QUICK BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT REFLECTION AND RECORDING. Change how detention looks forever! Use the behavior record to keep of record of behavior incidents and help students to develop strategies to reduce future behavior incidents. What do you do when you send a student into the hall, but have a class to still teach? Giving out this behavior record as you send a student out of class, allows them to reflect on the incident and give their side before an actual teacher discussion, solves the common problem of immediate action for disruptive behavior, and helps reduce future behavior incidents. It also helps to open up discussions with parents on behavior incidents without making students or the teachers into "the bad guy."
Engaged students require less behavior management. CHECK OUT THESE VERSATILE STRATEGIES TO KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED ACROSS THE CURRICULUM:
Exit Tickets Ninja Style
Persona Summary for Concept Building
Tricky Testing Vocabulary
Vocab Sneak- inspired by Jimmy Fallon
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Student Led Daily Record