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Elem. dicipline.


Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 13:10:56 PST

Below is a behavior report I use in my classroom. The student gets a first on board. If he continues to disrupt, I put a check next to
his name and I fill out this report below which goes to his teacher, for a
consequence. The next time(even next week!) this kid disrupts again, too
bad! The same note goes home for a parent signature. This no-nonsense
approach has worked wonders.

Most important is the expectation that every kid will adhere to your
classroom rules. They pick up your attitude just as easily as they can pick
up a friends negative attitude. I tell them that this is MY classroom. They
are on MY turf. I run my class rules and if they cannot remember that, then
they can write my rules 5 times until they know them "by heart". It works.

Behavior Report in Art


Behavior observed:

___swearing ___Vandalism
___lying ___profane remarks
___fighting ___throwing things
___excessive talking ___refusal to be on task
___talking back to teacher ___refusal to cooperate
___excessive disruptions ___pushing/shoving
___bullying ___leaving classroom without
___threats ___ wandering around the classroom
___disrespect toward classmates
___posession of_______________




I appreciate your support.


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