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Positive Classroom Behavior

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Learn the 5 A's of Positive Classroom Behavior, and learn more at www.positiveclassroombehavior.com

Learn the 5 A's of Positive Classroom Behavior, and learn more at www.positiveclassroombehavior.com

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  • 1. The 5 A’s of Positive Classroom Behavior
    By: First Steps Library
    http://www.positiveclassroombehavior.com/
  • 2. Affirmation
    There are no “bad kids.”
    All children are worthy of our affirmation, regardless of their behavior. We separate who they are from
    what they do.
    - Staley
  • 3. Attention
    Be sure to notice all of your children, even those who are quiet, shy, and compliant; no one should feel invisible or overlooked.
    - Staley
  • 4. Acceptance
    All children need to feel accepted – by their peersand by you; they need to belong; they need friends. One of the most difficult life skills is learning how to get along with others.
    - Staley
  • 5. Affection
    What about offering a high five, a hug, or a handshake
    at the end of the day?
    - Staley
  • 6. Appreciation
    Children need mentors more than they need critics. As teachers, we are models of politeness, patience, courtesy, and helpfulness. It is when children live in an environment that fosters care and concern for one another that they learn kindness, thoughtfulness, and helpfulness.
    - Staley
  • 7. Visit Our Blog!
    http://www.positiveclassroombehavior.com/