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Practical routines and procedures to implement in your classroom to create a successful behavior management system from day one. Students will rise to the standard you give, so it is important to be proactive in what you expect of your students, especially with behavior.

In this video, I share how to start class right to support your classroom management system. On the first day, when students walk in, teachers can utilize a seating chart to show students that there is structure and organization to the class. It is also important to empower students to use the seating chart for themselves to empower them to take responsibility of finding their seat. This builds confidence and reminds students that they are ultimately responsible for their own behavior.

Whether it's elementary school, middle school, or high school, teaching has its challenges. From managing student behavior in your classroom to planning out curriculum to working with parents, there is a lot to learn!

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