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Teachers can help children reintegrate into the classroom by embracing them after a behavioral episode. Isolation breeds disconnection. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-30-restore-the-relationship
When students fear that any mistake they make will cause irreparable damage, they live in fear and anxiety, both of which impair learning. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-29-deleting-save-files
Before helping students through disciplinary situations, teachers should first take care of their own needs through self-regulation. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-28-calming-yourself-first
Teachers are triggered when they assume intent, magnify problems, or label students. They can remain calm by turning down the shark music. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-27-trigger-thoughts
Composure is key to entering disciplinary situations. Emotions are contagious and teachers want students to "catch" their calmness. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-26-composure
Emotions are the backbone of cognition and memory. Teachers should cultivate positive emotions and attend to the distress of their students. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-25-the-power-of-emotions
Students' misbehavior drops when they actively do learning rather than receiving it. They also need a chance to process new information. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-24-active-engagement-and-pacing
Teachers can plug students into learning by utilizing the five facets of student motivation into their instructional design. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-23-student-motivation
Rather than focusing on everything that went wrong, reflection can be improved by focusing on the bright spots and expanding on those. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-22-reflecting-forward
Through planned instances or peer observations, reflections are a powerful tool to increase our efficiency in the classroom. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-21-reflection-tools
Teachers can pivot in stressful situations by acknowledging student intentions, clarifying missing skills, and taking time to practice. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-20-pivot
When teachers ascribe positive intentions to misbehavior and focus on solutions (not problems), they help move students toward a resolution. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-19-notice-the-intent
Misbehavior can be perceived from different perspectives. A healthy viewpoint would be to see the situations as opportunities for growth. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-18-perceptions-of-misbehavior
The intentions teachers have when entering disciplinary situations precede them like a bow wave, setting the tone for everything to follow. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-17-intentions
Mindfulness allows us to accept each moment without judgment and quiet the storm that threatens to blow us away in hectic situations. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-16-mindfulness
Students develop executive skills when they are taught through powerful metaphors and given de-structured time to make choices. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-15-executive-skills
Important social skills like peer resolution and learning to be guided by an internal compass are key to reducing classroom disruptions. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-14-behavioral-and-social-skills
Students can learn to self-regulate through the power of breathing, learning about the hand model of the brain, and using a glitter jar. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-13-calming-techniques
Teachers gain confidence in their classrooms with they intentionally focus on resonance, which is the interplay between flow and presence. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-12-resonance
Teachers gain confidence when they quiet their negative thoughts, know their limits, and increase their instructional competence. To read this as a blog post, please visit http://aarondaffern.com/post/take-charge-day-11-becoming-confident
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