Do you use time outs as part of your disciplinary plan? This kit is perfect for you!
As a 7th grade teacher, my team got tired of trying to come up with work for a student to do when they were sent out of class or needed a time out. So I came up with the idea of a Refocus Form. Each teacher on the team had a binder with blank forms, and so when a student was sent out to another teacher, there was a ready-made activity for the student to complete. It kept us from losing instructional time, but also increased student responsibility.
This file contains
1) A binder cover for the reflection desk (it is recommended to have multiple reflection forms in the binder so you do not lose instructional time getting materials for disruptive students)
2) Sheets for students to fill out when they need a break (time out, etc.) due to poor choices or causing disruption in the classroom. There are 2 separate forms; you are encouraged to choose the one that suits your style – or use both as a form of progressive discipline.
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Classroom Management Super Bundle
Classroom posters for classroom management middle grades and secondary
No Questions Asked Hall Passes
Parent Contact Kit
Passes hall passes clinic passes and classroom log
Positive Phrases for Teachers
Student contract behaviors rules expectations
Student kept Behavior Checklists
White Board Procedures Poster