Imagine walking into a classroom and observing the children moving seamlessly from one activity to the next. No temper tantrums, no challenging behaviors. It’s as if the children practiced how they were going to behave before you arrived. This teacher is good, you’d think. You would bet she has a group of easy going, rule followers, right? Perhaps what you’re observing is a classroom where the transitions have been well thought out and implemented in a way that works for the teacher and the children.