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51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas | Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this

Laurin Brainard on Instagram: “I love this Fri-Yay anchor chart that @teachingalatteinfirst used with her class! What a great way to end the week! What is making all of…”

99 Likes, 15 Comments - Laurin Brainard (@theprimarybrain) on Instagram: “I love this Fri-Yay anchor chart that @teachingalatteinfirst used with her class! What a great way…”

Keep the quote this week! #gooddeeds #keepthequote

~Mindful In Fourth~ on Instagram: “Keep the quote this week! #gooddeeds #keepthequote”

60 Likes, 1 Comments - ~Mindful In Fourth~ (@elementary_mindfulness) on Instagram: “Keep the quote this week! #gooddeeds #keepthequote”

Mrs. May (@mrsmay_science) posted on Instagram: “Sometimes my morning message question is so deep... Sometimes it's this. #morningmessage #miss5thswhiteboard #iteachmiddleschool” • Sep 28, 2016 at 1:53am UTC

11 Likes, 1 Comments - Mrs. May (@mrsmay_science) on Instagram: “Sometimes my morning message question is so deep... Sometimes it's this. #morningmessage…”

Great "writing" idea. I love how the flow of words is connected with white space.

Newspaper Blackout

Great "writing" idea. I love how the flow of words is connected with white space.

Need some engaging units to fill a gap in your secondary ELA curriculum? Check out these ten fun options, including student blogging, Ted Talks, a One-Act play festival, poetry slam, and more.

10 Ways to Fill a Hole in your ELA Curriculum

Need some engaging units to fill a gap in your secondary ELA curriculum? Check out these ten fun options, including student blogging, Ted Talks, a One-Act play festival, poetry slam, and more.

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The key to managing student behavior has nothing to do with tangible rewards. You don’t have to give food, toys, stickers, and pencils as rewards for children, or spend any money at all, in order to gain their cooperation! In fact, teacher control can and should be replaced whenever possible by student self-control. How is …