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Behavior Management

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Resources, tips, and tricks for motivating students, solving behavior issues, and creating a supportive classroom community. #behaviormanagement #behaviormanagementintheclassroom #behaviormanagementstrategies

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The Cornerstone Pro-Active Behavior Management Online Course

This online course is a series of 7 video sessions that will help you construct a self-running classroom that frees you to TEACH! The focus is on teaching students to become responsible and self-reliant, and helping you maximize your instructional time. It’s designed for teachers who work with students aged 4-11.

I have totally been in your position so many times, and I know it’s incredibly frustrating. Though there's not much you can do in most cases, here are some important things you must keep in mind. Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Effective Learning, Differentiated Instruction, Classroom Community, Student Motivation

When your students misbehave for other teachers

I have totally been in your position so many times, and I know it’s incredibly frustrating. Though there's not much you can do in most cases, here are some important things you must keep in mind. #behaviormanagement #classroommanagement #tipsforteachers #newteachers #teachermindset

"Motivation is an investment decision. Students have time, attention, and effort, and they are making a decision every single day about whether they want to invest those things in our classrooms or in something else." - Robyn Jackson on Behavior Management Strategies, Classroom Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Ideas, Teacher Inspiration, Instructional Strategies

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners

“You can break motivation barriers for disengaged students by recognizing that motivation is an investment decision. Students have time, attention, and effort, and they are making a decision every single day about whether they want to invest those things in our classrooms or in something else. Making your classroom worth investing in is about creating a space where students’ time, energy, and effort will be rewarded.” –Dr. Robyn Jackson

We spend more time/resources fixing problems than preventing them. This interview with NYT bestselling author Dan Heath helps us reimagine schools (and more) to create a better normal post-pandemic. Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Back To School Hacks

Creating systemic change and solving problems BEFORE they happen

My guest in this episode is Dan Heath, a New York Times bestselling author of five books, the most recent being “Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen.” This book is a MUST read for anyone who’s curious about how to create systemic change or how to improve our daily lives through pro-active problem-solving.

If you’re feeling frustrated in the classroom because it seems like your students are simply refusing to learn, then it might be time to take a step back and rethink the way you see the situation. We’ll take a look at some of the commonly-held limiting beliefs and assumptions about “bad” students and how this might be shaping your teaching experience. Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Back To School Hacks, Feeling Frustrated, Teacher Inspiration, Classroom Community

Do you hold these 3 limiting beliefs about students?

If you’re feeling frustrated in the classroom because it seems like your students are simply refusing to learn, then it might be time to take a step back and rethink the way you see the situation. We’ll take a look at some of the commonly-held limiting beliefs and assumptions about “bad” students and how this might be shaping your teaching experience.

How to motivate students to take ownership of their learning Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Behavior, Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Motivation For Kids, Student Motivation, Motivational Strategies

How to motivate students to take ownership of their learning

Are you working harder than your students? Learn practical strategies for making the learning really matter to kids so they’re self-motivated in the classroom. You’ll discover how to inspire kids to give as much energy and effort in the classroom as you do! #tipsforteachers #studentengagement #learningsupport #teaching

When kids are unmotivated, the solution is natural: Give them more ownership. Here are 6 ways to do that. Behavior Management Strategies, Effective Classroom Management, Classroom Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Class Management, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Ideas

6 ways to support kids who don’t take ownership of their learning

When kids are unmotivated, the solution is natural: Give them more ownership. Here are 6 ways to do that. #teachingstrategies #tipsforteachers #studentengagement

6 powerful strategies to help worried, anxious students Behavior Management Strategies, Classroom Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Stress Management, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Mental Health In Schools, Student Motivation

6 powerful strategies to help worried, anxious students

Doesn’t your heart go out to those kids who are perpetually anxious? We all have students who have social anxieties or worry excessively about test pressure and their performance in school. I’ve invited Anne-Marie Morey, a board-certified educational therapist, to share some strategies for helping these students. #anxiety #studentsupport #tipsforteachers #behaviormanagement

