Category: Classroom Management and Organization

Solid classroom management is key to a teacher's success in the classroom. Check out these tips from real teachers from 2 Peas and a Dog. #classroommanagement #newteachers

Top Classroom Management Tips

Classroom management tips for teachers by real teachers. Solid classroom management is key to a teacher’s success in the classroom. Check out these classroom management tips from these great teachers. Routines. Routines. Routine. I cannot stress that it is important for students to know what to expect when they arrive

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Building classroom relationships through conversations is an important strategy that teachers can use in their classrooms. Giving students a voice in the classroom can help with classroom management and student motivation. Read more in this blog post on the 2 Peas and a Dog website. #classroom #management #classroommanagement #classsroomcommunity

Building Classroom Relationships Through Conversation Part 2

Building classroom relationships is an important topic in education. Last week, Rebecca Gettelman shared her strategies on building a classroom community through conversation. This week she shares 5 specific strategies to use when working through important conversations with your students. You can read that blog post here.  These methods all

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5 budget friendly flexible seating alternatives from 2 Peas and a Dog.

5 Budget Friendly Flexible Seating Ideas

With any new “must-have” thing that appears in the education sphere I take time to evaluate it before I implement it in my classroom. Flexible seating was no different. When I saw that teachers were once again spending their own money to pay for education’s latest and greatest trend –

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Classroom Organization Tips For New Teachers

Keeping your classroom organized is not only an effective tool for teachers but it helps students achieve more independence because they are not constantly asking you where things are located.  Read the fantastic tips from teachers below to help you achieve your organized classroom goals. Tips From Teachers I organize

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