I love this idea to get kids thinking about the choices they made and owning up to it.  Saving this for when they're reading and writing is better.  I'll adapt it too.  Once the fill out the adapted version and dad and I discuss it with them we forgive them and shred their paper.  Symbolizing God' forgiveness.

the principal's office

A think sheet - allows students to reflect on her actions with room for parent and teacher comments. Most appropriate for mid-late elementary. Lower elementary and K may be better served by a sheet which has room for pictures!

The Principal's Office: A Warm and Homey Makeover with @HomeGoods | TheTurquoiseHome.com

The Principal's Office: A Warm and Homey Makeover + $100 HomeGoods Giveaway

Smart Classroom Management: How to Avoid Angry Parent Complaints

Problem: Some parents are close minded. These are strategies to help deal with these kinds of parents. Parents should not scare you from teaching important aspects of life.

Positive Office Referral

Reward your students by sending them to the Principals Office. Principals and Students will both thoroughly enjoy getting to discuss their positive behavior.

*Bunting, Books, and Bright Ideas*: Try 3 Before Me {Free Printable!}

*Bunting, Books, and Bright Ideas*: Try 3 Before Me {Free Printable!}

- From the Principals Office: Using Google Forms to Create a Walkthrough-Observation App for the iPad

In response to my "Top iPad Apps for Administrators," a few readers have emailed me asking for “observation” or “walk-through” apps for thei.

Back to School: The Principal's Office

Back to School: The Principal's Office (Principal Principles)

Back to School: The Principal's Office

In the book, The Principal 50: Critical Leadership Questions for Inspiring Schoolwide Excellence, Baruti Kafele, a veteran school administrator, guides motivated school leaders through 50 self-reflection exercises designed to yield a deeper understanding of the meaning behind the work that they do.  Find the answers to these challenging questions and more in his book.

The Principal Critical Leadership Questions for Inspiring Schoolwide Excellence, Baruti Kafele

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