Buddy Room: A seat in another teacher’s classroom to help a student regroup, complete a Think Sheet and process with an adult so they may return to the classroom Safe Seat.
Class Meeting: Weekly meetings facilitated by the adult to help students problem solve, plan events and maintain a positive classroom community.
Processing: Questions the adult asks the student so he/she may take ownership, practice skills and create a plan to make better choices.
Recovery/Focus Room: A place where students can go to practice replacement skills, calm down, prepare an apology or create a plan to make better choices.
Replacement Skills: Desired student behaviors that are practiced during Triage so the student can be successful at school.
Safe Seat: A seat in the classroom away from other students to help a student regroup, process with an adult, then rejoin the class.
Target Behavior Sheet: A daily visual of goals the student is working on to help him/her problem solve.
Think Sheet: A tool a student completes to help him/her take ownership of the problem, partner with adults and create a plan to be successful.
Triage: Daily adult “check in” to practice replacement skills, assess emotions, focus on what it means to have a successful day and formulate solutions to problems.