Punch Cards for Positive Behavior - Each student gets a punch card, and when the teacher sees students with exemplerary behavior, they get a punch. When the punchcard is full, the student gets a reward.
Maybe it's just me, but I'm always on the lookout from other teacher friends for positive behavior support and classroom management ideas. Here are some strategies I use in my classroom to give students the behavioral support they need!
How to Write a Behavior Support Plan. Children with challenging behaviors need positive behavior supports to meet success in the home and school settings. Negative or inappropriate behaviors may be the result of any number of things--.
* An entire website full of Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies - Choose a problem behavior - Assess whether that seems to be a good description of the student's actions, then view possible interventions from least at Level 2 or Amazing Resource!
Integrating Academic and Behavior Supports Within an RtI Framework, Part General Overview
Implement and Monitor Behavior Support Plans: Data Tells the Story