A better way to deal with disruptive students in middle and high school. Print these out on quarter- or half- sheets and hand them to students who are off-task or disruptive. Or laminate a few and have dry- or wet-erase markers on hand. A behavior slip forces the student to think about their actions and how they can prevent them in the future, without taking up extra class time for discipline! Students are less likely to act up if they know they'll have to fill one of these out every time.
9 Guaranteed Ways to Stop Students from Blurting Out | The Pinspired Teacher
Blurt Box Classroom Management Strategy to Reduce Blurting Out in Class | Classroom Management Ideas | Blurt Alert | Blurt Box | By The Pinspired Teacher
A Simple Way to Teach Classroom Procedures and Expectations • Teacher Thrive
A simple way to teach your students classroom procedures and expectations at the beginning of the school year
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I have had several teachers interested in different signs they have seen in my classroom, usually in the background of photos I've posted here or on my class Facebook pages. Always one to help out, I've created a Google Docs folder for them and opened it to anyone with the link to view it. I'll keep putting files there-they are typically just downloaded from the internet or compiled by me, so they are usually 8.5X11" signs. The photos of this post are examples of what you'll find there…
Classroom Procedures Flowchart...
At a staff meeting we were all asked to create a classroom procedures flowchart. At first I went "yuck, more work" but then I realized this is the greatest thing ever!!! It is simple and easy to make...I used Power Point because that is what I was in at the moment. Fell free to download it for idea inspiration. I had them laminated, one for each table. If someone is not sure what to do next the manager of that table will hand them a flowchart. It has changed my world!
I'm setting up my room this week and thought I'd share a few pics- these ones are from last year. This year I walked into my room and the whole bulletin board above was taken down and replaced with cabinets! I LOVE the extra storage space, but now I have to reconfigure my room set-up quite a bit- I have only one bulletin board left! Anyways, hopes this helps someone who is struggling to come up with ideas for their art room!
8 Fundamental Routines That Will Transform Your Art Room - The Art of Education University
Art class can be a messy whirlwind of chaos if expectations and routines aren’t established or consistent. Routines provide sanity and safety for both the teacher and the students. When students know what is expected of them, there’s less room for confusion, and in turn, less room for misbehavior. Below are the essential routines that […]
Adventures in Art Education
Stick figures have finally driven me insane enough to make a poster. We teach shape man and proportion, but kids always revert to that darn stick person! Next order of business...corner suns.
Back to School 2015-2016
This school year is going to be a little different for me since I've got a little baby boy on the way! Baby Scobey is due October 17th and I can't wait! Anyways, here's a tour of the art room.... Mrs. Scobey's ART ROOM TOUR! Here's my "Colors!" Bulletin Board. In the past, I've had famous artist's works of art all numbered 1 through 9. I decided to change this up at the end of the year to colors. I use this a lot when lining up tables. Instead of just saying, "table number 1 line up", I say…
Art Room/ Organization
Welcome to Art! ART ROOM at ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY I found out in the summer of 2018 that I was no longer going to have to teach art from a cart at Roosevelt, and I’d have my very own art room!…
Art Values and Rules
I spent the summer looking at my class and my curriculum but one thing that I did was read the book Discipline with Dignity. It changed my thinking about how to run my classroom. I always thought that I had to not smile until after Christmas break and that all rules are non-negotiable. If you break a rule 3 times its a detention, etc. etc. The problem was that I don't fit that mold. Discipline with Dignity gave me back my personality and my own way to run my classroom. I love it. I discussed…