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.
* An entire website full of Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies - Choose a problem behavior - Assess whether that seems to be a good description of the student's actions, then view possible interventions from least at Level 2 or Amazing Resource!
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!
Behavior Punch Cards - This 66 page resource is great for helping your preschool, Kindergarten, or grade students earn punches and improve their behavior! With ready made and editable forms, your student behavior will be its b
A clip chart with a twist! Behavior management is a snap with this behavior chart. Whole-class and individual clip charts mixed with brag tags make your classroom management easy to maintain day after day.
6 Ways to Promote Positive Student Behavior
Promoting positive student behavior is important in the classroom. Here are a few ideas to reward students when they are doing positive things. | Tame the Classroom
Task Students should eventually be able to take leadership in their class and learning. These bracelets will reinforce students, show that the teacher is paying attention to the students, and it will give children responsibility for helping others.