Behavior Reflections form would be a great one to introduce at the beginning of the school year to let your new students know that you hold them responsible for their behavior choices. It prompts students to think about why they are choosing to behave as they are and how their behavior affects others. I found it to be extremely effective, so I wanted to share it with others. Visit Corkboard Connections to learn more about how to use it or go straight to the Caring Classroom page on Teaching Resources download your free copy.
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