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    beginning of the year - daily behavior goals

    • Ashley Banowetz

      Task 3 - Identify Long-Range Classroom Goals - Create goals for the class based on behaviors that need to be reinforced. When a student doesn't follow the goal, simply point to the board. - I think this would be really good for the beginning of the year. From the start, we need to start reinforcing our classroom rules. But instead of thinking of them as rules, we can also think of them as goals.

    • Shannon Hunter

      Have a daily class goal that everyone must work on. I thought about doing this for each individual student.. Have it on their desk.. a dry erase mat.. Could be daily or weekly goal.

    • Lindsey S

      Good for classroom management. Chose daily goal depending on what behavior needs to be focused on/improved (based on day before behavior) whole group/individual. Remember to reward and praise behavior.

    • Alicia Ann

      beginning of the year - daily behavior the idea and think it would work for weekly goals that come out of our Monday class meeting!

    • Loretta Knorr

      Today's Class Behavior Goals- have students take ownership! -- use with those classes that repeatedly have a hard time with behavior

    • Erin Holbrook

      Our Daily Class Goals. Could grow this up a bit for my students, but could help with some behaviour modification.

    • Wendy Favata

      Today's Class Behavior Goals- have students take ownership.

    • Jordan VanEngen

      Our Daily Class Goals. Set at morning meeting.

    • Hannah Smith

      Classroom management Our Daily Class Goals

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