Back to School, Spring Fever, March Madness . . . . if you are a teacher, you realize that there are more than four seasons. Halloween is the beginning of the “Do Whatever it Takes” season. This is the time of the school year when students are comfortable with each other, comfortable with you, and “let their hair down” behavior-wise. This is also the time of the year when you are trying to teach the bulk of your curriculum.
When you began teaching, managing behaviors was at the top of the list of important skills to acquire. Your students must listen to you in order to learn. How creative are you when it comes to “Do whatever it takes” season?
What is your favorite behavior tip?