This is my first year teaching third grade. This is also my first year to try classroom jobs. I have moved from first to third grade. In first grade I didn't do classroom jobs, but simply decided who would help out based on good behavior. Right now everyone in the class has a job. We rotate them every three weeks. I have some challenging students this year, on top of being new to the grade level. I am thinking of taking away classroom jobs and using them as incentive for good behavior. I use Class Dojo and our third grade money system as incentives, but it doesn't seem like it is doing enough. I thought I could use their Class Dojo points to determine the top Dojo winners and they could choose their job. The rest of the students would just need to make good choices to be chosen by me to do a task. I can't tell if this will help or hurt the dynamics of my classroom! I don't want to change things up on them, but I also want to do what will help me get more teaching in with less behavior issues! Any suggestions? Thanks so much!