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This is a behavior punch card that is used to reward positive behavior in the classroom. This again stresses the importance of positive behavior in the classroom and also hints on the rewards as well. If you get all 20 squares punched in for good behavior then you get a free homework pass or lunch with the teacher:)
Classroom Management: Tools for Positive Behavior Management in Middle School
High academic and behavior expectations can go hand-in-hand with a positive, nurturing classroom environment! More than any tangible reward you can offer, adolescents crave meaningful positive recognition. Here are several tools that work effectively with tweens and teens to quietly diffuse potential mishaps, provide students with encouraging recognition, and save your sanity! #classroommanagement #behaviormanagement #middleschool
When I'm Frustrated - Visual Story for Kids. As nurses we need to help children develop effective coping skills.
Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior When Having A Problem The concept in this activity is adapted from the work of Michelle Garcia-Winner, SLP. It explicitly teaches the ever important concept of Expected vs. Unexpected behavior, this time, when you are having a problem. Children enjoy making this behavior chart and also discussing the scenario cards and doing role plays. Read the social story either before or after the lesson or as needed with individual students.