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Balloons-R-Us
I teach a program called Freshman Academy. This program takes the thirty to forty lowest incoming freshmen and tries to get them caught up in reading and mathematics. I lead these students in running ...
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Banking Day
Ms. Bell’s classroom store doubles as a clever incentive program encourages good behavior in addition to reinforcing math and money skills. Find out how she stocks and manages the store inventory, and how students balance their books.
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Behavior Bank
Ms. Klock sets up a classroom store, teaches money skills and lays the ground work for an effective discipline policy with her own unique twist on a common classroom activity. Find out how she does it.
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Behavior Bucks
Ms. Morrison awards each student $25 in play money at the beginning of each nine week session, which they must use to pay for misbehavior. A culminating event provides just deserts for the whole class.
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Finn's Five and Dime
To promote positive learning, students must complete their work accurately, neatly and on time, with positive and respectful behavior. They also must complete homework and have their daily agenda sign...
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Making Good Decisions
I use Decision Dollars as my classroom management system. Every Monday, I give each student three new Decision Dollars and tell them I trust them to make good decisions. Throughout the week, I praise ...
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Math and Management
I use a checkbook system for my classroom management. It ultimately serves more than one purpose. We review basic addition and subtraction without tedious worksheets...
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Money Exchange
My students have colored cards that they change if they do not follow the classroom rules. The objective is to stay on green each day. If they do, they get a penny, which they keep in a film canister ...
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School Store
During lunch, my students run a school store in our classroom selling candy and school supplies. They learn to operate the cash register, count money, do inventory, interact with customers and read in...
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