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S. Petrey LISD August Staff Development
Classroom Management is very personal to most teachers Create a system that fits your style Try something new Tweak what isn’t working well
Point Systems are one way to let kids take a role in classroom management Grant points for desired behavior Allow students to redeem points for rewards Deduct points for undesirable behavior
You could Grant Points for…. Signed Progress Report Signed Syllabus Attending Open House Bringing Supplies Perfect Attendance Arriving on Time No Discipline Referrals Completing Chores No Zeros
Students could ‘Spend’ Points for… 1 point for a restroom break 2 points to drop a daily grade 3 points to drop a quiz grade For Disciplinary Purposes
How to Manage Points… No Need to ‘clip coupons’ Points can carry over Pass out Reports Students can Choose
Benefits Fewer Restroom Breaks Plentiful Supplies Clean/Organized Classroom Improved Compliance Student ownership of Grades
Drawbacks Lots of Grades for Lots of Points Extra Work on you Time to complete Task. Not Motivating for all students
What do you think? Would a point system work for you? Have you done this before? What modifications would you make? What parts are you considering ?
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