Monday, August 24, 2015

Classroom Management Series: Part 2

Hello, friends!  I hope you had a wonderful weekend!  We spent the weekend in Louisville, KY for a joint bachelor/bachelorette party.  We began our day by going to the Maker's Mark Distillery, which was really cool.  We got to see how Bourbon is made.  Next, we went to 4th Street for dinner and drinks.  It was a lot of fun. Have you been?  Below is a picture from our night.  That's me on the left with the long dress.

So a few weeks ago, I started a series about classroom management.  The first post in the series was all about teaching procedures.  I included a list of common procedures to teach during the first month of school.  To check out the post and snag the free, printable list, click the picture below.

Part two of the series is about building rapport with your students.  This is a key element in having a well-managed classroom.  You want your students to respect and listen to you.  You also want them to see your softer, caring side.  Having a balance of both is not an easy feat but it will come with experience and time.  Below are some ways to build rapport with your students.  Click the first picture below to have a PDF of the tips I've shared.

I hope you are finding the posts in this series helpful.  Please feel free to leave questions/comments below or you can always email me at  Have a great evening!



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