Classroom Management

Classroom Management

Catalog No. today's schools, teachers need to have a wide range of practical strategies to address common student behaviors that arise in their classrooms. Kenneth Shore, psychologist and

Introducing Whole Brain Teaching to a first grade class.

Day Starting WBT Part 1 - In a grade classroom. Definitely couldn't teach first grade. And their is one kid's voice that is driving me nuts, but this teacher does a great introduction to her graders on the first day of school.

Nancy Stoltenberg, Whole Brain Teaching Director of Certification, leads her Lancaster, California second graders through a masterful lesson on antonyms.  This special study video is annotated to highlight key aspects of a WBT lesson.  Nancy begins with an anticipatory set, then moves on to the lessons question, answer with gesture, examples il...

Nancy Stoltenberg, Whole Brain Teaching Director of Certification, leads her Lancaster, California second graders through a masterful lesson on antonyms.

These third grade math centers cover almost every single 3rd grade standard! Perfect for guided math! There are centers included for multiplication, division, area and perimeter, elapsed time, fractions and so much more!

Third Grade Math Centers Bundle

These third grade math centers cover almost every single grade standard! Perfect for guided math! There are centers included for multiplication, division, area and perimeter, elapsed time, fractions and so much more!

▶️ Demonstates several classroom managment techniques. Whole Brain Teaching: First Grade, Singular Nouns - YouTube

Watch as Canadian teacher Liann Nutini uses classic Whole Brain Teaching techniques to guide her first graders through a lesson on singular nouns.

Each popscicle stick has an activity on it {like spin 3x, jump rope, macarena, seat swap, etc...}.  When I see that the kids are starting to fade away, I stop and say "man, our brains need to take a break...lets do a brain break." Then I randomly select a popsicle stick and we do the activity together.  The kids absolutely go NUTS for these fun little activities.  None last longer than a minute and it's a great way to get them focused!

"BRAIN BREAK" STICKS -- Each popscicle stick has an activity on it {like spin jump rope, macarena, seat swap, etc. When the kids are starting to fade away, randomly select a popsicle stick and do the activity together.

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