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    • Discipline Plans Ethics/Values Education ProTeacher Community Visit our growing community of elementary school teachers! Get involved today! Ask questions and share ideas with teachers nationwide. Over 30 active discussion boards. Newcomers always welcome! Free! source Behavior Management Survey Hundreds of teachers from across the country participated in this ProTeacher-sponsored survey. Dozens of graphs illustrate what teachers are doing in their classrooms and how they think about this critical aspect of classroom management. How many teachers use classroom meetings? How do teachers feel about extrinsic rewards? Youll find out the answers to those questions and more. source Classroom Management Board All PreK-8 teachers are welcome to join us for discussions relating to classroom management. Share your ideas and ask questions! Also, follow the green arrows to our popular VENT boards. Read our Participation Guidelines prior to posting. New visitors welcome! source Dealing with Tattling - Tattling can be a source of frustration for teachers and can create a lot of negative feelings between students. However, certain dangerous situations should be reported to the teacher, and students sometimes honestly do a teacher's need help to solv... source Classroom Rules - Involving Students - How teachers involve students in setting classroom rules... source Classroom Rules - Examples - Teachers share examples of their classroom rules... source Classroom Rules - Introducing - How teachers introduce their students to the classroom rules... source Rewards and Incentives - Many of us are finding creative ways to promote positive behavior in our classroom, while also trying to discourage negative behaviors. Rewards and incentives are one way and here's a great list!... source Talkative Class - There's a poem that's written something like: Teacher, could you, do what you ask me to do? Sit by your friend and not talk, too? Here are some ideas
    • for dealing with the constant talkers in your classroom.... source Student of the week - Student of the week highlights one student per week throughout the school year. Here are different ideas to implement Student of the Week in your classroom.... source Star of the Week - Looking for ways to make all your students feel special? You can use some of these ideas to implement a Star Student of the Week in your classroom.... source Classroom Coupons - My kids really loved the classroom coupons I used when I taught in Las Vegas. The coupons where for special privelages based on behavior during the day. I used coupons like "No homework for a day", "sit in the teachers desk for the day", "10 minutes of free time", or "eat lunch with the teacher". The more times you received a coupon the better the coupon. The kids really loved it. (plus it cost nothing for me) I also tide in a small... source discipline system - I have been using a "penny jar" system for the last 12 years in my grade one class. I have baby food jars for each student that acts as their penny jars. All of the jars sit on a shelf in my room that is covered in green paper which I call..... source Fifth Grade Discipline - I have taught fifth grade for 4 years and LOVE the age! Theyre young enough to still respect you (usually) but old enough to form relationships with. In terms of discipline, I have set up a rewards system in my classroom. I give out tickets for certain things: good behavior, organization, completing "extra" work, 100s on tests, etc. They can use their tickets to... source popsicle sticks - When I subbed for first grade, each child had five (I believe) popsicle sticks with their names on them. These sticks were in a pouch (maybe you could use shoe bags?). When they do something bad, after the initial warning, have them ... source preferred activity time - My school uses positive Discipline. It was developed by an American by the name of Fred Jones and it is pretty complex yet based on a simple philosophy (ie positive- being rewarded for good behavior rather than being punished for bad). I teach grade one but it can be used for any grade. It uses PAT (preferred activity time). PAT is an... source Rewarding the good behavior - MOST of the students pins never move, so it really isnt a time-consuming program. I give those students who have remained on green all week 15 minutes at the end of the week-sometimes its free time, sometimes I may have an activity planned, but it is ONLY for those whose pins havent moved....
    • source rewards and reinforcement - Dont forget rewards and reinforcement of good choices. You could divide class into groups, tables with a name for each that they decide. First table ready gets a raffle ticket - have a raffle at the end of the day with fun prizes (you can buy bags of little toys or stuff at thrift stores, or use pencils, etc.)... source behavior management suggestions - I'm interviewing myself right now. Some of my suggestions are taken from some info. from an inservice at a school I worked at... 1) Give students frequent positive feedback, praise, and attention when they are displaying positive behavior. 2) ... source rules and laws - Theft used to be a major concern of mine. That changed when I gave a speech on stealing the first week of school. I will readily concede that it sounds harsh, but it is enormously effective. In light of what you are experiencing, you may understan... source Maintaining Discipline - Maintaining discipline... something you MUST demonstrate from day 1. You cannot start now. You can, however, be prepared for next year. Every classroom -- whether it is Kindergarten or 12th Grade -- needs a set of rules. IT IS RIDICULOUS if you ... source 11 Techniques for Better Classroom Discipline - Techniques for achieving effective classroom control. Short discussion of each technique is provided source A Resource Guide to Bullying - A book list of effective stories and resources for the subject of bullying. source Attention Deficits: What Teachers Should Know - What teachers should know about ADD/ADHD, and tips on how to work with those suffering from ADD/ADHD in the classroom. source Behavior Management - This page provides a nice review of important concepts about classroom and behavior management. source Bullies & Victims - These startling statistics about bullying are followed with practical information and suggestions. Parents and teachers can get helpful ideas from this page source