5 ridiculously unhelpful things I’ve said to students -- Do any of these sound familiar? Here's what you should say instead next time. Behavior Management Strategies, Classroom Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Back To School Hacks, Classroom Community, Student Motivation

5 ridiculously unhelpful things I’ve said to students

5 ridiculously unhelpful things I’ve said to students -- Do any of these sound familiar? Here's what you should say instead next time. #tipsforteachers #classroommanagement #studentnengagement

Teaching classroom management - 10 ways to calm a class after lunch or recess – Teaching classroom management Calm Classroom, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Activities, Classroom Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies

10 ways to calm a class after lunch or recess

After recess or lunch can be one of the toughest times to transition back into instruction. Often the kids are so wound up that it takes 10 minutes (or more) to get everyone ready to learn again, and with the amount of curriculum we need to teach during the school day, that’s 10 minutes we can’t afford to lose! Here are 10 things you can do to help the kids calm down and be ready to start learning again. #tipsforteachers #classroommanagement #behaviormanagement

Even though there is no clear cut solution for students who refuse to work in the classroom, there are a few things that you can do to improve the situation. Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Activities, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips

What to do in the middle of your lesson when a student refuses to work

Even though there is no clear cut solution for students who refuse to work in the classroom, there are a few things that you can do to improve the situation. #classroommanagement #behaviormanagement #studentengagement

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life & disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Behavior Management Strategies, Restorative Justice, Beginning Of Year, Student Behavior, Behavioral Issues, Teacher Inspiration, Classroom Community

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life

One of the toughest parts of teaching students who have a lot of behavioral issues is that feeling of helplessness, like there's nothing you can do to reach them. What if we chose to approach behavior problems through a lens focused on long-term solutions which restores a child's wholeness rather than criminalizing kids for their behavioral choices? #restorativejustice #behaviormanagement

I was a disengaged student who nearly failed high school: This is not a guest interview--it’s my story. That kid in your class who learns differently and feels impossible to reach within the structures of how we do school? That kid could have been me. Behavior Management Strategies, Math Strategies, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Middle School Literacy, Math Courses

I was a disengaged student who nearly failed high school

I was a disengaged student who nearly failed high school: This is not a guest interview--it’s my story. That kid in your class who learns differently and feels impossible to reach within the structures of how we do school? That kid could have been me. #disengagedstudent #studentengagement

How to act (rather than react) and stop wasting class time when kids are off-task Are you constantly losing instructional time to minor disruptions and [. Classroom Routines, Classroom Management Strategies, Classroom Procedures, Behaviour Management, Classroom Behavior, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Career

How to act (rather than react) and stop wasting class time when kids are off-task

Shifting the goal from getting rid of off-task behavior to instead maximizing learning time is very different. Now the focus is on something realistic, and something you CAN control. Disruptions are expected and anticipated and planned for. They don’t throw you off your course because they are part of the course. You only have to respond in a way that helps you make the most of your instructional time.

It seems like kids are at their craziest after recess making it very tough for any teacher to transition back to teaching. Here are 10 after recess (or lunch!) routines to help keep students calm and ready to learn. Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Student Behavior, Student Teaching, Teacher Toolkit, Teacher Resources

10 ways to calm a class after lunch or recess

It seems like kids are at their craziest after recess making it very tough for any teacher to transition back to teaching. Here are 10 after recess (or lunch!) routines to help keep students calm and ready to learn. #classroomroutines #tipsforteachers #classroommanagement

When your students misbehave for other teachers When your students misbehave in PE, art, music, etc--how do you handle it? Behavior Management Strategies, Classroom Behavior Management, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Behaviour, Teaching Class, Organization And Management, Class Management, Teacher Tools

When your students misbehave for other teachers

What to do when your students misbehave for other teachers --Does your class misbehave when they go to specials or other classes? Here are tips to help you deal with this common teacher dilemma.