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The teacher that I work under at West Lake middle does a point system on the board and if they lose to many points, they lose free Friday. I could use this for them not following directions that are on the board and not necessarily take away a free Friday but maybe a computer day or something else within the class.

Stop, Relax, and Think strategy teaches children how to think about a problem and find a solution. Children learn the following steps: a. Define the problem. b. Decide who “owns” the problem. c. Think of as many solutions as possible to solve the problem. d. Select a solution to try. e. Use the solution. f. Evaluate its success.  I believe that this can be used for both individual and groups to make them think about what they have just done.

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I would also do a lunch detention for the first two or three times that they got in trouble before sending them to the office in hopes that they will change their attitude about the situation.

My mentor teachers’ school does conduct cards through out the whole school. These cards can be signed for any behavior issue that they my have from the students talking while they are to being signed for them not having all their stuff ready when the bell rings.  

Stop, Relax, and Think strategy teaches children how to think about a problem and find a solution. Children learn the following steps: a. Define the problem. b. Decide who “owns” the problem. c. Think of as many solutions as possible to solve the problem. d. Select a solution to try. e. Use the solution. f. Evaluate its success.

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            Consequences are very normal for a classroom in this and age. Most of the students try and push the boundaries every day. With consequences you have to be strict with yourself and if one students does something to get in trouble, then another one does the same thing you cannot let the second students off with just a warning because then they will all know you are not steady with the rules you have set for the classroom.

If the classes are competing against each other between all my classes I could ask them what reward, they think they should get. Such as no homework, pizza party, and any other things that they can think of to be rewarded with.

Activity Reinforcers: would be something I used if they finished their work and I checked over it to make sure that answers were correct. Then let them use the chrome books like my mentor teacher does now to get extra practice or play the math games on eduphoria. For lower grades they might get to go outside first or be in the front of the line.

Token Reinforcement: I think that this same reinforcement is great for a group setting as well, this allows them to work  efficiently as well as get rewarded for doing so with out having to be told to say on topic. 

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 I would also call the parents of the student that normally get a phone call telling them their child has does something wrong. To break the cycle of the negative and show that they child can receive positive reviews.

Activity Reinforcers: would be something I used if they finished their work and I checked over it to make sure that answers were correct. Then let them use the chrome books like my mentor teacher does now to get extra practice or play the math games on eduphoria.

Token Reinforcement: If the school I work at has its own reward system, such as west lake middle does wolf bucks. I would give out wolf bucks for the students that have done something to earn them

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                Positive reinforcement can be use for the smallest thing that the student has done because you never know when the last time, they were given any. This also might help with bad behavior problems that have been happening in the classroom. they might have been looking for attention but seeking it in the wrong way. I would also model the behavior in the classroom that I want my students to follow.

Behavioral Strategies and Interventions

 

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