Classroom Management Teacher Resources
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Classroom Management Tips
Putting a well-thought-out classroom management plan into place can make the school year go smoothly.
Good Classroom Management Can Lead to a Great Year
My top techniques for effective classroom management and a great year.
Classroom Management Principles and Techniques
Effective classroom management is essential in order for your school year to go well.
Classroom Management Systems: Part 2
The "Class vs. Mr. Harrison Game" is the second of my classroom management systems.
Classroom Management Systems: Part 1
Keeping track of "transitions" is one of my classroom management systems.
Classroom Management Systems- Part 3
The "Weekly Section Winner" is the third of my classroom management systems.
How to Recognize the Positive: Classroom Management Lesson Plans
A better classroom environment is created when teachers start focusing on the positive, and not the negative, behavior.
Classroom Cash Incentive Plan
Young scholars are rewarded for behavior by the use of a classroom incentive plan that they design themselves.
Classroom Management Tips For A Great Year
Classroom management lesson plans can give teachers and students the information they need to kick off the year right.
Forest Management Techniques
Students work as a group to determine a management plan for an imaginary forest. In this forestry lesson, students discuss timber management techniques and develop a list of pros and cons for the techniques. They develop a management plan for an imaginary forest based on the discussion.
End of the Year Lesson Plans and Activities
End of the year lesson plans can help you and your students finish the year right.
Campus Habitat Improvement Plan
Students work to improve a plot of land. They assess the needs of the environment and formulate a plan. They plant trees and gardens, build bird boxes, construct waterholes. etc.
Classroom Management Using Gandhian and Kingian Principles of Nonviolence
Tenth graders study the concept of civil disobedience. In this Current Events lesson, 10th graders participate in a survey that nominates students for hard work and exemplifies nonviolence.
Students are taken through the design process to develop a system of time management for themselves and others. They practice participating in a critique of other students' time schedules and modify and improve their initial time schedule in light of a critique session.
Creating and Restoring Health Forests
Students explore how to create and restore healthy forests. Given a scenario, teams of students create a management plan to assist the forest in becoming healthy, safe, and appealing. Students consider the ecosystem, adaptations of the animals, and the interdependence between animals and other organisms.
Landfills: A Solid Waste Management Plan
Learners are able to list the types of household waste that they produce daily. They are able to describe some other types of waste that are produced by industry or agriculture to help maintain their lifestyles. Students are able to explain the fate of some of their household waste.
I Can Manage Myself (ICMM) Club
Students who have disruptively talked or created a disturbance during a lesson then write an essay about respect. They read an explanation of what respect looks like in the classroom and copy an explanation about why talkative behavior is disruptive.
What is a Peaceful Classroom?
Young scholars discuss the topic of peace and community. They identify their own examples to support their own idea of peace. They create a list of items that would make their classroom a more peaceful place.
How to Web 2.0 Accessorize Your Classroom
Become a digital citizen. Follow the scripted directions of this resource to create a technologically integrated webpage for your classroom. Class members learn how to create a class blog, an Internet start page, a classroom wiki, and other technology options. A great resource with great links.
Kerpoof Lesson Plan: Crazy Angles!
Students make a movie. In this geometry lesson, students review basic angle vocabulary, use their bodies to represent different angles, measure different angles found in the classroom, watch a movie about angles online and complete a worksheet. Students then create their own movie about angles and degrees of rotation.