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What’s Your Best Behavior Management Advice?

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  • Brandi Jordan
    Teaching since: 1996
  • December 7, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    Question: What’s your best behavior management advice?

    So many Really Good Teachers are struggling with behavior management this year. Old tricks aren’t working as they used to and teachers who usually have behavior management in the bag are searching for new ways to help their students succeed.  Share your best tip below and help some Really Good Teachers out!


    Giveaway:  Share your best behavior management advice for a chance to win this week’s $25 Really Good Stuff eGift Certificate giveaway!!

    All on-topic responses to this thread that are posted between Wednesday, December 7th at 12pm EST and Tuesday, December 13th at 11:59pm EST will be entered into random drawing to win. This giveaway is open to entrants 18 years of age or older at the time of entry who are residents of the United States. Void where prohibited by law. Questions? Contact us at


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  • Classroom Teacher
    Elementary School
    Teaching since: 2012
    New Mexico
  • December 7, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    I can relate to having a hard time with behavior management this year! Usually I’ve got it down, but this year is proving to be a struggle! My best behavior management advice would be to focus on the intrinsic motivation vs the extrinsic. Develop that classroom community and build that respect so that they want to stay on task and focused. Also, a little trick I learned the first year I was teaching…read a book they’re invested in during transition time.  I used to read Junie B. Jones books and transition times were quick and quiet, because everyone wanted to hear the story. 😉

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  • Classroom Teacher
    Teaching since: 2000
  • December 7, 2016 at 8:42 pm

    My best behavior management advice is be consistent and persistent, if it doesn’t work at first don’t give up, give it time. Especially this time of year.  I

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  • December 14, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    Congratulations to @megan for being the winner of last week’s Giveaway!  Be sure to share your advice on this week’s thread for a chance to win a $25 Really Good Stuff eGift certificate!

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