The first week of school is crucial for setting the tone in your classroom. You have a new group of students to get to know, to inspire, to invest in. What you say and do in those first few days will leave a lasting impact on those students – so it shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love!
Smart Classroom Management: How To Handle A Student Who Yells At You. 4 simple but important steps to handling this difficult situation. Especially important if you teach in a special education setting with students who may have trouble regulating their emotions. Read more at: http://www.smartclassroommanagement.com/2016/04/16/how-to-handle-a-student-who-yells-at-you/
This handout gives clear, explicit instructions for a child learning how to write a letter of apology. Help your students learn about empathy by thinking through the effects their actions had on another child. It may even help them improve their writing skills by using a checklist! Currently $0.50