Bright Lines

"Bright Lines" are clear beginning and end points to an activity. When transitioning into a new activity or when beginning practice, we need to be certain that students will be ready to begin without our assistance.

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Praise To Prevent

Positive narration is one of the strongest classroom management tools we have. To positively reinforce desired classroom behavior, we need to narrate the positive behaviors that we see.

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Giving Consequences

Giving consequences is never the desired outcome in a classroom setting, and most often, we're not giving consequences, but simply redirecting behavior. Try these tips to make delivering consequences more effective and less frequent. 

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