Bell ringers, warm-ups, morning work, brain activators…Whatever you call them, these beginning of class tasks can, in fact, be classroom management game-changers! Bell ringers for 6th-grade history can be used to assess and activate student learning, calm the chaos, establish a predictable routine, and make transitions easier. Not to
Using Digital Daily Agendas to Create Better Classroom Routines
Teachers, today I want to share a game-changing classroom management tool with you:Digital Daily Agendas! Using this strategy is so simple, but has such a huge impact on helping your class run smoothly. If you’re not sure whether these agendas are right for you, here are 4 ways that they can
Top Teacher Problems!
While being in the classroom as well as lurking on teacher forums such as “A to Z Teacher Stuff”, I see the same complaints time and time again. “There’s not enough time in my day” “I work way too much with little appreciation. I’m just over it.” “I have
Behavior Management in the Classroom!
Behavior Management Tips for New Teachers! Behavior Management is a challenge that every new teacher faces. Unfortunately, teachers cannot be 100% prepared on how to effectively manage an entire classroom in their credential program alone. It is something that we have to put into practice and figure