Student blurting can be a distraction. You can begin the school year with The Blurt Jar. Put a small amount of candy in a jar. Every time a student blurts, remove a piece of candy. At the end of the day, the class shares the remaining candy. After a week or two, expand the time to a week before the class gets the candy. Hopefully, your blurting problem will have reduced greatly.
How do you stop students from blurting out in the classroom? Do you have some processes in place to curb blurting, but they're just not working for you anymore? Here are some classroom management ideas to stop students from blurting out in the classroom that you can add to your repertoire.