Earlier this month, we looked at a simple way to use a notebook to settle an out-of-control classroom…or an out-of-control teacher.
Now here’s part 2, where the notebook is elevated to a more systematic, proactive tool for recording student behavior. Using this method should cut down your office referrals dramatically, putting classroom control back in your hands.
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