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Engaging, student-friendly, and ready to print-and-go, this resource is chock-full of tools, strategies, and activities that will save you loads of time and set your students up for success all year long!
High academic and behavior expectations can go hand-in-hand with a positive, nurturing classroom environment! More than any tangible reward you can give them, adolescents crave meaningful positive recognition. Here are some tools that work effectively with 'tweens and teens to quietly diffuse potential mishaps, provide students with the encouraging recognition they need, create a positive classroom environment, and save your sanity!
This 60-page product includes:
-Filling the Gas Tank with Positive Behavior Recognition (a list of several ways to give middle school and high school students positive recognition for positive choices)
-“Plan of Action” to help middle schoolers and high schoolers reflect on their behavior and formulate a proactive plan to improve their choices.
-“Stop Signs” (a behavior management tool that allows you to give students a silent cue when you need them to change their classroom behavior – the card asks the student to stop their behavior and to stop and see you after class to discuss behavior)
-“Oops” forms (non-confrontational reminders that give students an opportunity to fix dress code infractions before returning to class)
-Kudos (shout-outs for great choices!)
-Free Study Hall Passes
-Invitations to Have Lunch with the Teacher (and a tip for making this one of the most requested rewards!)
-Invitations to Have Breakfast with the Teacher
-Seat Swap Coupons (Choose your own seat for a day)
-Free Computer Time Coupons
-Listen to Music Coupons
-Be Class DJ for a Day Coupons
-Free Doodle Time During Class Coupons
-Be Dismissed First From Class Coupons
-Chew Gum in Class Coupons
-Thanks for Showing R-E-S-P-E-C-T! (Notes to students)
-Cotcha' Cards (Notes to students)
-Cool Down Cards
-Strategies Especially For 'Tweens and Teens
-Meaningful Praise Especially For 'Tweens and Teens
-Lists of Tangible Rewards Especially For 'Tweens and Teens
-Strategies for Students with Challenging Behaviors
-Tracking Sheet for Positive Communications to Home
-Positive Notes Home
-3 Behavior Journals and tools to implement them
-Letter appealing to parents for donations of tangible rewards to be used throughout the year
-2 pages of Teaching Tips
These are also great strategies to use to differentiate your classroom behavior management strategies in inclusive settings or in Special Education Classes!
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