Zachary Hooker

Zachary Hooker

Seoul, South Korea / Scene Herd
Zachary Hooker
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Simple visuals remind elementary students of the consequences of the behavior and are particularly helpful for ESL students insofar as the teacher can simply point to a stage to indicate where the student is on the consequence chart.

Simple visuals remind elementary students of the consequences of the behavior and are particularly helpful for ESL students insofar as the teacher can simply point to a stage to indicate where the student is on the consequence chart.

Personally, I design my categories of positive skills and negative behaviors on Class Dojo to visually deliver rewards and punishments in real time. Collected, these constitute a behavior rubric that is electronically recorded with each class.

Personally, I design my categories of positive skills and negative behaviors on Class Dojo to visually deliver rewards and punishments in real time. Collected, these constitute a behavior rubric that is electronically recorded with each class.

I find numbers helpful to compare students' relative behavior. Such totals need a context, however. This chart helps give teachers that numerical indicator or students' and classes' relative behaviors.

I find numbers helpful to compare students' relative behavior. Such totals need a context, however. This chart helps give teachers that numerical indicator or students' and classes' relative behaviors.

I might take the advanced-level "Criteria that Assesses" off the top of this, but overall it's a good visual self-evaluation rubric for students.

I might take the advanced-level "Criteria that Assesses" off the top of this, but overall it's a good visual self-evaluation rubric for students.

Simple is generally better. Great little rubric for a writing class here.

A student success chart is a great tool for students who need some extra incentive to improve their behavior, attitude or a

Good and comprehensive checklist for teachers to create a 'behavior dossier' for each student.

Good and comprehensive checklist for teachers to create a 'behavior dossier' for each student.

While it is important to have clearly defined expectations, rewards, and consequences in the classroom, I also like challenging students to process micro-behaviors within larger moral and philosophical concepts. I.e., instead of "I hit my neighbor so I lost 3 points," the student must ask themselves, "Did I show self-control with my actions?"

While it is important to have clearly defined expectations, rewards, and consequences in the classroom, I also like challenging students to process micro-behaviors within larger moral and philosophical concepts. I.e., instead of "I hit my neighbor so I lost 3 points," the student must ask themselves, "Did I show self-control with my actions?"

Again, simplicity -- perfect for upper elementary ESL students. Also great for teacher use only.

This is a decent way of quickly doing some self-assessment for students. I think it could add a bit more of a reflective piece but the checklist is simple and intuitive. It's a good first step at self-awareness.

Bold colors and ease of use make this a good chart, but it will be important for the teacher to clarify to the student exactly what infraction or positive behavior prompts his/her movement of the name clips.

Bold colors and ease of use make this a good chart, but it will be important for the teacher to clarify to the student exactly what infraction or positive behavior prompts his/her movement of the name clips.