Adolescent Counseling Tool: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control
This counseling tool teaches adolescents how to identify things that are within their control or that are outside of their control. This can help students with anxiety, self-control, anger, and issues with accepting personal responsibility. This packet of posters, a worksheet, and task cards will pr...
Lindsey 💗’s Instagram photo: “It is finished! From playing City Manager and stamping my kids approval notices to watching other classes awe at their hard work, this was…”
171 Likes, 18 Comments - Lindsey 💗 (@thetexasteacher14) on Instagram: “It is finished! From playing City Manager and stamping my kids approval notices to watching other…”
5 Steps to Help Kids Resolve Conflicts | Sunshine Parenting
All too often, we parents tend to rescue our kids from conflict; at camp, kids have a great opportunity to learn to resolve such challenges on their own.
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9 Guaranteed Ways to Stop Students from Blurting Out | The Pinspired Teacher
Are your classroom rules of not blurting out or interrupting being broken non-stop throughout your day? Yeah, me too. That is what led me to find guaranteed ways to stop students from blurting out in class that you too will be able to add to your classroom management bag of tricks because they are...
Anchor Charts - Cause and Effect
Here are a few great anchor charts on Cause and Effect from around the web: From Second Grade Smarty Arties From Room 201 at...
How to Give Choices & Improve the Most Challenging Behaviors
Got a kid who likes to be in charge of everything and make all the decisions? Choices might help with behavior. Find out how in this post.
10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Management
Middle school veteran Jennifer Gonzalez identifies 10 ineffective habits new teachers often develop and proposes some better classroom management techniques.