Social Contract

Each kid could type 1 word in.the more one is typed the bigger it gets Could show what class thinks is most important

Bishop's Blackboard: A First Grade Blog: Social Contract

Our district uses the Capturing Kids' Hearts process to promote positive behavior. One aspect of this process is building a Social Contract.

Do you brag on one another? Try this with your faculty or classroom.... So cool!

Teaching 4 Real: Brag Board-- Place by Teacher Mailboxes, and Teachers Can Brag on Teachers or In the classroom, kids can brag on kids!

Social Contract by queenbee_cb, via Flickr

Class Photo This was the social contract we did as a class. Each student personalized a picture to represent themselves.

Teacher to the Core featured on the First Grade Parade with her Eye Like What I see classroom behavior management idea!

Great behavior management plan using giant googly eyes (or the free printable). This could be adapted to shorter time periods for library class visits!

Social Contracts are a great way to involve students in the classroom rules and expectations. It allows for a more student-centered classroom, where students help make the rules and are responsible for following them. This builds a better teacher-class relationship and improves mutual understanding of expectations and knowing there will be consequences if the agreed rules are not followed.

New teacher here again. So I made a list of rules and procedures and I wanted to know what you guys thought of them. Here are my rules: There.

Bucket Fillers - Surfin' Through Second

Bucket Fillers

The bucket filler board is a must! The kids can fill a bucket ANY time they want to! Every Friday, they check their buckets to find the kind words others have left for them to read. Also goes along with the book, 'Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson

Apology of Action Chart for Responsive Classroom Lesson Like this as a help for love and logic, maybe as a starting point for the ones who have a hard time fixing problems?