A Classroom Management Round-Up!

A Classroom Management Round-Up! - HeidiSongs
 

This week, we thought we’d put together a bunch of my blog posts that have to do specifically with classroom management and behavior! Usually after about a month of school, kids are starting to test teachers’ limits and try to figure out where we all draw the line, right?  So I figured that a reminder with some links to all of my best classroom management posts might come in handy!  Each of these posts include tips, tricks, some have freebies, and were born of real events that happened in my classroom.  I do hope that they are helpful to you!

Getting Control of a Very Difficult Class

 

Getting Control of a Very Difficult Class, Take Two!

 

Five Classroom Management Games Kids LOVE!

 

Getting Control of Classroom Transitions

 

Dealing With Defiance in the Classroom

 

Getting Control of Your Classroom Dismissal Time

 

Morning Routines That Really Work for Pre-K and Kindergarten!

 

Getting Control of a Talkative Class

 

Teaching Your Class to Line Up Quietly

 

What to Do When Kids Won’t Do Their Work… Until Recess

 

Maximizing Teaching Time in a Very Difficult Class

 

What to Do When Students Cry at Drop Off

 

Helping Kids Learn to Solve Problems without Fighting

 

Making it Through the Final Stretch

 

What to Do When A Child Won’t Go to Time Out

 

How I Solved the Worst Behavior Problem I Ever Had

 

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Heidi Butkus

About Heidi Butkus

Heidi Butkus has been teaching in California public schools since 1985. She has somehow managed to stay in Kindergarten all of those years, with the exception of five years in first grade, and also taught a parent participation preschool for a short while! Combining a strong knowledge of brain research with practical experience, Heidi has created a wealth of fun and engaging teaching techniques that work well with diverse populations. She has presented at conferences nationwide, and is the owner and founder of HeidiSongs.com. Heidi has also created fourteen original CD's and DVD's for teaching beginning reading and math skills, three musical plays designed especially for young performers, and has written some picture books and many other teaching resources. Heidi's multimedia workshops are filled with fun and motivational educational activities that have been classroom tested and revised for effectiveness with all types of learners.
  1. This has given me a few ideas on how I can manage a class in the future when I am graduated and ready to start teaching my own students. Thank you so much for sharing this information with me!

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