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How Exceptional Teachers Improve Listening - Smart Classroom Management

How Exceptional Teachers Improve Listening - Smart Classroom Management

How To End Each Day On The Right Classroom Management Foot - Smart Classroom Management

How To End Each Day On The Right Classroom Management Foot - Smart Classroom Management

Why You Should Never Give Options Instead Of Consequences:  You follow your classroom management plan. You let accountability and your undying belief in them do their good work.  You let the hard lessons that are part of every well-lived life embolden them to become better, more resilient, and more capable than they themselves ever thought possible.

I think we too often fall into this trap when we have difficult students who also have learning disabilities. The tips are reminders are poignant and applicable across all settings, even special ed.

How To Give A Warning That Improves Behavior - Smart Classroom Management

How To Give A Warning That Improves Behavior - Smart Classroom Management

Great idea for making Classroom management posters using acrostics

Great idea for making Classroom management posters using acrostics morning work

Smart Classroom Management: Why You Should Ignore Difficult Students The First Week Of School

Great sight with awesome advice in dealing with classroom management - Why You Should Ignore Difficult Students The First Week Of School

Prosciutto Bites | Food.com

Prosciutto Bites | Food.com

Eight Things That Should be at the Top of Teachers' To-Do List at the Beginning of the Year, Managing and Motivating Math Minds

Eight Things That Should be at the Top of Teachers' To-Do Lists for the Beginning of the Year Visit Managing and Motivating Math Minds with Kacie Travis

By Bethany Petty The classrooms of today have the potential to look vastly different than those of the past. Many teachers have access to a vast array of technology tools that can be used in the classroom to increase student engagement.

This is a great read! It lists a number of great tools or resources to use in the classroom. I especially was interested in using screencastify in the classroom, its a very unique approach to class activities!

Classroom Rules Activity- Back-to-School Printables for grades 3 and up!

Back-to-School....Already?!

Classroom Rules Activity- Back-to-School Printables - modify for HS English students? Share, etc.

Por eso... Por eso

Por eso... Por eso

Go beyond the icebreakers. Getting to know your students at the beginning of the year is vital!

Meaningful First Days: 3 Ways to Build Community (No Icebreakers!)

I really dislike icebreakers. They make me cringe. When I became a teacher, I swore I would spare my students the torture of icebreakers. That being said, I also realize how important it is to buil…

Spiralized Carrot Salad ~ Healthy AF | Tastemade

Spiralized Carrot Salad

Potato And Mayo Salad ~ Recipe

Never give in

"Mistakes are proof that you are trying." Love this quote. Think it's a great one to share with children that are hard on themselves when they make mistakes. Recognise their effort.

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