Whole class management

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    What grade? Would Class Dojo work for both?
     
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    With that age group, you may find that the school psychologist or behaviorist has very concrete ideas about what you should implement. I would suggest reaching out to the CST and learn what they had in mind. Listening to their rationale may be very educational for you, maybe not. However, they have probably known these children longer than you, and have some idea of things that have/have not worked, so worth a try.

    Krlynn, on a separate note, try to ask the same question just once instead of in multiple forums or threads. Trust me, most posters are looking for "recent posts", and your post will come up, no matter where you put it. Having two identical posts is just confusing.
     
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    I'd check out this book and get a sense of the different approaches, then follow up in one or more areas as you see fit. It's a big enough thing that you don't want to do just some simple star system and expect it to work wonders. You'll want something that incorporates skill building, consequences, rewards, noncompliance with the system, etc. I'd also consider the context of your school - what will admin do if you call them for help, what schoolwide systems are they using, etc.

    If you end up researching one of the areas and have questions about how to implement something, I'm sure folks on this forum would be more than happy to chime in as well!
     
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    Ok...
     
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