• In our classroom the students will be working on a daily behavior chart system and a weekly level chart.  The goal of the behavior chart  and weekly level chart is to award students for their positive choices in the classroom.  Students will begin everyday on Ready to Learn.  From there the students will be able to move up or down on the chart based upon their choices.  Whenever a student moves up or down a level on the chart I will be having a brief private conversation with them, giving them specific feedback as to why the movement on the chart is happening.   At the end of the day I will document where your child is on the chart.  At the end of the week I will look at where your child has been everyday and will send home a letter letting your child know what level they are on for the following week.  What level your child is on determines their privelages in the classroom for the following week.  Below is a detailed explanation of what the daily and weekly levels are.

    Daily Level Chart

    What does OUTSTANDING look like?

    • I am using my coping skills consistently without help.
    • I am completing my work on time.
    • I am allowing others to learn.
    • I show a positive attitude towards my peers and the work.
    • I accept responsibility for my behavior.
    • I participate in class discussions.
    • I follow the classroom rules.
    • I have all my materials organized  and ready and/or in easy reach.

     

    What does SHOWING PRIDE look like?

    • I am using my coping skills consistently with little help.
    • I am completing my work on time.
    • I am allowing others to learn.
    • I show a positive attitude towards my peers and the work.
    • I accept responsibility for my behavior.
    • I participate in class discussions with some prompting.
    • I follow the classroom rules with a few reminders.
    • I have most of my materials organized  and ready and/or in easy reach.




    What does being a Role Model look like?

    • I am using my coping skills most of the day, but sometimes need reminders.
    • I am completing my work within the day given.
    • I am allowing others to learn but can be distracting.
    • I am starting to show a positive attitude towards my peers and the work.
    • I try to accept responsibility for my behavior.
    • I participate in class discussions when called on.
    • I follow the classroom rules, when reminded.
    • I have my materials needed in the classroom.

    What does being Ready to learn look like?

    • I am attempting to use my coping skills most of the day, but  need reminders.
    • I am completing my work within the day given with reminders.
    • I am allowing others to learn but can be distracting.
    • I am starting to show a positive attitude towards my peers and the work.
    • I try to accept responsibility for my behavior, at times I need help.
    • I participate in class discussions when called on.
    • I follow the classroom rules, when reminded.
    • I have my materials needed in the classroom.

    What does THINKING ABOUT IT look like?

    • I am learning and attempting to use my coping skills but need support.
    • I am trying to complete work during that class period but may need help to finish it.
    • I show a negative attitude towards my peers.
    • I can be disruptive to others learning.
    • I am starting to discuss my responsibility for my behaviors.
    • The teacher may ask me to take a break.
    • I know where my materials are but do not want to use them.
    • Mrs. Harder may contact home.  





    What does TEACHER’S CHOICE look like?

    • I am learning how to use my coping skills but need support.
    • I am trying to complete work with help during that class period but am unable to finish it.
    • I show a negative attitude towards my peers and work.
    • I am disruptive to others learning.
    • I am starting to discuss my responsibility for my behaviors but have a hard time accepting my part.
    • The teacher has asked me to take a break(s).
    • I know where my materials are but do not want to use them.
    • I need support with almost everything.  
    • Mrs. Harder will be contacting home.

     

    What does being on OFFICE/PARENT look like?

    • I need help managing my behaviors.
    • I am not completing work/participating in class.
    • I am not allowing others to learn my behaviors are getting in the way.
    • I am not accepting responsibility for my actions. I blame others.
    • I have shown unsafe behavior towards myself or others.
    • I am not attending all my classes.

     

     

    Weekly Levels

     

    Level 4

    Students on Level 4 have earned the following privelages in the classroom:

    Free Choice of all Flexible seating options

    Use of Fidgets

    Teacher Helper

    Access to Level 4 secret store

    Free time choice including computer time

    No escort needed in hallway

     

    Level 3

    Students on Level 3 have earned the following privelages in the classroom:

    Choice of 3 flexible seating options

    Use of Fidgets

    No escort needed in hallway

    Teacher helper

    Access to classroom store

     

    Level 2

    Students on Level 2 have earned the following privelages in the classroom:

    Choice of 2 flexible seating options

    use of fidgets

    Escort in the hallway

     

    Level 1

    Students on Level 1 have really struggled and need extra supports to be successul in the classroom:

    Assigned seat in the classroom

    Use of fidgets with teacher permission

    Reflection sheet with goal setting

    Escort everywhere