Teaching Heart's Behavior Management Page Useful tips from teachers, printables, great books, and everything else you will need to set up a great behavior management sy
Last year I finished my 12th year of teaching. Over the last 12 years I have seen many behavior management trends come and go. During my first few years of teaching, prize boxes were all the rage.…
Start out by using ClassDojo to track class-wide progress toward behavioral goals. Use it like a high-tech marble jar: Points can be added or taken away depending on how the class is behaving. Help your class set goals and work toward rewards based on how many points they've earned. However, be careful to ensure that individuals aren't publicly singled out in negative ways. You can also use the system to monitor students' individual progress and look for behavioral patterns. In this sense, you could use ClassDojo as more of a high-tech behavior chart, with frequent assessments for each student. Watch this video and see!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYeKBOMr5Mo
Emphasize the obvious, keep things fresh, and be honest. Showing students that it pays to behave and respecting them as individuals greatly enhance classroom management.