    • Can Teach: A List of Ways to Encourage Good Behavior - Just what the title says, here is a list of ways to get the best behavior form your students. There are ideas here for both groups and individuals source Classroom Discipline: A Management Guide For Christian School Teachers - A very descriptive article about how to maintain discipline and behavior in Christian schools source Creating a Peaceful Classroom - In this lesson, students are encouraged to consider qualities of a peaceful classroom and develop classroom rules together. source Discipline In The Classroom - An article about maintaining discipline in the classroom source Dont Take It Out On Your Kids - Positive discipline techniques for teachers and parents. Excerpts from the book Dont Take It Out On Your Kids show positive ways to handle difficult situations with children source Giving and Getting Respect - Here are some ways to encourage respectful behavior from your students by showing respect to them. "Dr. Mac" gives many examples of situations teachers can use to model respectful behavior source Good Behavior Charts - Colorful weekly charts that you can use for spreading the good news about childrens behavior. Instructions for saving and using these charts is included source Goodkids - Though basically a parenting guide, this page has many ideas and helpful hints for the classroom source Make Lemons into Lemonade - Information on setting limits establishing responsibility and control in a childs life. The four types of limits and keys to effective limits source Managing Student Conduct - There are many things to consider when planning for students behavior. This page address things such as room arrangement, setting expectations, managing student work and misbehavior, There is also information about working with ESOL students and a handy chart of effective and ineffective praise source Mrs. Melettes Third Grade Classroom Rules and Behavior Plan - A list of rules for the classroom source Mrs. Zeigers Class - Classroom policies and management style. Mrs. Zeiger explains her "lunch bunch" system as well as behavior contracts and the way she handles math facts and spelling source Nice Things to Try Before Penalizing Youngsters for Their Misbehavior - Tips and ideas for reacting to students during trying times. Some of the techniques include "giving information," "Using short statements" and "Describing How You Feel" source
    • Positive Discipline - Methods of discipline for ages K-6. Information focuses on positive discipline source Positive Discipline - Suggestions to parents to help encourage appropriate behavior and what to do for misbehavior. Teachers can benefit from much of the information source Positive Discipline Online - Information for teachers from the Postive Discipline . Feature articles, questions and archived information source Establishing and Maintaining Rapport with Students - Basic advice for paraeducators on effective ways of developing positive repport with students in a classroom. source Reach for the Stars Getting Parents on Your Side - This short article details pointers to help you get and keep parents working with you for the benefit of the students source Roemers Behavior Philosophy - Student-written behavior philosophy that helps keep good discipline developed to increase self-control in at-risk students source Schoolwide and Classroom Discipline - A very thorough article on how to improve discipline in the classroom source The Behavior Home Page - This is a forum from the state of Kentucky that can help teachers with students who have challenging behaviors. Information of why these behaviors occur, as well as information about handling behaviors is included source The Metamorphosis of Classroom Management - A short academic article describing recent changes in the study of classroom management source Token Economies - An explanation about what a token economy is and how to use one with effective results source Ways to Catch Kids Being Good - Acknowledging kids while they are behaving well is an effective management strategy, this page tell you how to accomplish it source What is a Functional Assessment? - This page describes the steps and purposes of a functional assessment, used to help intervene with behavior problems source Works4Me Tips Library: Behavior Control - Real tips and solutions from those "in the trenches." Ideas for common behavior problems such as time on task, and noise level
    • People Group, the Anupam Mittal led New Media and Entertainment Group, welcomes Mr. Badri Sanjeevi as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Badri will be responsible for managing profitable growth across group businesses, in line with the company’s overall vision. Post the appointment, Badri says, “I have joined at a time when People Group is looking at a robust growth plan ahead. We have able leadership team in place, and I am excited to be a part of the next wave of growth. I look forward to engaging in some creative disruption that the company is known for, and to have the opportunity to work with visionaries in the New Media Business.” Prior to joining the group, Mr. Sanjeevi was with Deloitte MCS Ltd. London (Corporate Strategy Advisory Group) in-charge of Strategic Business Planning, Operational Improvement, Cost reduction, Shared Services and M&A related projects. Badri, an MBA from INSEAD- Wharton, France, has supported the Global Executive Team across Deloitte worldwide and has assisted in developing strategy and facilitated strategy workshops for the organization globally. Talking about the new changes in the organization, Mr. Anupam Mittal, CMD, People Group says, “We are delighted to have Badri join us at the table amongst our top management. We are now largely focused on scaling up our existing businesses and take at least one of our companies public in the next 18-24 months. In addition we have several businesses in investment phase. With Badri’s experience and skills we can deliver growth without compromising on fiscal discipline”. - End - About People Group People Group was founded in 1997 by Anupam Mittal to explore opportunities in New Media,Information Technology, Communication and Entertainment industries. The group recognized early on that the on going ‘content digitization’ was fundamentally and dramatically going to change these industries and lead to ultimate convergence. Today the group owns and manages companies in the Internet, Mobile VAS, and Entertainment industries and boasts businesses such as Shaadi.com, Shaadi.com centre, Fropper.com, Makaan.com, Mauj Mobile and People Pictures. The group has grown significantly over the last few years and was awarded the Deloitte Technology India Fast 50 as well as the Red Herring Asia 100 Awards in 2006. The company has also been nominated as Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific for the years 2006 & 2007. In 2007 People Group won the IT People Award for Excellence in Information Technology and was also selected as one of the Top 10 marketers in the country by Business Today.