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A Variety of Uses for Seating Charts
Checking daily attendance, recording homework, monitoring participation, and documenting student behavior just got esier for this educator. Check out her tip and make it work for you!
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Adjustable Seating Chart
The power of the Post-it Note! See how Ms. Westphal's unique tip can help you track absences, grading and student work.
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After School Detention
Deana uses a simple procedure to track student behavior, which serves as the basis for assigning after school detention. Find out how this procedure and her school’s commitment to a uniform policy has curbed poor behavior throughout the entire school.
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Behavior Box
When it comes to documenting notable indicents of student behavior, Ms. Jacobs thinks outside the box. See what she keeps INSIDE a box that helps her track behavior.
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Behavior Chart
Do you write down the names of your problem students and then forget what they did by the end of the day? Here’s a simple rule chart that will jog your memory as you write a day’s end report or note home to the parent.
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Behavior Contracts
This tip helps students learn about making agreements while participating in their own discipline improvement. Read about Ms. Sayles' tip and see if it can work for you!
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Behavior Dots
Ms. Taylor holds down noise levels in her classroom by rewarding students for monitoring and correcting their own noisy behavior. All it takes are her grade book, a handful of prizes, certificates, and an array of dots.
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Behavior Logs
Ms. Tatel's tip is a great opportunity to continually discuss a student's behavior, to emphasize positive behaviors, and problem-solve around the negative ones. See if her tip can help you curb your students' bad behavior
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Behavior Notebook
A simple tracking tool help students hold themselves accountable for their behavior and the teacher to communicate behavior issues to parents.
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Behavior Notes
Tracking the behavior of your disruptive students can be draining and complicated. Ms. Nelson has a way to keep it simple, so you can save time and energy. See if her tip can work for you!
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