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I was probably too late...but sent attachments to several who could not open
I have a "companion" file that would work well with Donna's daily grade.
That way you would not need to run off a daily grade sheet for the 80% to
90% of your students who do behave and do what they are told/expected to do
(we have a "paper shortage" now at our school--we were all rationed two
reams of paper for the rest of the year a couple weeks ago. I showed them! I
gave my two reams to two teachers who were stressed out about it and bought
my own---just keep on smiling). I have a discipline record sheet that has my
rules--space for student to sign his/her name and space for the student's
explanation (or my explanation). I do not have time to stop class to keep
records...so I just say "Go sign the book" (and they do it! how cool!).
Anyway....I use this form with Access (enter info into my data base and can
then find frequency and type of infraction --but honestly do not keep up the
way I should. I cheat and tell the students that are "in trouble" that I
have not had the time to notify their parents so they have one more chance
to straighten up....It is so much fun how this works with middle school
students). I still haven't worked all the bugs out of the Access data
base....so will use this method with Donna's form---just record the problems
every few days. I have two different versions that will work for the daily
infractions. The "H" with technology.
I like my second one better because it gives space for students to write
their side of what happened. Let me know if you would like the infraction
P.S. I really didn't say the bad word out loud ("H")...but oh the stories I
could share....it has been a very bad "tech week" in the Decker household.
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