classroom Management tools

Effective classroom management strategies foster positive behaviors, a sense of predictability & security and a calm & focused classroom, making it easier for students to get ready to learn and get along with others.

If you need classroom management ideas and trauma sensitive behavior interventions, read on!

10 quick tips for
Individual & group counseling with kids

  1. Establish clear expectations and rules from day one. Encourage student ownership by involving them in decision-making and classroom responsibilities.
  2. Foster strong teacher-student relationships by getting to know your students individually and showing genuine care and interest in their well-being.
  3. Set up consistent routines and procedures, providing predictability & helping students feel secure.
  4. Utilize visual cues, such as posters or charts, to remind students of expectations and keep them engaged.
  5. Encourage active participation by incorporating a variety of interactive learning methods.
  6. Implement effective transitions between activities to minimize disruptions.
  7. Incorporate meaningful and relevant content that connects to students’ interests and experiences, fostering their intrinsic motivation to learn.
  8. Address conflicts or behavioral issues promptly and consistently, using a restorative approach that focuses on understanding and growth.
  9. Differentiate instruction and provide appropriate challenges for every student.
  10. Communicate regularly with families, involving them in their child’s education and maintaining a strong home-school connection.