I picked this for Task 5 and Task I think this is a good idea to reinforce positive behavior and give students recognition for responsible behavior. I picked this for Task 5 because it is also a way to maintain expectations if you reward the shoutouts.
Corey Moore - April 2017 - It is evident that it can be very difficult to think of a sufficient consequence for bad behavior. Here is a quick reference sheet for teachers to use. I think these are very logical consequences to consider.
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!
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
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.
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!