Thursday, August 8, 2013

M is for... {Giveaway Day 13}

Thanks to everyone who linked up for my student teaching linky yesterday! Hope you enjoyed your thank you gift for linking up! If you would like to link up too, click on the button below!



Now back to the celebration!


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Alphabet Blocks by Sonya Dehart
 
Yesterday's winner was...


Congrats Theresa! I will be contacting you all with your prize information shortly! Expect an e-mail from me soon!

Don't you want to be a lucky winner too? Be sure to enter each day, as many entries as you are allowed! Just one isn't enough! You want all the odds stacked in your favor! Here are the links to the previous days to catch up if you missed any!

Now, today's giveaway was delayed in posting but I don't think you will have a problem with that. There's now 10 AMAZING prizes from some of the best in the blogging world up for grabs! Someone is going to be a very lucky teacher! 











You better hurry up and enter before it's too late! This is one giveaway that you definitely don't want to miss! 



19 comments:

  1. I have 4 simple rules that I teach my class to follow. I am very consistent so they learn how to follow the rules. I like to give praise instead of
    being so negative and it has worked for me. Our building also uses a color code system so the children already know what the consequences are.

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  2. I am trying the warm fuzzies (pom poms) will see if they work! In the past I have done a clip chart and that works pretty well. Just wanted to try something new.

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  3. We have a school wide clip chart that we use for behavior management and students can move up for good behavior and down for bad... I incorporate a "treasure box" every week for students who have made good choices, but also give positive reinforcement throughout the week using stickers, stamps, and smellies (scented chapstick). My kids can also earn rewards through table points and class compliments =)

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  4. I use a clip chart with both positive and negative consequences.
    Karen Rowland
    Adventures With Firsties

    karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

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  5. I have used the clip chart but was not a huge fan. I then switched to WBT and I do really like it I just need to stay super consistent with it. This year i am adding Mrs. Nelson's Behavior Brag Tags and I'm super excited for that! I think they will make a huge difference!

    jkroske@gmail.com

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  6. Set high expectations and hold students to them

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  7. I love Whole Brain Teaching techniques.

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  8. Model - use visuals. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  9. I use the clipchart from Whole Brain Teaching and this year I am giving tickets with coupons for above level behaviors.

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  10. I have 4 simple rules and consequences for each. If a rule is broken, there is a consequence. It is easy as that!

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  11. I have used a clip chart (not a fan) and tallies they earned for behavior and responsibility. If they lost items or broke things they would have to "buy" new ones with tallies. I like using encouragement and natural consequences the best but sometimes you do need more. A lot of teachers at my school use Class Dojo online and have success with it.

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  12. Ash,
    For classroom management I use a variety of techniques. Not everything works for every student. I teach older elementary gifted students who tend to be quite introverted. I find that giving them leadership jobs at the beginning of the year, and rewarding them for completing their jobs, raises their self confidence and self esteem. I communicate with the students and parents clearly, concisely and daily. I never let a problem fester, I deal with it right away and find that helps prevent recurrences. Thanks again for the linky party the other day..it was fun to reminisce.
    Sidney
    Teachingisagift

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  13. I use the WBT for classroom management and just started implementing the clip chart system last year which went pretty well. Class Dojo is really good too.

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  14. A few ways...1) we are a TRIBES school so the students all learn and follow the TRIBES agreements. 2) I have an upside-down stoplight clip chart in my room. The students all start on green each day. They move to yellow (warning) or red ('time out') or they can move up to to star for going above and beyond expectations. 3) I set high expectations and they students always rise to the occasion. Most years, I hardly need to use the clip chart!
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  15. I begin by having my class make the classroom rules. I use the clip chart to help them be responsible for their actions. I have a Wow sticker chart I use and give stickers for all positive behaviors.
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  16. I use Responsive Classroom Techniques. I include lots of modeling. Thank you for sponsoring such a great giveaway. Clairhr@comcast.net

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  17. I plan to have students make the rules of the classroom so they feel more responsible for their actions. To get children's attention, chants usually work. Making my expectations known from the beginning is key.

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  18. Using the clip charts have been a simple and effective method for dealing with my kiddos behaviors.

    Roxanne
    foxysexyroxy10@gmail.com

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  19. I use Class Dojo. Students earn points and can use them to get rewards.

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