April 20
Nolan McClosky
http://www.proteacher.com/030001.shtml


http://www.cec.sped.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Behavior_Management&Template=/TaggedPage/TaggedPageDisplay.cfm&TPLID=36&ContentID=5537
This shows what a proteacher would do in behavioral situations.

This shows why behavior management is important and how to have good behavior management in your class.
March27,2012
Prof.Hollatz
www.reading.org InternationalReadingAssociation
This is a wonderful website with many helpful resources for classroom management of reading programs.
3/28/12
Anita Calph
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1-minute video. The 3 B's: Managing Classroom Interruptions
[Grades K-2, all subjects, Behavior]
3/28/12
shannon klinger
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I always love this idea in a classroom
3/28/12
shannon klinger
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This is a good problem solving practice for misbehaving students.
4/3/12
Stephanie Warwick
Managing behavior.
Managing behavior.
Use clothespins to move students pins to their level of learning!

4/3/12
Stephanie Warwick
we have this in the room im in now and it works well because they are fun for the kids (especially spy talk!)
we have this in the room im in now and it works well because they are fun for the kids (especially spy talk!)
Great way to let students know the appropriate voice level!
4/4/12
Madeline Miles

New school behavior management. This is a real possibility for those who have a smart phone and an iPad. Very cool app.
4/4/12
Madeline Miles
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Yes there are green, yellow,and red colors but they mean totally new things. I really like this idea because of the "make it right circle." I think reflection is an important piece to improving behavior.
4/4/12
Brooke Stade
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Use coupons in the classroom rather than toys when students earn rewards!
4/4/12
Brooke Stade
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Fun and catchy reward cards to hand out to students who listen and behave during class!
4/5/12
Tabatha Muraida
display for bucket fillers
display for bucket fillers
bucket fillers
bucket fillers
Great way to encourage great behavior that is rewarding to not only their peers but to themselves.
4/5/12
Ashley Reed
http://gigglesgalorenmore.blogspot.com/2011/08/tattle-monster.html
Tattle Monsters Blog Post
A box for students to put unimportant "Tattles" in.
4/5/12
Ashley Reed
http://www.honorlevel.com/x46.xml
Discipline techniques that backfire.
4/5/12
Brittany Longust
http://www.projectidealonline.org/behavior-management.php
This is a great resource for managing behavior in your classroom.
4/5/12
Anita Calph
http://www.ilovethatteachingidea.com/ideas/030507_flower_for_a_friend.htm
Flower for a Friend!
4/5/12
Brittany Longust
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Mystery Motivator! Cut out the letters of words that spell out a prize for good behavior. Every time your students get caught having good behavior have them flip over one card. Once all the cards are flipped the class gets to enjoy the prize! This is a great way to help your whole class stay in line!
4/6/12
Erin Fredenburg
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Calm Down Jar. shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up. This one is a really great technique to use in lieu of timeout.
4/7/12
Hong Vo
http://www.teachwithme.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=617&category_id=28&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=90
windows of good behavior
4/7/12
Hong Vo
http://mrsleeskinderkids.blogspot.com/p/rainbow-system.html
rainbow system; good for behavior and for learning the colors of the rainbow
4/8/12
Christine Voigt
http://littlestlearners.blogspot.com/2011/01/best-thing-ever.html
This blog uses the clothes pin behavior chart but with a twist. When the students reach outstanding they earn a start on their clothes pin after five stars they get a new clothes pin and each time they earn five stars change their clothes pin to a new color of the rainbow.
4/8/12
Erin Fredenburg
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This blog has a "management Monday" post and this is one that allows the entire class to work as a whole to gain brownie points for their reward..

4/5/12
Ashley Reed
http://caryville2ndgrade.blogspot.com/2011/09/parts-may-come-and-go.html
Using Mr. Potato Head as Behavior Management
4/8/12
Christine Voigt
http://allthingskatiemarie.blogspot.com/2012/01/tattle-jar.html
This blog has an awesome idea for behavior management, a tattle jar. When kids want to tattle instead of tattling you tell them to put it in the jar. Posted above the jar is a chart explaining the difference between reporting and tattling.
4/9/12
Sharon Whightsil

