This resource will quickly become a valued program in your student support toolkit! This non-editable PowerPoint program discusses the differences between snitching and reporting, bullying and conflict vs. accidents or misunderstandings.
The focus of this program is to educate students to underst
These directions (there are two half sheets on one paper) can be laminated and placed in learning stations, on desks, or kept in student folders, or it could be made larger and turned into a classroom poster. Additional directions could be added for etiquette and what students are expected to do in
We begin our year not with social studies, but with how our classroom works. These notes, after small edits so it matches your school, will inform your students of what is expected of them in their class, as a team, and in the hallways. We come back and hit these notes again whenever there are major
An assembly which focuses on why positive attitudes towards learning and good behaviour are essential in order for students to have successful futures. The assembly encourages the students to link their behaviour they display now with their future career prospects.
The assembly also explores the c
One of the most common questions I hear as a consultant is how to eliminate challenging behavior. Research shows educators have described challenging behaviors as one of the greatest barriers they encounter in providing quality instruction. As a result, I created the Behavior Eliminator an easy to u