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Tips for Encouraging Good Student Behavior

Red Pen Reversal Teachers often use a red pen to mark answers that are incorrect. Instead of using a red pen to check all wrong answers, use a red pen to check all right answers! Write “okay” on all correct answers. Leave answers that are wrong untouched. This is another silent message to students to … Continue reading Tips for Encouraging Good Student Behavior »

More Ideas for Rewarding Good Behavior

Classroom Coupons Why not create coupons to give as rewards for good behavior, special efforts, good work? Coupons could be for eating with the teacher, a night off from homework, having lunch with another class, moving one’s desk to a preferred spot, etc. Coupons are a fun way to reward. Compliment Box Have a special … Continue reading More Ideas for Rewarding Good Behavior »

Ideas for Rewarding Good Student Behavior

Punch-a-Hole Card Need a way to reward good behavior? Make a card for each student and divide the card into small squares, large enough to place a hole punch. Randomly give punches to the student’s card, ensuring that the student realizes that he or she has earned the reward. Keep the punch card in a … Continue reading Ideas for Rewarding Good Student Behavior »

Student Discipline Strategies for Teachers

A good teacher is never without a good plan for discipline in the classroom. Ask any teacher and you’ll know that good behavior management can go a long away. To help with managing student behavior, here are a few discipline strategies for teachers to keep in mind: Discipline with Dignity All students need to be … Continue reading Student Discipline Strategies for Teachers »