Pinner says: "This is one of my FAVORITE classroom management tools!! It can be soooo time consuming to answer the questions...Can we use markers?, Do we turn this in?, Is this a talking activity? I love using these assignment choice signs to answer those questions without me doing the work.  Once I give directions for an activity, I quickly place checks and X's by the cards and my students know exactly where to look for the answer."

Classroom management tool - It can be soooo time consuming to answer the questions.Can we use markers?, Do we turn this in?, Is this a talking activity? I love using these assignment choice signs to answer those questions without me doing the work.

If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on).  They have 3 chances throughout the day.

It's called a "Blurt Chart". If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day. You can take minutes away from recess, etc. for each happy face taken off the chart.

Behavior Think Sheet

Behavior Think Sheet. I used something similar to this with some of my students who needed time away from the situation to settle down before discussing the problem with me.

Stamina Strips to motivate students during silent reading

Reading chains: Every time a student finishes a book, they can write their name, title and author of the book on a strip and attach it to their class chain. Perhaps the class with the longest chain at the end of the year could get some type of reward.

Choose a desired behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name to the class. Throughout the lesson, periodically monitor the named student for the desired behavior. If he achieves the goal behavior, reveal his identity and reward him with a special classroom incentive. If the named student doesn't demonstrate the behavior, do not name the student, tell the class that there was not a winner this time. Choose another mystery student and repeat the process.

Choose a desired behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name to the class. Throughout the lesson, periodically monitor the named student for the desired behavior.

Choose a desired behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name to the class. Throughout the lesson, periodically monitor the named student for the desired behavior. If he achieves the goal behavior, reveal his identity and reward him with a special classroom incentive. If the named student doesn't demonstrate the behavior, do not name the student, tell the class that there was not a winner this time. Choose another mystery student and repeat the process.

Choose a desired behavior and write it on the board. Select a stick, but don't reveal the name to the class. Throughout the lesson, periodically monitor the named student for the desired behavior.

Laura Candler's classroom management resources. A variety of resources to help you manage instruction in a classroom using active engagement stratetegies.

Laura Candler's classroom management strategies and resources. Here you'll find a variety of information and resources to help you manage instruction in a classroom using active engagement stratetegies.

Cool down spot

Positive classroom discipline: "Cool-Down Spot." I love this idea! I hate the phrase 'time out', especially since i'm not their parent! So this would work for me!

classroom behavior chart

Classroom Behavior Management visual representation perfect for music classrooms or elementary classrooms. Students go up or down depending on behavior choices. // Not practical for high school, but it's so darn cute!

clear, visual behaviour chart

I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

I created these to go along with the Rick Morris clip chart.  I just needed something more bright and colorful than just the primary colors he used...

Behavior Clip Chart Materials: I created these to go along with the Rick Morris clip chart. I just needed something more bright and colorful than just the primary colors he used.

Improve student behavior and engagement by awarding and recording real-time feedback.  	  Print or email beautiful behavior reports to easily engage parents and staff.  	  Save time by recording behaviors and accomplishments right in class, with just one click: NO extra data entry required!

Class dojo is an online behavior management system. You choose "avatars" for each student and what positive and negative behaviors you want. With Classdojo you can set up multiple classes, and accommodate each of the needs.

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