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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Sponge Basket
Energy Patrol
Chair Stacker
Random Rewards
Behavior Flowchart
Specific Praise
Musical Cues
Tea Time
Quick Finishes
Weekly Meeting
Peace Maker Place
Fire Drill Prep
Picking Partners
Provide Variety
Name Sticks
Job Assignments
Earned Privileges
Discipline Notes
It’s What You Wear
Guest Speaker
Line ’Em Up
Volume Control
Show and Tell Notebook
Certificate Ceremony
Chair Tilters
Seating Arrangments
Rug Time
Compliment Mailbox
Student Spotlight Week
Lining Up
Seating Arrangements
Picture Magnets
Board Eraser
Attention Problems?
Choice Cards