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Have you ever noticed your students get a little more excited than usual during the days leading up to Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas? Do I
Creating an efficient learning environment that feels calm and easy to navigate so students can focus on learning is essential. Many teachers head into the
When students are part of the process of creating rules, they have a deeper understanding of them, feel a stronger connection to them, take ownership
Originally posted: February 28, 2016 | Updated: February 20, 2020 About 60% of our second grade day is spent in small group instruction, and our
One of the most exciting parts of being a teacher is having the creative freedom to experiment with routines and procedures that work best for
After a long school break, it is always important to revisit your classroom routines and expectations with students much like you did during the first
There’s not always a need for fancy chairs or furniture to create flexible seating options in your classroom. In fact, you can arrange your existing
A tidy classroom makes for more a productive learning space, but how do you maintain a tidy classroom? This post is filled with tips for getting your students genuinely involved in maintaining a tidy classroom environment each day so you as a teacher aren’t the only one working hard to maintain organization and tidiness throughout the school year.
Strong classroom management is one of the critical components to making your life as a teacher more smooth and enjoyable. No matter where you fall
The end of the school year is such a special time as testing winds down, and you finish teaching those last few standards. You may