Before You Hand Our Punishment or Rewards

For too long handing our punishment and rewards has been a cornerstone of most classroom management systems, yet I have found that handing our individual rewards and punishing students only drives a wedge in the community of learners we are trying to create.

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  6. So, what method did you use in the classroom to curve the behavior issues? I work in a Title I school and would love to know what you’ve done to eliminate sticks, sticky notes, behavior charts and rewards. Help is being requested. Thanks.

    • I used a lot of community building, talking with the students and class. They set their own rules. i rote a lot about what you can do instead in my first book “Passionate Learners” but you have also spurred me on to write a new post detailing it more. Stay tuned!

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