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Traveling Binders and Saturday School

Found in: homework; tracking behavior

To keep records of student behavior and late assignments, our school has devised a simple record keeping system. Each teacher has a binder that travels with their class wherever they go. There's a form in the binder that the teacher use to record any misbehaviors or missing work. The columns on the form include student name, subject, behavior, work and explanation. At the end of the day, I review the form and assign predetermined consequences for behavior or late work and then begin a new form the next day. This is an easy way to keep records for the entire quarter. Students can also earn privilege points for good behavior and completed work.

We also have a Saturday school program, which is two hours for any student who has three or more late assignments per week.


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