"Implementing PBIS in Third Grade: Classroom Economy and Behavioral Rewards"


In this article, we explore how the third grade staff at Cabana MCES has successfully implemented a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

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Slide2MCES THIRD GRADE STAFF Track 1  – Lindsey Huml and Nancy Friend  Track 2  – Kim Tetterton and Alison Dreier  Track 3  –Karen DiGiacomo  Track 4  – Denise Walsh and Emily Shropshire

Slide3PBIS in Third Grade Classroom Economy System  Class Compliments  SWIM Tickets  Responsibility Friday  Class Dojo

Slide4PBIS in Third GradeOur students know what it takes to Stay Safe Work Hard Be Respectful and Kind Manage their Actions

Slide5Major Third Grade UnitsReading Writing  In Third Grade, we follow the Daily Five Structure for center based learning and the CAFÉ model for teaching reading strategies.  We are also following Common Core Objectives for third grade  Common Core emphasizes a balance between fiction and non-fiction so we will be addressing both each quarter while focusing on different comprehension strategies. Quarter 1  – Narrative Writing Quarter 2  – Opinion Writing Quarter 3 - Expository Writing Quarter 4 - Research

Slide6Daily Five RotationsPoetry Projects

Slide7Major Units in Third Grade…Math Science/Social Studies  Quarter 1  – Addition/Subtraction, Estimation, 2D Shapes  Quarter 2  – Multiplication/Division and Patterns  Quarter 3  – Graphing, Area and Perimeter, and Fractions  Quarter 4  - Measurement  Plants/Soil  Force/Motion  Human Body  Objects in the Sky  Citizenship/Civics/ Government  Map Skills  Economics  Communities

Slide8Math GroupsIntegrating Technology

Slide9Activities and Projects Pumpkin Day  Holidays around the World  Living Museum  Enterprise Day  Class Picnic  Spelling Bee  Science Olympiad

Slide10Enterprise DayLeonardo DaVinci visits our Living Museum

Slide11Field Trips Camp Flintlock (NC History - Colonies)  Science is Fun (Matter)  Science Museum (Objects in the Sky)  Art Museum (Cultural Arts)

Slide12AIG and Explorers AIG or the Academically or Intellectually Gifted program begins in Third Grade with the Explorers program.  During this program the AIG teacher leads bimonthly whole group lessons and works with small groups  Children may be identified AIG at the  end  of third grade.

Slide13The Year of Testing BOG – July 24 th  (tks 1, 2, and 3)  CogAT – August/September  ITBS – October/November  EOG – May/June  Case 21 Assessments and Mclass will be administered throughout the year

Slide14Standardized Grading Level 4  – Students are able to take concepts we’ve learned and apply them to new situations independently  Level 3  – Students are able to consistently demonstrate independent mastery of objectives  Level 2  – Students are not consistently demonstrating mastery of objectives or are not demonstrating independently  Level 1  – Students are unable to demonstrate a mastery of objectives

Slide15…Standardized Grading4 3 2 1 “I can take  what I’ve learned an apply it on my own to new challenges” “I get it,  and I can do it all on my own!” “I almost get it, but sometimes, I need help.” “I don’t get it at all.  Can  you teach me again?”

Slide16Homework Policy Each morning when they arrive, students are expected to write their homework for the night in their agendas.  Homework is generally due the next day unless otherwise specified.  If they return their homework, completed to the best of their ability, the next day, they will receive a homework dollar.  Please sign your child’s agenda each night – we frequently use agendas as a way to communicate

Slide17Economic System Third Grade Economy System\Our New Economy System.docx  Students can earn money for SWIMming, doing their homework, or they can trade in SWIM tickets  Students may not earn a dollar if they are not SWIMming or if they do not do their homework  The money they earn goes towards our classroom stores.

Slide18One Final Note… Third grade is a great year, full of new ideas and challenges  It is also a year where responsibility and independent thinking are fostered and developed.  Please help encourage your child to rise to the challenge of becoming a responsible, independent thinker!

Slide19please feel free to see me or email me with any questionsnfriend@wcpss.net