A chart to track your classes’ progress on a reward.
What Is Positive Reinforcement?
Positive reinforcement is the addition of a positive stimulus following a behavior that will make that behavior more likely to happen again. In classroom terms, it’s giving a student or the class a reward when something good happens, so they will act similarly to get another reward.
This reward chart will help you track the compliments that your class receives. As teachers, we love when a colleague or the principal sees our class and gives them a compliment like, “I love how 5th grade is walking in the hallway!” or “Way to clean up after lunch, 2nd grade!”
Each time your class receives one of these compliments, add a letter to the poster. When the word is completed, your class receives their reward!
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