Student Management

Behavior Flowchart

Behavior problems should not be taking up class time. For many problems, a flow chart can be used--the student takes responsibility for his/her actions. A flowchart is a simple ditto with the following sections:
  • How am I acting?
  • Why am I acting like this?
  • Why is this behavior not acceptable in class?
  • What can I do to change my behavior?
  • What should the consequence be if I continue to act this way?
When a student is causing problems in the classroom, have them fill out a flowchart. This will take the child away from the situation so you can continue to teach. It also will help the child to look at their behavior, make a plan to change, and decide their consequences.

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