Aggressive and/or Bullying (Elementary) (Tier 1 (Tier 2 (Tier 3 …
Aggressive and/or Bullying (Elementary)
Behavior Specialist/Counselor Referral
This strategy must have written permission from the child's guardian. It provides the student with more individualized care that can be tailored for their needs. It can also increase privacy for students and help them feel more secure.
Referrals can be planned or spontaneous
Behavior Specialist Referral Form
This form helps identify problem areas and gives a brief explanation why the student is being referred
Teach Coping Skills
This can improve self-confidence and self-esteem in students. This should also improve student behavior and improve their problem-solving skills.
Anger Control Strategies
Daily Behavior Form
Provides more one-on-one help and intervention for students, provides more structure and routine, and it improves student motivation and effort.
Daily Behavior Report Card. It lets student and parents how well the student is doing with expectations
This could help the teacher better develop appropriate coping skills for the student. This may also help the teacher better understand a student's situation.
Behavior-Intervention Tracking Sheet
This will help the teacher keep track or behaviors and how interventions are working.
This can boost students' morale and motivation. This also helps students see teachers in a more positive light.
Talk One-on-one With Student
This may help students and teachers cool down. Students may be more open to input and take what the teacher is saying more seriously.
Card Flip Tracking doc.
With this documentation, students are given colored warnings.
Take Away Privileges
This gives children power over outcomes, helps them follow expectations, and forces children to take responsibility for their choices and actions.
Teacher should use a calm and neutral tone in a matter fact way
Give the student choices
Tell student what they need to do differently next time
Move Student to a Different Seat
This can help students focus, limit distractions, and reduce the student's level of boredom.
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