Jessica E

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-- Bedroom Barrier Game for Vocabulary Development -- This barrier game includes a bedroom scene, 6 objects, six characters, full instructions and preparation requirements. -- Key words: barrier, game, language, development, vocabulary, speech, therapy, pathology, printable, downloadable.

-- Bedroom Barrier Game for Vocabulary Development -- This barrier game includes a bedroom scene, 6 objects, six characters, full instructions and preparation requirements. -- Key words: barrier, game, language, development, vocabulary, speech, therapy, pathology, printable, downloadable.

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A better way to deal with disruptive students in middle and high school. Print these out on quarter- or half- sheets and hand them to students who are off-task or disruptive. Or laminate a few and have dry- or wet-erase markers on hand.

Read about three great rules to have in a middle school classroom and how to effectively enforce those rules

Read about three great rules to have in a middle school classroom and how to effectively enforce those rules

Why You Shouldn't Shush Your Students; And What To Do Instead - Smart Classroom Management

Why You Shouldn't Shush Your Students; And What To Do Instead - Smart Classroom Management

Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs" are little to no cost, require little work for you as the teacher, and will encourage on task, positive behavior from your middle school and high school students.

Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs"