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Crazy but works
Old 07-21-2011, 06:32 PM
 
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I use sticky notes. Each child has a set of 5 sticky notes on their desk numbered 5 down to 1. If I have to speak to a child, they have to throw away a sticky note. Believe it or not, they DON'T want to do that! At the end of the day I can quickly walk around the room and record each child's "number." I made up a chart in Excel with each child's name, a column for each day of the week (in each day I have the numbers 1 2 3 4 5), and an area for notes to write any specific behavior issues. I circle the number that the child is on for the day. At the end of the week, I can average the points for a weekly behavior grade. If a child has lost a number each day (that means everyday a 4 is circled) then the average is 80%. That would be an S on our report card. The majority of my students receive E (excellent). They do whatever it takes to keep a sticky note. I've done this for four years.


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