The PDF lists the top signs of trouble in children grades K-5. These items would be things to keep on your radar to address before the student gets to the point where their behavior is not manageable.
4/9/12
Sharon Whightsil
attentive, alert, calm, cheerful, well-groomed, coordinated, makes appropriate eye contact, understandable speech, animated, spontaneous, fluent, engaging, articulate, thoughtful, open, stays on task, consistent, goal-directed, well-mannered, uses trial and error approach, orderly, deliberate, persistent, inquisitive, variable motivation level, accepts mistakes, adaptable, transitions well, learns from doing, notes detail, willing to try again, applies him- or herself, shows effort, thinks before acting, asks for help, cooperative, follows one-step directions, follows two-step directions, follows multi-step directions, requires repetion of directions, ignores distractions, needs time to transition, recognizes errors, able to spell, creatively spells, memorizes, words, passive learner, actively involved in learning, requires information in a variety of modes, needs visual cues, requires preparation for transition, helpful, takes iniative
Retrieved from:
http://www.teachervision.fen.com/report-cards/resource/5589.html
Positive Terms for Describing Student Behavior
These phrases were compiled as a way to help in writing an IEP, but can be useful in positively communicating the way the student is behaving in the classroom.
4/10/12
Rachel Miller
http://hilaryishappy.blogspot.com/2009/06/hello-summer.html
This blog is by a parent but you can still adapt her "uh-oh" jar to the classroom for whenever a child is misbehaving.
4/10/12
Rachel Miller
http://imom.com/parenting/tweens/parenting/training/21-creative-consequences/
This website can give you disciplinary ideas for your classroom.
4/11/2012
Tabatha Muraida
http://www.freeprintablebehaviorcharts.com/exercise_behavior_charts.htm
This website gives you great ideas and already made behavior charts that you can use for any age group and andy subject.
4/11/12
Korey Fraser
http://www.teachercreated.com/blog/2008/10/tips-for-student-behavior/
Tips for managing student behavior!
4/11/12
Korey Fraser
http://www.eyeoneducation.com
50 ways to improve student behavior book!
4/13/12
Lauren Saccone
Teacher Binder/ LOVE THIS LADY! I wish I was this organized!
Teacher Binder/ LOVE THIS LADY! I wish I was this organized!

4/13/12
Lauren Saccone
Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss

April 13, 2012
Teshia Krause
Ticket+Awards+Good+Behavior
Ticket+Awards+Good+Behavior

I thought this was a good idea for students with good behavior. You give them a ticket and they can win something.
April 13, 2012
Teshia Krause
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I used to have this in school!
4/16/12
Jimmy Thomas
http://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video;_ylt=A2KLqIAB54xP_xsALhz7w8QF;_ylu=X3oDMTBrNHJqN2l0BHNlYwNzZWFyY2gEdnRpZANWMTIz?p=improving+student+behavior&fr=att-portal&ei=utf-8&fr2=piv-web&n=21&tnr=21
Creating positive behavior in the classroom.
4/16/12
Jimmy Thomas
http://mrsbarwicksclassroom.com/BehaviorSystem.html
Implementing a behavior system is important.
4/16/12
Jimmy Thomas
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The wrong way to discipline a student.
04/16/12
Erin Pali
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This could be used in the lower and upper elementary years. It allows students to examine their behavior away from the bad situation they were in.

04/16/12
Erin Pali
http://www.odu.edu/ao/instadv/quest/101s.html
Great principles to consider when disciplining a child or a class.

4/17/12
Shadai Yescas
Tips for teachers managing student behavior:
  • Be consistent;
  • Be prepared for the students who will test the rules.
    Consequences should be fair and consistently applied.
    Implement well-planned lessons.
    Do not threaten students with a consequence unless you are ready to carry it out. Do not be judgmental; Never put off discipline Make sure students understand the rules and the consequences. Show a true interest in all of the students.Allow for flexibilityBe prepared for the students who will test the rules.
Tips for Managing Student Behavior

4/17/12
Shadai Yescas
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Behavior charts:
This site provides a unique blend of professional expertise and practical parenting. They provide parents with information, education, and resources. These behavior charts are printable and customizable.

4/17/12
Nora Nickle
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4/17/12
Nora Nickle
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4-17-12
Melanie Fortenberry
http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/joepublic/2010/feb/09/pupil-behaviour-management-tips
They make some really good points here. Good tips to keep your sanity and keep everyone behaving well.

4/17/12
Connie Koven
http://www.proteacher.com/030001.shtml
This site hosts forums with links to reliable information about behavior management as well as first hand experiences where educators share what works or doesn’t.

4/17/12
Connie Koven
http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/classroom-behavior.html
Information and ideas about positive behavior incentives and how to track and handle misbehavior.

4/18/12
Deb Green
www.alfiekohn.org/parenting/gi.htm
5 good reasons to stop saying "Good Job" for parents and teachers.
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4/18/12
Deb Green
www.isms.schooloop.com/post
Uses a coupon reward system for desired behavior called the "Viking Coupo Program".

4/19/12
Ashton Ebner
http://seusstastic.blogspot.com/2011/09/behavior-coupon-freebie.html
This is a whole website of different coupons to use for good behavior.

4/19/12
Ashton Ebner
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Each students starts the day with a yellow coin, if they misbehave the teacher turns over the coin to red as a "warning" if something happens again they get it taken away and then a punishment comes into place. This way to teacher doesn't have to interrupt class to give warnings.

4/19/12
Bridgett
Thompson
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This a student
behavior chart with
pictures included
that will grab
the students
attention. Also each
student has a
clothespin with
their name on it that
goes with the
behavior chart.

4/19/12
Bridgett
Thompson
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In the classroom without the teacher having to interrupt the class they can walk over by the student and hold up the sign. Also in the younger grades when going on field trips the signs are a good thing to use as well.

4/20/12
Joy Busby
http://www.teachervision.fen.com/classroom-discipline/resource/5806.html
A great site for tips on managing behavior in the classroom.

4/20/12
Joy Busby
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/archives/behaviortips.shtmlA
In this site's archives there is a tip of the week for behavior managing. A good tool to remember.