Redefining Student Accountability
A Proactive Approach to Teaching Behavior Outside the Gradebook
Schools have long tied student behavior to academic grades. This book will help you separate achievement from behavior and learn how to teach students positive behaviors, social-emotional intelligence, and skills for navigating their place as learners.
Your guide to improving student learning by teaching and nurturing positive student behavior
The time has come to separate academic achievement from student behavior attributes. Author and trusted assessment expert Tom Schimmer shares a three-tiered framework and trauma-informed, restorative, and schoolwide approaches to teaching responsibility, nurturing student accountability, and addressing student behavior in a way that teaches students the life skills they need to thrive in the classroom and in the larger world.
This book will help K–12 teachers and administrators:
- Learn how to create trauma-informed, restorative, and schoolwide approaches to teaching the skills of responsibility to students
- Discover how to improve students’ social competence through a process of goal-setting, self-monitoring, and self-reflection
- Gain an understanding of how the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes, as well as strong assessment practices, can redefine student accountability in the classroom
- Understand how reinforcement works and how to use it to benefit students
- Explore why behavior should be separated from grades and how to effectively assess and report on behavior
Product Code: BKG002
Published By: Solution Tree