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Classroom Behavior Management Card System
4.7 (8 Reviews)

Classroom Behavior Management Card System


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About This Lesson

This classroom behavior management card system is based on the Assertive Discipline method promoted by Lee Canter. SLieber24 codified, simplified, and added an aspect to make it easier for teachers to use. 

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February 7, 2020
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8 Reviews
SML Member
July 04, 2016
SML Member
January 30, 2016
Fantastic Idea!
This is a brilliant idea.. I tried to implement something similar to this during my final teaching practice, but didn't quite get it right. <br/>This has restored my confidence and I'm looking forward to using it in September. <br/>Quick question - what
SML Member
May 25, 2009
Excellent lessons for all
Fabulous idea. I shall be implementing this myself. Thank you
SML Member
August 06, 2008
Great System!
We used something similar in my school. Instead of cards, we had a upside down traffic light on the wall. The children's names were blu-tacked on the green light every morning. They had one warning for breaking rules. Second warning they moved their name
SML Member
May 23, 2008