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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT/TEACHER TIPS
Taking Responsibility

Submitted by: Denier Beauchamp
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Date Submitted: March 1, 2003

I have classroom rules posted with numbers attached to them. When a student breaks a rule he/she must sign their name in "The Book", a simple binder with looseleaf paper in it. They must also put the date and number of the rule they broke. They receive a writing assignment associated with the class they are in. For example I make my Civics class write parts of the Constitution. After signing 3 times I notify their parents and they lose a recess. I start off fresh after each report card. This works very well and after 1 or 2 calls I usually never need to make another one. It is also helpful when parents want to question why their child received a poor conduct grade. I just show them the book!

     
 

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