setting Kit  — Keeping My Kiddo Busy

How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and

25 Game-Changing Classroom Management Hacks & Strategies

Summer is the perfect time to rethink how to promote positive behaviors in the classroom or to start planning how to manage a class virtually.

Student Rewards: Beyond The Skittles - Teaching with a Mountain View

As I wrap up one year and start looking forward to the next, I use it as a time to reflect on what did (and didn't!) work. Reassessing classroom management strategies is always part of that thought process and student rewards play a big part.

Dealing with Defiance in the Classroom

Defiance, disrespectfulness, kids yelling “NO!” – this is what a teacher’s classroom management nightmares are made of! These days, most teachers may have had one or two defiant children in their class at some point, even all the way … Continue reading →

Watch popular Classroom behavior videos

As teachers, we've all experienced the challenge of managing students with attention-related issues. Whether it's ADHD or simply a difficulty staying focused, these students can easily become distracted and struggle to regulate their own behavior in the classroom. But what if there was a solution that could help both the student and the teacher? Enter visual behavior supports. Start using them today in your classroom!
Learn about force and movement, with early settler games and toys, before learning how simple machines made life easier!  (Grade 2 & 4)
Creating a positive and encouraging classroom filled with kindness and respect is something we start working on from day one. I always start the year by reading the book Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud. The bucket filling concept explained in the book acts as a powerful classroom management strategy all year through. It underlines the importance and impact of our words and actions towards others and ourselves.
You know the saying: Hands are NOT for Hitting! You also know how many times you would have to say that in a day if you teach children who may not have mastered this important social skill. Hands are not for Hitting is a social story to support individual or classroom behaviors. This story can be read on your Smart Board to the entire class or on a computer or I-pad for individual students and used as needed over and over again! You will LOVE this!