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When it comes to classroom management, for first year teachers that can be a huge struggle. Over the years, I have learned that establishing expectations for your students right at the very beginning of the school year can have significant results on how your students behave in your classroom. Follow-through on any behavior issues is huge as well. What are some significant strategies that you have learned that help you maintain a well-managed classroom?
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WendyF I totally agree with you, Anne. In addition to setting clear expectations for my students on day one, I do two things. I send home, in writing, a packet that contains all of my expectations with the subsequent consequences if they are not followed for parents to sign. Then I make a point of calling every parent by the end of the week. This way I st...See More
Apr 22
WendyF I totally agree with you, Anne. In addition to setting clear expectations for my students on day one, I do two things. I send home, in writing, a packet that contains all of my expectations with the subsequent consequences if they are not followed for parents to sign. Then I make a point of calling every parent by the end of the week. This way I st...See More
Apr 22
WendyF I totally agree with you, Anne. In addition to setting clear expectations for my students on day one, I do two things. I send home, in writing, a packet that contains all of my expectations with the subsequent consequences if they are not followed for parents to sign. Then I make a point of calling every parent by the end of the week. This way I st...See More
Apr 22
WendyF I totally agree with you, Anne. In addition to setting clear expectations for my students on day one, I do two things. I send home, in writing, a packet that contains all of my expectations with the subsequent consequences if they are not followed for parents to sign. Then I make a point of calling every parent by the end of the week. This way I st...See More
Apr 22
WendyF I totally agree with you, Anne. In addition to setting clear expectations for my students on day one, I do two things. I send home, in writing, a packet that contains all of my expectations with the subsequent consequences if they are not followed for parents to sign. Then I make a point of calling every parent by the end of the week. This way I st...See More
Apr 22


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