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Posted on October 3, 2021 9:07 pm
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Treasure Box
Should students still earn treasure box on Fridays, if they had 1-2 bad days during the week? If the behavior sheets for the day ranged from Excellent, Satisfactory, Needs Improvement, to Unsatisfactory, this would mean that the student received 1-2 days in the "Needs Improvement" or "Unsatisfactory" levels of behavior.
 
     
     
 
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Solution 1
Posted October 4, 2021 3:26 am

ajeHus
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I think it would depend on why they had 1-2 days that were 'bad', it would be situational and the teacher would have to make judgment on whether those two days outweigh the other days of the week. It could also be good to consider a different method for earning treasure box such as dollars or stickers. A student would need X number of things to receive/purchase something from the box, which they can earn for good behavior and completing certain tasks. This method makes it so that a student's whole day is not considered bad!
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geTuPa
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I like this idea, this will also get them familiar with earning, saving, and spending money.
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Solution 2
Posted October 19, 2021 1:16 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 3
Posted October 6, 2021 3:16 am

TePeTe
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I believe this depends on the student and the grade level. If it is continued throughout each week, then I would take away treasure box for that week. However, if it is just a bad week for them, I do not believe you need to take away the reward for the other 3 days where thier behavior was satisfactory.
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Solution 4
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 5
Posted October 4, 2021 2:22 am

yqeMeL
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If the student received any unsatisfactory days I think they should not receive treasure box that week. If the student had one Needs Improvement day then it should be acceptable. Having one off day should not determine your entire week but having multiple days with unsatisfactory or needs imporvement days warrant no treasure box.
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Solution 6
Posted October 25, 2021 10:03 am

Sophia Sunyak
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This is a tough one. You want to avoid having the student act out for being punished with no treasure box, but you also can not reward bad behavior. I think what you need to do is focus on one rubric for the entire class. If ANYONE gets one Unsatisfactory day then no treasure chest. Students are allowed 1 Needs Improvement day per week to still be qualified for the treasure chest. So on and so forth.
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Solution 7
Posted October 19, 2021 1:16 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 8
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 9
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 10
Posted November 1, 2021 1:00 am

JyGaGe
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If the students had a bad day at all during the week, they should not receive the prize that is award good behavior and performance, because acting negatively at all should not
Be rewarded.
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Solution 11
Posted October 29, 2021 6:00 pm

ydaWeR
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I would say no. Students need to know that their behavior must be constant. Giving in when they have one or two bad days makes them think they can keep getting away with bad behavior and still be rewarded at the end of the week
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Solution 12
Posted October 10, 2021 5:53 pm

XyqyBy
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Only students with a perfect week should receive a treasure. This will hopefully show the students who had bad days what they are missing out on and it will build their motivation to receive a treasure or reward.
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Solution 13
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 14
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 15
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 16
Posted October 19, 2021 1:17 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 17
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 18
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 19
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 20
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 21
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 22
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 23
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 24
Posted October 19, 2021 1:18 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 25
Posted October 19, 2021 1:19 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 26
Posted October 19, 2021 1:19 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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Solution 27
Posted October 19, 2021 1:19 am

aveSar
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With the treasure box, I would say it all depends on if the student has made an effort to correct and change the habits they exhibited on the days that they had bad days. For example, I work at an afterschool program and I reward the students on Fridays. We will put their names on the board if they push us enough but if I have seen that they has tried to turn their attitude around and start behaving badly, I am not going to punish them for having a off day.
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