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Posted on November 6, 2023 6:06 pm
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Students tattling on each other
Recently I observed a class of 2nd graders, they were all great students but would blame each other for a lot of pointless things. For example, the teacher would say "Who's notebook is on the ground?" and nearly 5 kids would say "It's __'s!" There would also be petty arguments after that. How would you combat this?
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Posted November 13, 2023 5:49 pm

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To reduce blaming among second graders, establish a classroom culture of respect and responsibility. Involve students in creating classroom rules to enhance ownership and understanding. Use role-playing to teach conflict resolution and emphasize the importance of empathy and emotional self-regulation. Recognize and praise positive behavior and collaborative problem-solving. Regular class discussions can help reflect on and improve behaviors, fostering a more harmonious classroom environment.
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