A visual schedule for calming down. Created by Matthew Summers. Visual charts for school and home use. These were originally created for special education students, but can be modified if, and where, needed.
In an attempt to have students self-monitor their behaviors and provide parents with feedback on their day, I created this proficiency scale. Students rate themselves on a scale based on several criteria. TWO VERSIONS
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Visuals to support my students in their classrooms
The school where I teach is transitioning into using P.I created this Think Sheet for our staff to use. We make copies of the Think Sheet to keep on hand.We copied pages in a front/back method and laminated them. We only needed one per classroo
My Choices Today.note home to parents Make the student have accountability for their actions! I would add positive choices on the same list and if on a behavior plan have them check what they did do to reinforce the positive behavior choices.
Classroom rewards don’t have to cost a lot of money Reward coupons for the classroom focus on rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special. Throw away that treasure box! Students will thrive on the positivity and choices t