Classroom Management Plan

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    Classroom Management Plan

    Incentives: Wood Road’s PBIS Plan has 3 basic expectations: Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible. Each child has been explicitly taught the school-wide behavioral expectations beginning the first days of school. These lessons highlight specific behavioral expectations in each area of the school including: instructional areas, hallways, cafeteria, recess, assemblies, bathrooms, and buses. Students are acknowledged frequently for following these behavioral expectations throughout the school. Students following the "Three B’s" will be acknowledged with Scottie Bucks. Students may be rewarded at any time during the school day if they are following the three be’s. they will also earn Scottie bucks for completing activities at school and at home (ie homework assignments). These will accumulate and may be turned in for various items / activities. These redemption items will include both tangible and intangible pieces. For example, a student may purchase things like pencils, erasers, bracelets.  Or they may have the opportunity to purchase things like the teachers chair for the day or extra computer time.  Redemption will occur every other week.

    Management : We use a reminder notebook system in our classroom. Students are provided with verbal warnings as needed. If they are unable to follow directions they are asked to visit the reminder notebook. This is a three ring binder that travels with the children wherever they go (ie PE, art, music, lunch recess etc.). In our reminder notebook children will circle the behavior they had difficulty with and we will come up with a better choice for next time. No visits in a day, students will earn 15 minutes of 'fun time'.  Each visit to the reminder notebook will result in losing 5 minutes of ‘fun time’. This is separate from our daily recess time. I will indicate how many visits/minutes were missed in your child’s daily log with a smile face, 5, 10 or no fun time and explanation.

     

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