Daily behavior report - should be used at the end of the class with an in class tracker, so student know where they are at during the day. A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: Primary daily Report: Green Light, Yellow Light, R.
PRE-MADE --charts & contracts that take up your time - find HERE! *A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: I-Messages, Behavior Plans, Progress Monitoring.-Could tweek for chores or home responsibilities.
We all have that student who doesn’t respond to our Tier 1 classroom behavior management system. Classroom behavior charts you can start using tomorrow! Organize your behavior plan today! Allow students to get involved!
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to encourage your students to consistently make good choices? Then I started implementing these behavior punch cards, and suddenly my students were working VERY hard to earn their daily punch.
Behavior Intervention Plans (Tying It All Together)
Here’s the lowdown on handling [insert problem behavior here]. We’re tying together all the little tidbits we’ve learnt so far on problem behavior. Click through to get insight on behavior intervention plans (BIP).
A better way to deal with disruptive students in middle and high school. Print these out on quarter- or half- sheets and hand them to students who are off-task or disruptive. Or laminate a few and have dry- or wet-erase markers on hand.
The Behavior Alert shows the rules that were broken, and the students, as well as their parents, need to sign this. This is a great way for the parents to track their children's behavior and the teachers can also alert the parents if there are issues.
How to Write a Behavior Support Plan. Children with challenging behaviors need positive behavior supports to meet success in the home and school settings. Negative or inappropriate behaviors may be the result of any number of things--.
Behavior Plans and Charts- This resource gave me some great ideas about ways to monitor individual students when the rest of the classroom is obeying the rules. I think an "unofficial" individual behavior contract could be very useful.