Behaviour management "Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.
How do you help students work through their emotions when they are angry in class? I have started using this cool down center as a classroom management tool and an immediate way for students to relax and calm down. Check it out at LivingLearningLee.
Punch Cards for Positive Behavior - Each student gets a punch card, and when the teacher sees students with exemplerary behavior, they get a punch. When the punchcard is full, the student gets a reward.
Task Understand How to Shape Behavior. This practice is relevant, because the teacher is implementing pleasant consequences. These behavior punch cards will help students develop a goal for good behavior that will be rewarded.
9 Guaranteed Ways to Stop Students from Blurting Out
For the Kid Who Blurts Out Talkin Token behavior intervention: Give a student tokens during a whole class discussion. Each time the student participates (or blurts out) they hand over a token. If they are doing exception