What a response I received from the last post on behavior clip charts - comments, e-mails, and pins, Oh My!
I was a little worried about that post (See it HERE). I honestly didn't want to upset or offend anyone who uses behavior charts, but I felt strongly that if we (parents and teachers) truly reflect on the impact of those charts on our children, we would strive to find better alternatives. Here is the comment that made it all worthwhile:
So many teachers left comments and sent e-mails to share wonderful ways they are supporting positive behavior in classrooms without using behavior charts. I am amazed at the effort and creativity teachers are pouring into providing social support for their students:)
So I decided to start a linky for teachers to share all those terrific ideas. Please link up and share your ideas for promoting positive behavior, developing classroom community, and helping students develop self regulation skills - all in a way that builds up a child. It could be a new post or one from the past.
If you do not have a blog - please leave a comment :)
I am looking forward to hearing lots of great ideas!
If you would like to add the linky to your post, here is the code. Make sure you paste it in "HTML" mode at the end of your post.
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