You Can Handle Them All is a comprehensive guide to managing a long list of disruptive classroom behaviors. For each behavior, the site provides behavior examples, effects on other students, and suggestions on how teachers should and should not respond to these behaviors.
Student Teacher Development in Classroom Management is an interactive site with a collection of critical incidents related to classroom management from several elementary teachers and we have classified these incidents into thirteen categories. http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~fboutin/frame.html
"www.BehaviorAdvisor.com" offers THOUSANDS of tips on managing student behavior, and provides step-by-step directions for implementing a great number of standard interventions. It also contains a bulletin board on which you can post your disciplinary concerns and receive suggestions from teachers around the world. http://maxweber.hunter.cuny.edu
Good Behavior Charts has ready to print behavior charts. Click on each picture to see a larger image of that picture. To save the graphic to your computer right click on the image and then click on "save image as" if you are using a windows machine. Mac users should hold down their mouse button on the image and then click on "save image as". Use the browsers "Back" button to return. http://www.ehhs.cmich.edu/~tbushey/tidbits/page1.htm
Managing Student Conduct shares the many things to consider when planning for students' behavior. This page address areas such as room arrangement, setting expectations, managing student work and misbehavior, There is also information about working with ESOL students and a handy chart of effective and ineffective praise. http://www.adprima.com/managing.htm
Can Teach: A List of Ways to Encourage Good Behavior lists ways to get the best behavior from your students. There are ideas here for both groups and individuals http://www.track0.com/canteach/elementary/classman1.html
Classroom Management of Attention Deficits
Reach for the Stars Getting Parents on Your Side is a short article detailing pointers to help you get and keep parents working with you for the benefit of the students.
Structure Before Instruction deals with structuring the first few weeks of school. Ideas, lesson and behavior plans are discussed, as well as a comparison of how three different teachers handled discussion of rules and routines and the effectiveness of each.
Parent Conference shares considerations and a list of issues to consider before you begin parent conferences.