The Privilege Jar - This is an excellent idea for rewarding extremely good behavior and reinforcing that character traits you want to develop. _ I can also imagine a Consequences Jar. Level of consequences on color coded car. When they need discipline have the child pull a consequences card in the color code that is appropriate for the action
Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will repeat those modeled behaviors. It is so important to remember that children watch their teachers all the time and listen to everything they say (especially when it’s not in a lecture).
Love this idea, with clear cups/buckets. Students earn a pom pom in their bucket for good behavior/encouraging one another and can share when another student "filled their bucket." They can earn rewards such as bringing a stuffed animal to school, taking off shoes at reading time, extra free time, etc.
games and learning: using competition to engage high school students