Teaching Strategy - Restroom Breaks for High School and Middle School Students

Bond with James
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Grade Levels
7th - 11th
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Duration
3:57
Bond with James
3.7k Followers

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Here's a simple, yet effect classroom management strategy that has helped me over the years - it involves managing how students ask to leave your classroom for water or to use the bathroom. It has helped me provide a consistent system for students that ask to leave my classroom. Remember, consistency is key!
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You can download the free template discussed in the video here.

This video was originally uploaded to YouTube and contains additional comments/suggestions from myself and teachers.
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Classroom Management: Hall Ticket Passes by ©Bond with James (James Lyas), All Rights Reserved.

About Bond with James
James is currently a high school science teacher. He has experience as a speaker at local and state conferences. Moreover, James has experience as a high school assistant principal and as a district-level science instructional specialist (supporting teachers across 17 high school campuses in a large, urban district).
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