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Why Classrooms Need Consequences | Teach 4 the Heart Excellent post! All educators should read this!

Why Classrooms Need Consequences

Recently in my interactions with some fellow teachers, I’ve been shocked and saddened to hear how many teachers have their hands tied with this restriction: No negative consequences.

7 Things Our Students Should Be Saying about Us

7 Things Our Students Should Be Saying about Us

7 Things Our Students Should Be Saying about Us - If we’ve developed a balanced, caring classroom, here’s some things our students might say about us.

101 Teaching Tips to Reach Their Hearts & Challenge Their Minds

101 Teaching Tips

101 Teaching Tips - Teach 4 the Heart FREE ebook - 101 Teaching Tips to Reach Their Hearts & Challenge Their Minds

How to Show Real Love to the Kids

How to Show Real Love to the Kids (Even When They’re Not Acting Lovable)

Our rapport with our students makes a huge difference in our classroom management! How to Show Real Love to the Kids (Even When They're Not Acting Lovable)

27 claves para ser mejor educador del S.XXI

'Morphing into a Century Teacher: 27 Ways to be a Better Century Educator' - inspiring info graphic by Mia MacMeekin, University Teacher/ Researcher in Massachusetts

Logical Consequences for Breaking the Rules~  Rather than lose recess, connect the consequence to the inappropriate behavior.  One approach is a brief time out so the student can calm down, and then reparative action to "fix" the situation such as taping the torn paper or apologizing to the child whose feelings were hurt.  Good post with helpful action chart!

Logical Consequences in the Classroom

Logical Consequences for Breaking the Rules~ Rather than lose recess, connect the consequence to the inappropriate behavior. Great reminder, and though it is written for elementary school, I completely see ways to use in my grade English class.

What to Do if Your Students Control You

What to Do if Your Students Control You

What to do if your students control you. So to anyone else out there who feels like their students control them – or at least feels like their classroom isn’t as controlled as they’d like it to be – here are some suggestions to help you get back on track.

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