The following is just a sample list of free printables they offer at http://www.freeprintablebehaviorcharts.com/teacher’s_page.htm Behavior Charts * Behavior Charts Ages 3+ * Behavior Charts Ages 11+ * Single Behavior Charts Ages 3-10 (to target one behavior) * Behavior Contracts * Chore Charts Ages
The Overcoming Obstacles Life Skills Program offers a free downloadable resource for schools called the Back to School Orientation Handbook. This free resource is a great tool that offers ready to implement activities for orientations or even the first few
Let me say up front that I am in no way affiliated with this company or site and get nothing for the following post. I am simply impressed with the concept and possibilities. There is an awesome free resource at http://www.classdojo.com/.
Here’s a fabulous idea for motivating kids to do their chores! It adds in elements of choice and reward. Kids can choose which chores they would like to do and know up front what they can earn based on what
Research Suggests Mentoring Linked to Improved Outcomes for YouthMentoring has been shown to contribute to a host of benefits for youth, including lower high school dropout rates, increased graduation rates, healthier relationships, and enhanced self-esteem. Positive youth development research has long
Addressing the Unmet Educational Needs of Children and Youth in the Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems Georgetown University’s Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) has released the second edition of “Addressing the Unmet Educational Needs of Children and Youth
The Check-in/Check-out behavioral strategy has been very effective in my middle school experience so far. Here is some information that can help you train staff to implement the intervention with fidelity.
This article was included in a publication titled “The Special Edge: Behavior.” It provides an excellent description of how behavior can be managed through a tiered system. To access the article, go here: “A Whole School Model of Behavior Reform” The
Published by the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), “Hot Spots of Juvenile Crime: Findings From Seattle,” provides the first portrait of the distribution of officially recorded juvenile crime events in smaller geographical areas, such
A recently published research brief by Child Trends, “Multiple Responses, Promising Results: Evidence-Based, Non-punitive Alternatives to Zero Tolerance,” suggests that zero tolerance school discipline policies have not been proven effective by research and may have negative effects, making students more