I get it… you like to teach using fun, interactive activities but sometimes rowdiness and bad behavior make you second guess these lessons.
I am here to help you restore the fun without that doubt.
I am here to help you face the common social issues found in modern day classrooms so that you can get back to those exciting lessons you love to teach.
Hi, I am Ashley Wright.
I lend a hand to frustrated teachers by delivering engaging core activities, and tips and guidance for classroom management so we can restore the fun back to our classrooms.
I have been where you are right now. After a particularly tough year, I had hit my breaking point. The behavior in my classroom was completely out of hand.
As much as I tried, I felt as though I couldn’t gain control and it broke me.
I wondered if teaching was right for me. I was second guessing my career choice which, in itself, was truly heartbreaking. I loved teaching, I loved my students, I loved making a difference. Why on earth was it this hard? Well, because I had no definite classroom management plan.
After that year, I dedicated countless hours to researching classroom management strategies. I learned how to shape my classroom to fit me and my student’s needs. My following years continued to go smoothly and I was back to being happy and loving teaching again.
I am here to share what I learned and did in my classroom that made those years bliss with my Classroom Management Mondays series. These will be tips that allow you to introduce more hands-on activities, like the ones found in my store, without having to worry about how rambunctious your class might get.
If you’re ready:
Join me every Monday right here on my blog.
Join our Facebook group: Classroom Management Support. It is a safe place where you can ask questions, interact with other teachers, and even just vent if you need to!
Email me with questions or for advice (email@example.com)
Professional Tid Bits:
★ I am certified to teach EC-4
★ I am an ESL certified teacher
★ Gifted and Talented certified teacher
★ 2-time Teacher of the Year nominee (fun fact: I lost by ONE VOTE my first year – something I am still sad about. I rejected the offer the 2nd year because my baby girl was due the week of the interviews!)
★ I’ve only ever taught at a Title 1 school.