We've chosen some of our favorite classroom management and planning tools to help you get your classroom off to an organized start. Click through this selection of resources to find advice about classroom discipline, a behavior analysis log, techniques for getting to know your students, a lesson planning form, and much more.
Learn time-saving techniques that will help you quickly and effectively familiarize students with school rules. In this printable, veteran teachers explain how you can use a simple "Student Success Code" in your classroom to remind students of the rules throughout the school year.
Successfully manage your elementary classroom and students with these helpful tips.
This blank, customizable lesson plan form is ready to be filled in with the week's objectives. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this especially useful for organizing their curriculum.
The amount of effort a teacher puts into meeting students is a critical benchmark for most children. This article describes five ways to meet and greet your students throughout the school year.
Send this letter home to parents to help you know your students better.
Read this article to better understand the difference between praise and encouragement and when to use each method as a form of motivation for your students.
Analyze behavior incidents with this customizable, printable form. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when they're testing different methods for behavior management.
Get instant ideas on how to manage your toughest behavior challenges. You'll find advice from teachers on how to motivate students, prevent annoying classroom distractions, manage hyperactivity, deal with an argumentative student, and much more. These strategies will help you improve behavior management in your classroom.