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Looking for an anchor chart
Old 08-29-2015, 05:02 AM
 
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I am looking for an anchor chart that my students can use to solve interpersonal problems. I want it to be something I can refer them to when problems arise so that when they come to me I can say "Have you tried solving the problem with the strategies on the chart?"

I feel like this should be easy to come up with myself, but quite honestly, my brain is so fried after this week.

Does anyone know of such anchor charts? On pinterest, all that comes up is how to solve math problems. I'm probably not wording it correctly.


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Old 08-29-2015, 06:56 AM
 
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Try a search for "conflict resolution" or "getting along".
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Apology of Action
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Try typing in "Apology of Action" in the Proteacher search and you should get posts from the old Magnolia Room (Responsive Classroom) that have to do with this and the "Friendship Fix-It Corner" These posters have a little script that students works through to fix a problem they are having.

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Try this
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https://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=c...39;s%20choices


You can get posters and support info here

http://www.nestlearning.com/kelsos-c...o's_Choice

I did a search for Kelso's Choices.

I used this program with first graders and it was quite successful particularly at differentiating things the child could/should handle (and how to do so) and what to bring to the teacher.
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