Are you and your child's teacher talking about creating a school behavior contract? (If your child has an IEP, he may have a behavior intervention plan instead.) Look at this sample behavior contract to see what's typically in one and how to help your child get the most from it.

At a Glance: Anatomy of a School Behavior Contract

See what a school behavior contract looks like. Use this annotated guide to learn how key parts of a behavior contract can help your child in school.

Behavior Contract: Tweens and Teens

A teen-parent contract/checklist which could be modified for use by the student & his/her parents & the teacher to guide future behavior. I could certainly see modifying this for my own use.

Behavior Contract for Students Middle or High... by Michele Luck's Social Studies | Teachers Pay Teachers

Behavior Contract for Students Middle or High School Appropriate

Classroom Freebies Too: Managing Problematic Behaviors

Managing Problematic Behaviors

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.

Behavior Contracts and Checklists That Work | Scholastic.com

Kindergartners Retell Stories With Photo Story

Daily student tracking form - Helps in the assessment of daily conduct, both positive and negative

Parent, Teacher & Student | Classroom Behavior| Kid Pointz

Help for parents working to improve classroom behavior. Set parent, teacher and student expecations, consequences and rewards.

Student Documentation, Interventions & Behavior Contract Pack (Data Notebook)!

Data Binder - Student Documentation, Interventions & Behavior Contract Pack

Student Documentation, Interventions & Behavior Contract Pack (Data Notebook)!

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of the classroom. This blog post goes through all the details you need to know! Click through to learn more for your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Also great for special education teachers!!

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of th

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