Do you use some type of classroom economy? Or maybe you want to start one but the thought of either tracking points or printing and cutting "bucks" is making you hesitant?
I started using the free online site, Class Dojo, a couple of years ago but could never decide what to do with the points. I wanted students to be able to trade them in for prizes, but if they didn't spend all of the points at once it became difficult. I've seen great ideas for tracking points in elementary classrooms, but the secondary classroom is a little harder when you have multiple classes of students. I didn't want to deal with bulletin boards or paper "money," so I came up with this spreadsheet.
This is a Google Sheet which you can make a copy of or download as Excel. The formulas are already embedded in the sheet for you. As soon as you begin entering points earned and spent, the totals will calculate for you. The sheet has columns for nine weeks and rows for thirty students, but you can adapt it to fit your own needs. You can also duplicate the sheet to have one for each class you teach or one for each grading period.
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