Use these classroom management posters in your middle or high school classrooms to reinforce four key themes: organization, respect, talking points, and diversity. Each poster is available in black and white (print on white paper or colored cardstock), or in color, as well as landscape or portrait formats. Use whatever fits your classroom space. You can also print 2 or 4-to-a-page if you'd like smaller versions. These are great for bulletin boards, focus walls, or empty spaces in your classroom that need a little something!
Please see the full-length preview provided. Posters are not editable and are in PDF format. A brief description of each poster set is provided below:
Use these posters on your whiteboard to show students what they will be doing (focusing on the teacher, gathering supplies, participating in conversation, etc.), how they will be doing it (independently, in pairs, in groups, etc.), the noise level of the classroom, as well as to organize things like the date, agenda for the day, homework assignment, standards, reminders, etc.
Use these posters to reinforce the idea of respect in the classroom, including the use of classroom materials, supplies, and objects, respecting people, listening, and choosing words carefully.
Use these sentence frames to help students with positive conversation. Talking points include statements of agreement, disagreement, paraphrasing, and building on.
Use these posters to reinforce the idea of diversity making the classroom stronger, including the importance of diverse races, faiths, genders, ideas, etc.