Teachers must be consistent in their efforts. Setting expectations and consequences are useless if you do not follow through.
Fair isn’t always equal. What is fair and appropriate for one student may not be for another. Keep this in mind when developing goals and expectations for behavior.
A sense of community:
Create a sense of community by involving students in their behavior management and classroom management roles. This gives them a sense of ownership, and personal and group responsibility.
Use of subtle cues to redirect:
Things such as the “teacher look,” standing near the misbehaving student, a gentle tap on the shoulder, and call and response type signals.
Knowledge of students:
Know your students and their temperaments.
Multiple levels of consequences:
Implement multiple levels of consequences with the least responsive action to the most responsive action.
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