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Behavior Management

Research has proven that students who possess positive and productive behavior skills achieve at a higher level in school and in life.


Educators have the ability to use Ten Sigma rubrics to teach positive and productive behaviors skills at three levels including classrooms, departments, and school-wide.  No matter which level the desired skills will be taught, the process is the same.

  • Select – Because Ten Sigma Behavior Rubrics are research-based, teachers can review the skills included in the rubric manuals and use them to identify the positive and productive behavior skills they most want their students to learn.
  • Communicate – Once the desired behavior skills have been identified, it is important for the classroom, department, or school to communicate them with students, parents, and teachers. Educators can use the rubrics to communicate the language and details of the desired skills consistently.
  • Teach – Use the rubric details to integrate and teach the desired skills in discussions, groups, and activities. Teachers can use teachable moments to demonstrate examples of using the skills correctly and also work with parents to facilitate ongoing use of the desired behavior skills at home.
  • Evaluate – Teachers can use the rubrics to analyze overall progress of their classes related to the desired skills. They can also use the rubrics to facilitate asking questions and reviewing projects/work based on the criteria identified in the rubrics. If teachers identify a deficit in their class, they can use the rubrics to focus on specific details that will help the class with that skill.

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