This sheet would be helpful to help monitoring a student's progress towards a behavior goal of following directions and minimizing adult prompting. The goal written takes place at a predetermined class and time so the idea is to use a sheet for one
This Flow Chart will direct students to self- monitor and assess why they are not completing work. Hopefully, this will minimize the need for teacher prompting while maximizing students' independent work habits.
Behaviors only really change with any long term success when students buy into it. If you can make self- monitoring a part of the process, you are on your way to helping your students develop helpful habits. I developed this sheet to help a
This short activity would help a student who constantly comes up to teacher with comments like the negative "I don't get it" or the general "I need help!" Teaching students to ask a specific question is helpful to both students and their teachers.
This visual was created to help students who may need relaxation or coping strategies when faced with a tough situation. An example of a situation is where a student's emotions of frustration or anger are escalating. I have found that front
This social story that I created is great to use with a student who gets tired and frustrated during class work. I would suggest reading it at the beginning of lessons to remind student that this is a better option than having an emotional episode
This is a fun way to publish informational reports. Students can create their own books! My students thought it was so cool to see their writing turn into a book. It ignited a genuine excitement for writing so I wanted to share! Hopefully it