Behavior Management Resources

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From behavioral observation to conflict resolution, the printables and articles below will help you manage classroom discipline. Read veteran teachers' tips and advice on establishing rules and incorporating effective behavior techniques in your classroom. You'll find advice for handling disruptive behavior and environmental interventions for minimizing its effect on other students. Our forms and charts are excellent tools for documenting and tracking your students' behavior. They are particularly helpful references for parent-teacher conferences.

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    Learning from Mistakes Student Worksheet

    This printable worksheet on the benefits of making mistakes and persisting ... read more

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    Cyber Bullying: A Guide for Teachers

    Use this teacher's guide along with Unfriended by Rachel Vail to discuss cy... read more

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    After the River the Sun Classroom Guide

    A quest and an adventure tale combine with a story of friendship, family, a... read more

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    How It Went Down Common Core Teacher's Guide

    Use young adult literature to initiate thoughtful classroom discussion abou... read more

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    A Monster Calls Discussion Guide

    Use these discussion questions with your students or book group. A Monster ... read more

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    Bluefish Classroom Ideas

    Bluefish, by Pat Schmatz, addresses themes of illiteracy, adolescence and i... read more

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    Mockingbird Discussion Guide

    Use the discussion questions in this guide to examine the complex social an... read more

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    Discussion Guide for Violence 101

    Engage your students in discussion before and after reading Violence 101, a... read more

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    Educator's Guide for Playground

    Reach reluctant readers with the semi-autobiographical novel Playground by ... read more

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    Discussion Guide to Bystander

    Lead a serious classroom discussion about bullying, cyber-bullying, and "th... read more