Classroom Management

Practical books and ideas for teaching practice and classroom management.
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Fostering Mindfulness: Tapping Into Our Senses
The five senses are an anchor to mindfulness that students can recognize and use. Help them get in touch with the world around them with this simple activity from Fostering Mindfulness.
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Physical Activity Checklist
Many students do better — focus, attention, behavior — with frequent movement breaks. This checklist, from Amanda Yuill's Reaching and Teaching Them All, will help you build movement into your classroom day.
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Teaching Tough Topics: Response
Responding to literature is one simple way to get students thinking and talking about tough topics. Find more tips, tools & strategies in Larry Swartz’ Teaching Tough Topics!
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Action Strategies! from Students Mentoring Students
The 30 Action Strategies in Diane Vetter’s Students Mentoring Students will help your students communicate, collaborate & learn together. Check out more of the book with our online preview!
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Managing Student Behaviour: Reinforcement
What’s behind student behavior in the classroom? How do we discourage inappropriate behavior, and reinforce the behavior we want to see? Get into this complex issue and many more with Marsha Costello’s Managing Student Behavior!
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Teaching a Tough Topic: Black Lives Matter
How can children’s literature help readers to understand racism, white privilege, and oppression? Larry Swartz has ideas, advice, and updated booklists to help you begin to open doors to an understanding of equity, tolerance, and belonging, based in his latest book, Teaching Tough Topics. The right book can start a meaningful conversation about social justice and diversity—and these booklists will help you find your perfect starting point.
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Reproducibles Sampler— Inspiring Meaningful Learning
This essential guide to teaching offers six key steps to planning lessons that grab the attention of students and engage them in impactful learning. We are offering you the amazing opportunity to try Brenda's lesson design with this sampler of reproducible pages right from the book that will take you through the six steps and let you see these ideas in action!
Relationships Make the Difference: Connect with your students and help them… Most Popular Books, Popular Books, Social Emotional, Download Books, Free Ebooks
Relationships Make the Difference: Connect with your students and help them…
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Substitute Teaching? Everything you need to get the students on your side and…
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Get a head start on a healthy classroom community with these…
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Good reading starts with great books. In her new book, Reading Power, Revised & Expanded Edition, Adrienne Gear has both great advice on how to start a winning classroom library, and a booklist that covers all the comprehension bases!
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As we consider classroom planning, one of the most important factors is our roles in the learning lives of students. The role of teacher is not static, and these identifiers will help you reconsider your responsibilities to students and find a better balance. (Adapted from Jennifer Harper & Kathryn O'Brien's Student-Driven Learning)
I've Got Something to Say: How Student Voices Inform Our Teaching by David Booth Nurture Group, David Wallace, Student Voice, Honor Student, Inspire Students, Teaching Strategies, Thinking Skills
I've Got Something to Say: How Student Voices Inform Our Teaching by David Booth
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Poster: Building Classroom Routines. A Collaborative, Inquiry-Based Approach to Creating Classroom Routines (Adapted from Classroom Routines for Real Learning by Jennifer Harper & Kathryn O'Brien)
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Some of our most important routines are the ones that help us bridge parts of a lesson, or parts of a day. These handy tips (from Surviving and Thriving) will help you get off to a good start, keep things on track, and refocus students when attention does wander.