CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: Four-Tier Behavior Management Plan
This Behavior Management Plan, specifically tailored to Middle School and High School, includes dozens of behavior interventions, classified into four tiers to help you scaffold interventions as behaviors escalate or de-escalate. Decrease off-task behaviors and increase learning with these best practices! Works beautifully as a school-wide plan to facilitate consistency and common language amongst all staff and faculty! Now available with a site-wide license!
Great idea for tracking behavior on a weekly basis and then referring back when grading or having to contact parents. dandelions and dragonflies: My Behavior Management Plan
I like my whole group clip chart, but I wonder if this would help a kid who is really struggling with behavior, to have his/her own. Or maybe a black and white copy of it that they can color in where they are at. It could have four copies of the chart too to show where they were throughout the day but breaking the day into fourths. Personal Clip Chart and Behavior Management Plan - What the Teacher Wants!
Sporty behavior chart for elementary school. Idea: write each student's name on a basketball cutout and "dribble" it up and down the "court." :) Maybe need to do a variation for scouts if I'm going to have 12 2nd graders.
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So cool! Neat behavior management plan (couldn't use it in my classroom - because I have ALL the kids - but could adapt it somehow if we do a sports school theme again)
send a Behavior Plan home on the first day of school, outlining classroom rules, Clip Chart System, expectations, and consequences. The students and parents both have to sign the bottom before returning it to school.
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