Managing Your Class
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Everything you need to know about how to set the stage for good behavior in your classroom . . . and how to handle students' misbehavior with finesse.
General procedures, daily tasks, and other activities to help you ward off some classroom behavior problems.
Brush up on these three types of logical consequences so you can use them when kids test the limits.
Students are more likely to buy into the rules if they have a hand in creating them. Start with this list of adaptable ideas.
Eight helpful grouping techniques and tips to help you implement them in your classroom
You can breathe a sigh of relief now! Here's expert advice on what to do when students act up and personalities clash.
Posting rules and procedures isn't enough; you have to teach them. Here's how to get started.
Develop new methods of managing behavior problems. Here are descriptions of seven common challenging classroom situations and how to handle them.
Maintain better control and establish a calmer, more productive atmosphere for your students. Bill Rogers, author of Behavior Management, identifies five classroom behavior problems and offers strategies for handling them.
Experienced teachers tell you how to deal with disruptions and keep you class schedule on track.
Before students can grow intellectually, they have to feel safe emotionally. This checklist will help you assess to what degree your school community practices the kinds of beliefs and behaviors that contribute to an emotionally safe environment.