Teacher Characteristics & Classroom Management: Clearly State Rules and Consequences Part 2 of 10 - Bully Prevention Partners

Teacher Characteristics & Classroom Management: Clearly State Rules and Consequences Part 2 of 10 - Bully Prevention Partners

In this Class, we learn! (Acronym)

Long range classroom goals-I like that these are simple yet good goals to have in a second or third grade class. I also like that they are displayed in the front of the room for all kids to see.

We Teach High School: First days: Rules

LOVE the hashtags. At a middle school level, a lot of them are centered around social media. This is a way to put the "rules" in terms that they can understand

Maybe we could adjust this to something we can use during circle time?

I need to put my class rules, and teamwork word building on a "class expectations" board! If you can have a focus wall, reiterating expectations on a wall for reference is ideal!

Poster display for classroom expectations and community building

"In Our Classroom" {Posters for Classroom Expectations and Community Building}

Classroom Management : Teacher Tools: First Days of Middle School - Forms, Checklists, and Protocols - Tools For School

Classroom Management : Teacher Tools: First Days of Middle School - Forms, Checklists, and Protocols - Tools For School Discuss what each of these looks like, sounds like, ext.

Pinterest Pick 3!: August | It Happened in Third

Pinterest Pick 3!: August

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Back-to-School Routines & Procedures-a helpful reminder of what to practice in the beginning and throughout the year!

Especially Education —

I've had a few people ask me how I made my You Are Loved banner, and it's actually pretty easy! Here's how I made mine: Cut butcher paper to size. (I had to double-layer my paper since I was

These belief statements can change an entire classroom culture. Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals my class holds about our classroom, our work together, and the world.

Classroom Expectations and Belief Subway Art: We Believe

These belief statements can change an entire classroom culture. Rather than introducing or creating ‘class rules’, these basic tenants are ideals a class holds about their classroom, work together, and the world.

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