Re: Pass-offs - What incentives/consequences work best for you
Posted by banddirhdg on 9/12/2021, 8:36 pm, in reply to "Re: Pass-offs - What incentives/consequences work best for you"
The sticker chart is; to me, the best way to go. Kids really wanted to get the sticker on the chart. They checked the chart regularly and discussed with each other. It was good peer pressure to help the group. Even the weak players could see a few stickers going up and could tell they were making progress. |
A year or two later, a parent complained and said that it was embarrassing to her child that the chart was public knowledge and wanted the charts removed. I took the charts down and put students' names on separate Excel sheets in a 3-ring binder so each kid could see on their own chart and no other ones. Not as good but they still liked the stickers.
If I were you, I'd go with the charts on the wall and wait for someone to complain.
BTW, your local teacher store has poster board size Excel spread sheet things.