Posts tagged behavior plan
Three Simple Ways to Improve Communication with Families

One of the best ways to improve relationships with your students is to build strong connections with their families. With all there is to do in a day, this step can be one of the most difficult to do. However, building strong communication with parents and guardians is vital to ensuring students succeed in the classroom.

There are ways to make it work - no matter how much time you have or what type of tools you have access to. Here are three simple ways to build connections and improve communication with your students’ families.

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Support Struggling Students with Powerful Mentor Meetings

Building personal connections is one of the most important components of being a successful teacher. When students know you care, they are more apt to listen to and learn from you. This is especially true for students who are struggling. Mentor Meetings is one classroom management strategy that really works. Partnering students with adults who care is a great way to encourage, build trust, and extend a student’s community.

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One Simple Way to Boost Positivity During the Holidays

One Simple Way to Boost Positivity During the Holidays | The weeks surrounding the holidays can be hectic and busy to say the least. Schedule changes, special events, and classroom parties can make classroom management difficult. This free tool is the perfect resource for boosting positivity and is one of the easiest classroom management strategies I’ve used. It’s easy to implement and super effective in turning students’ attention to others during the holidays. |

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The Fastest Free Way to Spread Positivity in the Classroom

The Fastest Free Way to Spread Positivity in the Classroom | Proactively stop negative behaviors before they begin by incorporating positive behavior management strategies in the classroom.  Rather than being inundated with negative tattling of poor behavior, create a positive classroom environment with this free simple tool.  It’s a sure-fire way to increase positivity and reduce negative behaviors in your classroom. Let me tell you how. |

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