Seminar by the Behavior Doctor
Seminar by the Behavior Doctor
When someone is doing something they shouldn't be, instead of calling them out, ring the bell and draw attention to someone who WAS on task. (She gives a tally.) Makes everyone aware they are being watched without hurting feelings. posit behavior, draw attent, school, positive classroom management, classroom bell, bells, positive behavior management, feelings, teacher room
draw your attention to POSITIVE behavior! As chaos ensues within the classroom (and by chaos I mean anything from "getting a little chatty" to "full on riots"), I look for someone who is doing the right thing. And then... DING! I whack my little bell and the room comes to a screeching halt. Because: a) They know somebody is about to get awarded a tally and (even if they were the one go-go dancing on a desk they still hold a flicker of) hope that it will be their name c...
Whole class management tool- when the class works together, they get a piece to a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete, they earn a reward!
flipcharts- I have blogged about why this is not part of PBIS and why it should not be used in the classroom- it keeps showing up in Pinterest as PBIS- I promise you it is not. It is response cost- and a violation of FERPA- you can't post "F" papers on the wall- why would it be okay to post "F" behavior up on the wall for all to see. classroom social, flipchart, flip charts
I used Remind 101 last year in my class. My parents and students absolutely loved it. Remind 101 allowed for me to shoot a quick mass text message to groups of people in less than a minute. I absolutely loved using this as a piece of communication in my classroom, and will definitely implement it again this year! @remind101 texts, remind101, students, parents, school, messag, field trips, remind 101, teachers
image- This is a great - super great way to get in contact with your students and their parents. Your cell phone number is hidden- so they can't call you- but you can send reminders about home-work - information that parents and students need etc. Remind101 - it's an app on your phone. I use it in my college classes- but if I was still teaching public school- I would use it in the classroom. You could tweet behavioral tips to parents. Imagine the possibilities.
The Remind101 Blog
Positive Behavior Support at the Tertiary Level: Red Zone Strategies: Laura A. Riffel: 9781412982016: Amazon.com: Books
Mo state pbis website
Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support
Second Grade Nest: Bird Cage Behavior Management (Monday Made It)
Sweet School Lunch Love Notes
McGruff the Crime Dog teaches kids about how to stop, talk and walk when faced with bullying in this funny 5-minute video. The role bystanders can play in helping to create a safe, happy community is also discussed. school, antibulli film, charact, behavior, anti bullying, bullying videos, films, mcgruff, kid
LOVE THIS!!! This teacher holds a "reading raffle" and students enter their tickets in the bins with the book they most want to win. :} Tickets earned through behavior and responsibility... Hold the raffle once a month... reading teacher, raffl, student enter, books, students, ticket, behavior, book bins classroom, teachers
LOVE THIS!!! This teacher holds a "reading raffle" and students enter their tickets in the bins with the book they most want to win. :} Tickets earned through behavior and responsibility... Hold the raffle once a month...
Delicious Donuts This printable donut bag is a darling way to present a tasty treat! It also makes for a fabulous, but inexpensive way to show appreciation if your child is in middle school, and youre thanking more than one teacher!
Hmm... interesting... Free web-based program to send updates to parents and students via text message. They subscribe online and you don't ever have to know their phone numbers and they never have to know yours. Great way to keep kids updated. texts, text parents teachers, remind101, phone number, school, student, parent remind, text messag, remind 101
*For my Teacher friends ** Very cool parent reminder. They sign up online, you fill out online, they get a text. You never have to know their numbers, they never have to know yours! Genius!
PBIS Expectations - Mr. Watanabe's Class Website