As we go through the “Give ‘Em Five” Conversation there are three levels.
If a student gets to a level two or three and cannot make the best decisions, they are given time to reflect on how this situation can be fixed in our solutions room.
When using Give ‘Em Five we refer to three levels
- Level One: Students recognizes breakdown of the expectations, takes ownership and works well with the teacher.
- Level Two: The student is not able to work productively. The teacher is able to redirect the conversation and the student is able to self-regulate.
- Level Three: The student is unable to self-regulate despite the teacher’s attempts to redirect and the student needs to leave the classroom.
RCD Teacher Student Plan