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In-school suspension should help students think about their behavior, not cause boredom.

In-school suspension programs are implemented as a means of holding students accountable for disruptive behavior without removing them from the campus. It is an alternative to traditional suspension, .

One principal's idea about students' suspensions; helping kids handle adverse childhood experiences

Lincoln High School in Walla Walla, WA tries a new approach to school discipline - suspensions drop Powerful, loving response to kids under stress. Both parents & educators should read this.

Activities for Children With Behavioral Problems

Activities for Children With Behavioral Problems

children who suffer with often experience severe distress, physical complaints, social withdrawal, or school problems that interfere with daily life functions.

How to Get Kids to Listen When You’re Just a Sub - Teach 4 the Heart  Great tips for substitute teachers.

7 Classroom Management Secrets for Substitutes

Substitutes, I don’t have to tell you that you have a unique and challenging job, especially when it comes to classroom management. I reader recently emailed with a great question: “How do I get st…

Are you worried about classroom management? Check out these tips for preventing behaviour problems in your students.

These are tips for preventing behaviour problems in your students before they begin. If you can prevent them from happening that behaviour plans will not be necessary.

Practical classroom management ideas - creating routines and procedures for high school students.

High School Classroom Management

I chose this pin because it gave great classroom management ideas on creating routines and procedures for high school students at the start, during, and end of class.

What to do when a student refuses to work. I knownthis... I do this, but I needed a good reminder too.

What to do when a student constantly refuses to work

There’s at least one in every classroom--yep, I’m talking about the kid who just sits there, and doesn’t work. The one who needs constant cajoling to put pencil

Here are some ways to keep your emotions in check when dealing with disrespectful student behavior.

Keeping Your Cool When Student Behavior Gets Tough

Let’s face it: Even the best of us have moments when a child’s behavior just makes us want to throw a desk across the classroom and run screaming from the building. But being able to keep your emotions under control …

Avoid power struggles ~ Learn how to intervene and establish helpful protocol/procedures. (Blog post from A Peach for the Teach.)

Thankful I haven't had to deal with this extreme with my kiddos, but I think it would be helpful to many. Learn how to intervene and establish appropriate protocol/procedures for handling tantrums, meltdowns, storms, or rages. A Peach for the Teach

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