Consequences Of A Reward System For Groom And Classroom Management

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Rules:
1) Respect yourself, your peers, your teacher, and your surroundings.
2) Raise your hand silently to speak.
3) Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
4) No cell phones or personal electronic devices are allowed in the classroom.
5) No chewing gum, eating, or drinking in the classroom.

Consequences:
Students will follow a 5-step discipline plan.
1) Warned by teacher (verbally)
2) Teacher will have a conference with student.
3) Teacher will call or send a letter home to parents. (1st strike)
4) Teacher will call or send a letter home to parents, and student will have Silent Lunch. (2nd strike)
5) A discipline referral will be sent to administrator. (3rd strike)
Part Two
Reward System #1: Point System The point system is designed to help improve classroom management and improve academic achievement. The point system allows teachers to establish classroom management. Teachers should assign the appropriate point rewards or penalties to fit how the teacher classroom should function to promote an ideal student-learning environment (Xenos, 2012). Academic achievement is improved using the point system. Teachers can designate points for completing homework, participating in class, and the grade achieved on a test. Students can receive points for completing these activities in the classroom. A drawback of using the point system is that the teacher must properly implement the system starting the beginning of the school year. It is important that students clearly

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