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SUBSTITUTES
Simple Behavior Management

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 15, 2001

As soon as I introduce myself to the students I substitute, I immediately tell them my short and to the point management system that they are expected to follow for the day. I write the word, "RECESS" on the board (or the name of some other desired reward such as "STICKER" , "TREAT", or "ART.") Each time the class starts getting noisy or not following the rules, I erase one letter at a time. By the end of the day, if there are letters remaining, they get that reward the last 10 minutes of the day. I found this works well in any grade.

     
 

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