Since opening 4 years ago, our school has used PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports) as a school-wide system for setting expectations and managing behavior. (Read more about PBIS whole-class rewards our school uses here.)
What is PBIS? Why?
Tracking Notes Sent Home
On my “A Note from My Teacher” pad, I write the dates so I see how frequently a student received a note. Since a sticky note is a lot smaller (and most of the time written on the fly as I see something great throughout the day), I use checks and dots. Checks are positive notes and dots are “Today ______ struggled with ___________. I know tomorrow we will _________!”
Printing Your Own Notepads
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