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Hiya, this pack includes a student certificate, tokens to give out for points (in cases where the IWB can't be accessed immediately you can give the token so they can trade them for a point later on), reward selector cards (such as use the teachers chair for a class or choose a reward from the prize box) and a little card to put on the students desk or as a necklace to say that they were the class champion the previous week. All are decorated with the Class Dojo Avatars.

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Quiet Critters They live in a soundproof jar & only come out when it's quiet. Loud noises hurt their ears, but whispering is ok They love to sit on students' desks & watch & learn from the students. If the student is too loud, they get moved to the other side of their desk. If they continue to be loud they go back into their jar. At the end of the quiet lesson whoever still has a Quiet Critter on their desk can have points, a sticker or whatever incentives you have in the room.

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Black & Bright Student Desk Name Tags - Student Nameplates - Student Name Tags - Classroom Decor - Classroom Organization - Teacher Supplies

Black & Bright Student Desk Name Tags - Student Nameplates - Student Name Tags - Classroom Decor - Classroom Organization -…

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Behaviour Cards: effective because they (can) allow the teacher to address a target behaviour without distracting the rest of the class. Simply walk by, drop off the card, and have the student return it to you at the end of class to discuss why you gave them the card in the first place.

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Classroom layout has such a big impact on the students' experiences and learning in the classroom. Here are some the things I took into consideration when planning my classroom set up, along with the different arrangements and their pros and cons.

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I love the desk arrangement in this classroom. Open group concept. Student desks are in groups, but all face the smart/white/chalk board.

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Mr. Piedra's Classroom: Arranging Student Desks to Fit A Lesson

Mr. Piedra's Classroom: Arranging Student Desks to Fit A Lesson