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New Teacher! Tips for Classroom management! Behavior management is the most important aspect of a strong classroom. Once you find your behavior management style, you can easily get control of your new class- even the tough ones!

Tips for Classroom management! Behavior is the most important aspect of a strong classroom. Learn how to get control of your new class- even the tough ones!

Classroom behavior management for elementary students for the month of November!

Happy November, teacher friends! I love this season so much in the classroom! You can really feel that the breaks are so close and Christmas is in the air! Sometimes, along with that comes the need for more redirection because students can sense it, too. That's when I pull out a classroom behavior management game to get us back on track. The goal of these games is to take students from being extrinsically motivated to intrinsically motivated. I want them to make the right choice because it's…

Your classroom can't stop talking, a chatty class might be getting the best of you. If you need to restructure your behavior management skills check out these strategies and ideas to get you back… More

Your classroom can't stop talking, a chatty class might be getting the best of you. If you need to restructure your behavior management skills check out these strategies and ideas to get you back… More

The Whole Class Reward System That Encourages Positive Behaviour! {FREEBIE}

Whole class rewards are perfect to encourage classroom culture and a team approach to learning! I have the perfect (and super easy) printable to be used as a whole class reward system... STAR JAR!

Classroom management strategies for a talkative class.

Do you have a chatty class? I am seeing lots of teachers asking for help with very talkative classes in different teacher groups. I have definitely had my share of chatty groups, but I really struggled with the group I had this year. I found that I really had to take a step back and reteach my classroom expectations. I do not expect students to be silent all the time, but I wanted them to understand when it's appropriate to talk to their friends and when it's not. It had gotten to the point…