Behavior support classroom

Discover proven strategies and techniques for creating a positive and supportive learning environment in behavior support classrooms. Empower students to succeed and thrive with these helpful ideas.
Behavior Buddies! Promote positive behavior in your classroom using stuffed animals! Students can earn a stuffed animal for their positive behavior and take home a certificate to share with their families! Pre K, Preschool Behavior Management, Preschool Behavior, Classroom Behavior Management, Kindergarten Classroom, Classroom Behavior, School Counseling, Positive Classroom Management, Social Emotional Learning

Behavior Buddies! Promote positive behavior in your classroom using stuffed animals! Students can earn a stuffed animal for their positive behavior and take home a certificate to share with their families!

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Day Made Fresh - Teachers & Moms
Token Economy Classroom Reward System, Classroom Behavior Management System, Special Education Reward System, Behavior Support Classroom, Classroom Behavior Management, Behavior Intervention Classroom Setup, Class Behavior Management, Classroom Behavior Management Elementary, Individual Reward System For Students

Do you find yourself constantly dealing with chaos and disruptive behavior? It’s time to put an end to the frustration and restore peace and order. How can you do that you ask? Two words… TOKEN BOARDS. Token boards act as a visual representation of progress and reinforcement, helping children stay focused, motivated, and engaged in ... Read More about From Chaos to Calm: Mastering Behavior with Token Boards

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Anais Picazzo
Pre K, Behavior Support Plans, Behavior Intervention Strategies, Behavior Intervention Plan, Behavior Management Strategies, Behavior Interventionist, Behavior Interventions, Behavior Supports, Behavior Management System

As teachers, we all face different behavior challenges in the classroom. These challenges can change day to day or even year to year, but dealing with student behavior is something that no teacher can escape. We can however, use all the tools in our tool box to proactive instead of reactive. I have found over ... Read More about 3 Behavior Essentials for Teachers

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Misty Iverson
Organisation, Workshop, Pre K, Special Education Lesson Plans, Special Education Resources, Special Education Behavior Management, Education Lesson Plans, Special Education Strategies, Special Education Classroom Setup

The amount of visual supports some of our students need to be successful both academically and socially can be overwhelming. Just imagine, if it’s overwhelming to us as teachers, it has to be way too much for our students who struggle with executive functioning skills, like organization, to handle! I’ve found that once we’ve introduced ... Read More about Setting Up a Student Success Binder

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Emily Irish
3 Behavior Essentials for Teachers

As teachers, we all face different behavior challenges in the classroom. These challenges can change day to day or even year to year, but dealing with student behavior is something that no teacher can escape. We can however, use all the tools in our tool box to proactive instead of reactive. I have found over ... Read More about 3 Behavior Essentials for Teachers

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Jami Vierig
Organisation, Pre K, Ideas, Behavior Tracking, Behavior Intervention Plan, Behavior Plans, Behavior Supports, Behavior Interventions, Behavior Documentation

Do you struggle with organizing and documenting behavior? If you are like me the answer is YES! Behaviors in the classroom can happen so quickly and frequently it can be a struggle to remember to document them right away. I would find myself finding anything to write on to document the behaviors and I was ... Read More about Organizing Behavior Data

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Lili
Reading, Pre K, Adhd, School Counsellor, Behavior Interventions, School Counselor, Social Emotional Learning, Student Behavior, Behaviour Strategies

When a child has extreme behaviors, a lot of time, energy, and staff support goes towards intervening in crises, identifying needs, evaluating precipitating factors, considering the functions of the behaviors, and securing needed support for " that student." But what about the rest of t

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Monica Ellison