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Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips | The Learning Effect

Class Meeting Slips allow your students to privately communicate with you about what's going on in your classroom. They are perfect for morning meetings , class meetings , status of the class , or to simply address things, as needed. Slips are included for giving kudos to another student for something positive, asking a question, requesting help, reporting a problem, or giving a suggestion.

Some years you get an easy class - one that allows you to actually do your job effectively and reminds you of why you went into teaching. Other years, you may have a class that makes you wonder if you'll make it through the whole year without losing your mind. These 10 classroom management tips have helped save my sanity during those tough years! Written for elementary teachers, these ideas and strategies are perfect to use for substitutes as well. #thelearningeffect #classroommanagement

10 Classroom Management Tips | The Learning Effect

Easily improve your classroom management with these 10 tips! Get 7 free management tools to use in your classroom today. Learn more.

Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips

Class meeting slips are a great way to keep your classroom community flourishing! They can be used during a scheduled morning meeting or addressed as needed. Students are often more likely to open up if they can do so anonymously, or in written form rather than face-to-face. Class meeting slips allo...

An easy classroom management idea for managing student interruptions - hand signals! These printable posters are editable and will minimize wasted time while you're teaching, allowing you to see student needs without stopping the lesson. Pre-made hand signals include: I have an answer, I have a question, I have a comment, I agree, May I have a sharp pencil, May I get a tissue, May I get a drink, and May I use the restroom? #thelearningeffect

Hand Signals for Classroom Management | Editable

Class Hand Signals are the perfect way to manage student needs during a lesson. With hand signals, students can silently let you know what they need. Teachers can easily distinguish between a question, answer, and comment - that way, you can save the comments for later! Save 25% by purchasing this r...

Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips | The Learning Effect

Class Meeting Slips allow your students to privately communicate with you about what's going on in your classroom. They are perfect for morning meetings , class meetings , status of the class , or to simply address things, as needed. Slips are included for giving kudos to another student for something positive, asking a question, requesting help, reporting a problem, or giving a suggestion.

An easy classroom management idea for managing student interruptions - hand signals! These printable posters are editable and will minimize wasted time while you're teaching, allowing you to see student needs without stopping the lesson. Pre-made hand signals include: I have an answer, I have a question, I have a comment, I agree, May I have a sharp pencil, May I get a tissue, May I get a drink, and May I use the restroom? #thelearningeffect

Hand Signals for Classroom Management | The Learning Effect

Using hand signals as nonverbal communication can dramatically change your classroom management ! Students can easily let you know when they need something in the form of a hand signal. You'll know if they need to use the restroom, have a question or comment, or need a sharp pencil. These editable posters allow you to decide what hand signals you'll use in your classroom. 4 different skin tones

Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips

Class meeting slips are a great way to keep your classroom community flourishing! They can be used during a scheduled morning meeting or addressed as needed. Students are often more likely to open up if they can do so anonymously, or in written form rather than face-to-face. Class meeting slips allo...

An easy classroom management idea for managing student interruptions - hand signals! These printable posters are editable and will minimize wasted time while you're teaching, allowing you to see student needs without stopping the lesson. Pre-made hand signals include: I have an answer, I have a question, I have a comment, I agree, May I have a sharp pencil, May I get a tissue, May I get a drink, and May I use the restroom? #thelearningeffect

Hand Signals for Classroom Management | Editable

Class Hand Signals are the perfect way to manage student needs during a lesson. With hand signals, students can silently let you know what they need. Teachers can easily distinguish between a question, answer, and comment - that way, you can save the comments for later! Save 25% by purchasing this r...

Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips

Class meeting slips are a great way to keep your classroom community flourishing! They can be used during a scheduled morning meeting or addressed as needed. Students are often more likely to open up if they can do so anonymously, or in written form rather than face-to-face. Class meeting slips allo...

Class meetings in upper elementary are the perfect way for students to be heard. These slips are easy to use and include: I have something GOOD to report, I have a QUESTION, I need HELP, I have a PROBLEM, I have a SUGGESTION. Instead of using the slips for class meetings, they can be used as a classroom management tool for students to communicate needs to the teacher. #thelearningeffect

Class Meeting Slips | The Learning Effect

Class Meeting Slips allow your students to privately communicate with you about what's going on in your classroom. They are perfect for morning meetings , class meetings , status of the class , or to simply address things, as needed. Slips are included for giving kudos to another student for something positive, asking a question, requesting help, reporting a problem, or giving a suggestion.

An easy classroom management idea for managing student interruptions - hand signals! These printable posters are editable and will minimize wasted time while you're teaching, allowing you to see student needs without stopping the lesson. Pre-made hand signals include: I have an answer, I have a question, I have a comment, I agree, May I have a sharp pencil, May I get a tissue, May I get a drink, and May I use the restroom? #thelearningeffect

Hand Signals for Classroom Management | The Learning Effect

Using hand signals as nonverbal communication can dramatically change your classroom management ! Students can easily let you know when they need something in the form of a hand signal. You'll know if they need to use the restroom, have a question or comment, or need a sharp pencil. These editable posters allow you to decide what hand signals you'll use in your classroom. 4 different skin tones

Some years you get an easy class - one that allows you to actually do your job effectively and reminds you of why you went into teaching. Other years, you may have a class that makes you wonder if you'll make it through the whole year without losing your mind. These 10 classroom management tips have helped save my sanity during those tough years! Written for elementary teachers, these ideas and strategies are perfect to use for substitutes as well. #thelearningeffect #classroommanagement

10 Classroom Management Tips | The Learning Effect

Easily improve your classroom management with these 10 tips! Get 7 free management tools to use in your classroom today. Learn more.

ClassDojo is not just for primary grades - it can work in the upper elementary grades, too! I have personally used ClassDojo for classroom management in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. In this blog post, you'll find ideas, rewards, positive points, negative points, how to use monsters in the classroom, and more! Free printables are included! #classdojo #classroommanagement #thelearningeffect

ClassDojo in the Upper Elementary Grades | The Learning Effect

ClassDojo can be used in upper elementary, too! It's a fun way to reward positive behaviors and track negative behaviors. FREE ClassDojo resources included.

ClassDojo is not just for primary grades - it can work in the upper elementary grades, too! I have personally used ClassDojo for classroom management in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. In this blog post, you'll find ideas, rewards, positive points, negative points, how to use monsters in the classroom, and more! Free printables are included! #classdojo #classroommanagement #thelearningeffect

ClassDojo in the Upper Elementary Grades | The Learning Effect

ClassDojo can be used in upper elementary, too! It's a fun way to reward positive behaviors and track negative behaviors. FREE ClassDojo resources included.

Some years you get an easy class - one that allows you to actually do your job effectively and reminds you of why you went into teaching. Other years, you may have a class that makes you wonder if you'll make it through the whole year without losing your mind. These 10 classroom management tips have helped save my sanity during those tough years! Written for elementary teachers, these ideas and strategies are perfect to use for substitutes as well. #thelearningeffect #classroommanagement

10 Classroom Management Tips | The Learning Effect

Easily improve your classroom management with these 10 tips! Get 7 free management tools to use in your classroom today. Learn more.

Increase accountability in your classroom with student led conferences. Learn three ways to use student led conferences to empower your students to take responsibility for their academics, behavior, and work habits. When students buy-in and have a say in their progress and goals, not only will their productivity increase, but your classroom management will improve, too! FREE SMART goal pennants are included in this article for upper elementary teachers. #thelearningeffect

Increase Student Accountability with Student Led Conferences

Increase student accountability in upper elementary! Learn ways that student led conferences take your students' responsibility to the next level.