If you are using class dojo in your room, and want to showcase those students who are killing it, this clip chart is the perfect thing. I replaced my behavior clip system with the Class Dojo Club. My students are loving it. Just hang the signs using jump rings, print the avatars, add names, glue them to clothes pins, and create an adorable display.
Positive Reinforcement with Class Dojo Are you looking to change things up when school begins again in August or September? Trying to use more positive reinforcement? Give Class Dojo a try! Class Dojo is a great way to reinforce positive behavior with students! I have been using it for four years now. Through trial and error I have come up ... Read More about Positive Reinforcement with Class Dojo The post Positive Reinforcement with Class Dojo appeared first on Classroom Freebies.
Use this chart to help bring Class Dojo into your own classroom! I have added both individual and class rewards to this list. When you open the powerpoint, you will be able to delete the rewards I have created and create your own, change things around to fit your needs, or simply keep everything the...
A great list for secondary teachers and elementary teachers. If you are concerned with using food as a primary reward in the classroom, check out this list. It was designed with high school students in mind, but it could be used for middle school and elementary school students. This article is a great resource for educators or parents looking for a list non-food rewards for their students or kids. Perfect for PBIS, Safe and Civil concepts, or general positive behavior rewards and incentives.