Displaying logical consequences of bad behaviour, creates clearer guidelines on appropriate behaviour for students. This article outlines effective methods of doing this for the classroom, including tables that can be adapted to your own classroom.
Inside you will find a variety of positive behavior notes. Students love when they receive positive comments from their teachers! Use these notes to recognize exceptional behavior and motivate your students to always do their best!
Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs"
For the Kid Who Blurts Out Talkin Token behavior intervention: Give a student tokens during a whole class discussion. Each time the student participates (or blurts out) they hand over a token. If they are doing exception
This FREEBIE, “My Daily Check-In Chart” outlines a strategy that teachers can implement to address challenging student behaviors in the classroom. This could potentially help students recognize their emotions and identify positive choices they can make.
When designing a behavioral intervention plan it is imperative to figure out the frequency, where and where problems occur. They can help the teacher determine why the problem is occurring and enable them to come up with a solution.
Special Education Behavior Reflection: Think Sheet
Behavior Reflection Think Sheet - yeah, b/c this is just what a student who just misbehaved wants to do - fill out this sheet! Hey, maybe this person is on to something! Deter misbehavior by threatening to have students fill this out if they do misbehave!