Behavior

Everyday Rules that Really Work

Tips for Creating Rules That Really Work

General Rules of Conduct


CHOICES Management Plan, by Kathy B.

Deal or No Deal- Submitted by Crystal Mcvea

Lunch Detention Form- Detention reflection sheet that can be sent home to parents.  Received from Ms. Leedy of Highlander Way Middle School.

Subtle, but Serious- Article on how young girls use aggression to bully others and what can be done to stop it.

Bad Behavior and How to Turn It Around- Article from Scholastic Instructor, April 2008

Smart and Bored- Are your students misbehaving because the subject matter is too easy for them?  Article from Scholastic Instructor, April 2008

Behavior Tracking Form- Keep track of students' behavior using this form

Behavior Doctor- Great site with lots of tips and forms

Sweet Classroom Rules- Inspired by Mrs. Camp's version, these rules are inspired by favorite candy treats.  This poster can be blown up and put on the wall, or re-created with the real wrappers.

Power Teaching- Classroom techniques that really help!

Behavior Reflection Forms

Daily Self-Assessment Form- Ask students to fill this each day if needed as part of a behavior plan.

Feeling Thermometer- Again, great for part of a behavior plan.  Received from Ms. Leedy of Highlander Way Middle School


Self Calming Reflection Form- Nip behavior problems in the bud-ask students to fill this form out before their feelings escalate.  Received from Ms. Leedy of Highlander Way Middle School.

Let's Write About It- Self reflection form for students who are misbehaving.  Received from Ms. Leedy of Highlander Way Middle School.

Behavior Improvement Form- One more self reflection sheet for students

Stop and Think- Reflection starter

The Motivator- Great paragraph to ask students to copy while in detention.  Recieved from Ms. Leedy of Highlander Way Middle School.

Parent Notification Template- Need to send a note home about behavior?  Fill in the blanks...