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Self-Regulation Small Group To Teach Emotional Regulation Strategies - NO PREP
This self regulation small group for upper elementary kids will help with teaching students learn to identify their feelings, and develop alerting and coping strategies to manage their feelings. Includes 6 lessons with activities and discussion points, plus 2 bonus activities. Activities include printables, worksheets, games, etc. This works great for students with ADHD, autism and social skills deficits. Also a good supplement to the zones of regulation program!
How To Boost Accountability in a Workshop Classroom
If you are looking for ways to boost student accountability in your classroom during reading, writing, and math workshop, these tips are for you, teacher. :) Love how these routines seamlessly integrate student self-reflection and meaningful feedback for students. #readingworkshop #studentreflection #teacherfeedback #differentiationtips #classroomtips #elementaryschool
Setting Clear Expectations for Student Work Days
When planning your middle school or high school classroom lesson, it is important to schedule student work days and to also set clear expectations for work days. Here are five ways to set clear classroom expectations for your students. #classroommanagement #teachingstrategies #classroomstrategies #middleschoolclassroommanagement #highschoolclassroommanagemet
How to Encourage High-Level Thinking
Higher-level thinking is an important skill, no matter which model you employ in your classroom. This post outlines a variety of ways in which you can encourage your students to reach higher-level thinking and provides concrete examples based on Bloom's Taxonomy, the Wheel of Reasoning, and the Depth of Knowledge.
Reading Workshop Anchor Charts
Teaching your students all about accountable talk is so important when you are launching reader's workshop. This set of mini anchor charts can help! These anchor charts will make any upper elementary teacher's job easier as they get ready to launch reader's workshop in their classroom.