From Arrival to Dismissal, Making Each Day Productive: Classroom Management (Before School Starts)

By: Kelly Bergman

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Get to Know Your School and What's Expected of You: Classroom Management (Before School Starts) 10
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Get Organized and Stay Organized: Classroom Management (Before School Starts) 6
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Establish Your Classroom Environment for Optimal Learning: Classroom Management (Before School Starts) 6
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Get to Know Your Students: Classroom Management (First Two Weeks of School) 5
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Have a Successful First Week of School: Classroom Management (First Two Weeks of School) 4

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Begin to Develop Lasting Relationships With Parents: Classroom Management (First Two Weeks of School) 6
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Prepare for Substitute Teachers: Classroom Management (First Month of School) 3
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Build on Parent Relationships: Classroom Management (First Month of School) 5
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Be Prepared for Parent Conferences: Classroom Management (First Six Weeks of School) 8
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The way you start your day will determine the tone for the rest of the day. This chapter supplies concrete suggestions to keep order, keep the learning going, and reach every type of learner! Addresses learning styles based on Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences. All reproducibles are provided as writable PDFs!

The information in this chapter is arranged as follows:
• Scenario A - describes a day in the life of a teacher who is overwhelmed.
• Scenario B - describes the same day as it’s experienced by a teacher who is organized.
• Tips for Success - introduces the main topics in the chapter.
• Tools for Success - discusses the reproducibles that go with the chapter.
• Take Action - suggests practical next steps! 0 pages.

Grades K - 5

The student supply list usually includes at least a couple of spiral notebooks. Consider labeling one of these “Morning Activities” so students have a consistent place to work on their morning activities. They should get out this notebook each morning when they finish their chores!

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