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Next year I am going to try something new for behavior. This year I would call parents when there was some kind of big behavior problem at school, and when particular students had a really great day/week, but I didn't have a consistent home-school behavior communication plan. So, here it is, my behavior plan for next year (only for students who need it, of course):
Narquita Huff saved to Behavior log
Use this behavior log to keep track of student behavior issues and to follow up with their guardians. Free to download and print
Esosa Imasuen saved to Work
Weekly Behavior Chart- Parent Communication Log Daily boxes for teacher to write notes in or put a stamp/sticker on. You can also have your students color in the box if you use a color system. At the bottom is a weekly report for the teacher to fill out. Spanish Version French Version German Version
Markisha Herring saved to for back to school
This year as the Academic Dean of Students, I am primarily responsible for school climate and behavior management. My principal is a huge a...
This is Part 2 in my series on Take Home Folders/ Homework Folders. If you missed Part 1, I talked about how to set up, label, and organize your folders. Check it out here. Today's blog post will discuss how to actually manage the folders and the gazillions of papers that go back and forth from school to home. We live in a digital world, but papers are very much still a part of elementary schools. Having an efficient system in place will save you so many headaches. If you are a brand new…
Leo Garcia saved to Classroom Ideas
Monthly behavior logs w/ behavior codes for much quicker school-home communication -- brilliant template to make!
Krista Wang saved to Classroom Craze
This is a daily behavior report in English and Spanish that I use for a few of my students. At the end of the day, I discuss with the student how they felt the day went and then I tell them how I thought the day went. The three behaviors I assess are: 1. Participation in class 2. Listening and following directions 3. Completed work I color in the face to represent: happy face = good effort straight face=some effort sad face=no effort There is also a section for comments and a parent…
sharon diane saved to Education
special education, behavior, behavior plans, BIPs, writing a behavior plan
Missy Abbott saved to Special Education
Simple and straightforward behavior chart to send home in students' take home folders to communicate with parents about child's behavior at school. Print and go!
Peggy Smith saved to data
Track student behavior the quick, efficient way: use a checklist. Free, editable trackers can be used to document and graph behaviors.
Jodi Johnson saved to Teacher organization