Sometimes behavior management plans need a revamp. For some of my most challenging classes, an impeccably organized and detailed behavior management plan was the only successful strategy to creating a safe space for my students to learn. Hopefully this behavior system can help you get order your class to create the environment you want.
What are the basics?
CARDS: This system hinges on Red Cards and Green Cards. I use printed, colored cards to distribute to students.
DAILY RECORDS: A daily running record of Red Cards and Green Cards . The ability to see trends is why recording why a student received a Red Card was for is important. In the Outline/Parent Letter, you will find a list of codes used to make recording Red Cards quick and easy during class time.
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS: For some students, I find that keeping an Individual Record Sheet is necessary.
REFLECTIONS: If students receive more than one Red Card in a class, they should spend some time reflecting. This packet includes a customizable Reflection Form for the Think Tank.
-A Quick Start Guide to explain the structure and included features
-Red Card/Green Card Templates
-Class Behavior Tracking Chart
-Individual Record Sheet
-Think Tank Sign and Reflection
All items are in Word/Excel, so you can fully customize to meet your needs.
I’m more than happy to chat with you about how the system is working and help you work out any kinks!