During whole group I can move stick FOR student and won't have to explain 'why?', thus interrupting the lesson. Because of the color-coded charts, kids will KNOW! During independent work/stations/Free time, students can move their own stick. LOVE THIS!
Class Dojo Classroom Management and Behavior System
If a student gets on pink, they get to put a jewel on his/her clothespin and they get a "pink note" to take home and show off to their families! To keep track of my students' daily behaviors, I've created a binder with these weekly recording sheets.
Behavior Charts - When, Why, and How to Use Them. Adding goals to the top of the behavior chart and a rubric next to each part of our day has made all the difference this year! It helps students see where they are going and measure success.
Do you have a positive classroom behavior system that students are rocking in the classroom, but it's falling apart outside of the classroom? Class Dojo has been a great tool in my Autism classroom, but it was falling apart at recess, lunch, and ma