Classroom Freebies Too: Managing Problematic Behaviors

Managing Problematic Behaviors

PRE-MADE --charts & contracts that take up your time - find HERE! *A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: I-Messages, Behavior Plans, Progress Monitoring.-Could tweek for chores or home responsibilities.

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Try out these classroom behavior management strategies on those little knuckleheads. Progressive discipline, using student planners, creating behavior contracts, more.

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of the classroom. This blog post goes through all the details you need to know! Click through to learn more for your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Also great for special education teachers!!

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of th

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Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

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Daily behavior chart: the two empty fields on the right could be filled in for individualized student behavior goals. This would probably work best for late elementary and early middle school students.

Behaviour contract for kids, from an amazingly helpful website!

Behavior Contract to use at home, helps to implement expected behavior both at school and at home. Behaviour contract for kids, from an amazingly helpful website!

This would be a great chart for monitoring student behavior in the first few weeks of school and continued for students who need more help.

Reporting Behavior in the Classroom

A very useful checklist that can be used to communicate student behavior with parents. This can update parents and allow them to participate in achieving their child's behavioral goals.

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Understand How to Shape Behavior: This is to monitor overall behavior everyday for the students in my classroom. I would use this as self-evaluation behavior check in my classroom.

Use These Resources to Improve Classroom Behavior: A Behavior Level System for Secondary Students

Resources to Improve Classroom Behavior

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While this seems to be aimed at younger students, sometimes it can be as easy as showing a clear checklist of what a student did wrong for them to work on fixing the behavior.

A parent-child behavior contract can be helpful for kids with learning and attention issues who have trouble with things like frustration, self-control and lying.

Download: Parent-Child Behavior Contracts

Behavior contracts can help keep kids on track and reduce family battles. Use these sample behavior contracts to create one that works for your family.

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The #1 Way to Improve Student Behavior! - Let Them Self-Assess

I could bring this up to secondary by self-assessing century skills. The perfect classroom management strategy. This FREE weekly self-assessment has saved me so much time, improved parent communication, and given my students ownership!

How do you deal with a difficult student at the secondary level? We don't do cute behavior incentives in high school, and other behavior interventions haven't been effective. Therefore, I'm sharing the behavior contract I created that I used with a couple of particularly difficult students. Click through to read about the contract and download it!

Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

How do you deal with a difficult student at the secondary level? We don't do cute behavior incentives in high school, and other behavior interventions haven't been effective. Therefore, I'm sharing the behavior contract I created that I used with a couple

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