Classroom Behavior Management Card System

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Classroom Behavior Management Card System

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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SML_Member's picture SML_Member
July 2016
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January 2016
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
May 2009
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's picture SML_Member
August 2008
Fabulous idea. I shall be implementing this myself. Thank you
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
May 2008
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's picture SML_Member
April 2008
My daughter is going to adapt this to use at home with her two boys (11 & 9) to reinforce behaviour especially at bed time when they continually talk .It will be useful to tell them that their cards will be turned if the talking doesn't stop which will th
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
April 2008
This looks really good, I use a similar disc system linked to Investors in Pupils in class, but that is very personal and I like how this is on display in the room where everyone can see it. Thanks a lot!
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
March 2008
This is a system I have used before and it works! Thank you for reminding me of it!
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
March 2008
I have a few difficult classes and this sounds like a good idea to try. thanx
SML_Member's picture SML_Member
December 2007
Am definately going to give this a try! Have tried everything else!