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What do you guys do for your classroom management? I am new to 1st and looking for ideas. Thanks!


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smartclassroommanagement.com. Great online newsletters. Everything you need for classroom management.
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Thanks to PT! I do divide the day and start fresh in the afternoon.
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This year I'm doing whole brain teaching....started it last year and adding more this year!
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Ne really clear in your expectations and stick to them. Keep the expectations simple to begin with and raise them as the children get used to them. Adapt them for those with special needs/ESL. Use photos of the children displaying the appropriate behaviour as part of rules/expectations in the classroom.

Follow the policies in place when it comes to behaviour management, and keep talking to your teaching team about these if you have questions.


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I have used Love and Logic for years and find it very effective.
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I use Class Dojo. I love the simplicity of it all, yet really providing thorough data for students, parents, & teacher. You create the points based on your needs. Students receive positive or negative points throughout the day and can even change their avatar if they so choose. Parents can log on anytime of the day to see how many points their child has received and in what area. The data can be printed out by day, week, or month. I allow students to cash in their points at the end of the week (actually bi-weekly) since I can't keep up. You can create any type of rewards; I have take off shoes for the day; stickers; switch seats with anyone; sit in rolling chair; write with fancy pens/pencils; free puzzle time; free computer time, etc. The list is endless. As the year progresses, I have my teacher helper award the points, as well as individual students give themselves neg/pos points. Check it out at classdojo.com
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