I wouldn't be afraid to take a step back and "start over" with your class. Have an open and honest discussion with your students about what is not working in your classroom and have them help come up with a set of classroom rules that they can take ownership of.
There is a new part of the website called "Deep Dives" - I think this one would be helpful for you to take a look at: https://www.teachingchannel.org/new-teacher/develop-class-culture
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