Student recognition ideas

Discover unique and creative student recognition ideas to celebrate and honor the achievements of your students. Inspire and motivate your students with these memorable ways to recognize their hard work and dedication.
50 Reward Ideas for Middle School or High School Students - These make the perfect non-edible prizes for whatever classroom behavior system or ticket system that you choose to use.  World Language Cafe Palmas, Flex Seating High School, Class Competition Ideas High School, Busy Work For High School Students, Classroom Behavior System, Middle School Rewards, Seminar Ideas, Behavior Interventionist, Classroom Organization High School

The Ultimate List of High School Rewards! - World Language Cafe

50 Reward Ideas for Middle School or High School Students - These make the perfect non-edible prizes for whatever classroom behavior system or ticket system that you choose to use. World Language Cafe

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Casey Polen
How to create an awards program for your students! Student recognition award and banquet for elementary school. Stars in Excellence program by Principal Principles #principalprinciples #leadership #recognition #schoolawards Student Recognition Ideas Elementary, Student Of The Month Ideas, Student Recognition Ideas, Curriculum Coach, Admin Ideas, School Awards Ceremony, Principal Ideas, Recognition Ideas, Instructional Leadership

Awards Program for Studes

How to create an awards program for your students! Student recognition award and banquet for elementary school. Stars in Excellence program by Principal Principles #principalprinciples #leadership #recognition #schoolawards

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Principal Principles
Looking for a way to highlight students and their special personalities in your classroom? Student spotlight is a great way to give each student an opportunity to be recognized in the classroom and a great way to build community among your students. Read more about the best ways to implement this system and to get more ideas on my blog. Spotlight Student Bulletin Boards, Student Showcase Night Ideas, Student Recognition Ideas Elementary, Student Of The Week Ideas, Student Recognition Ideas, Star Student Of The Week, Spotlight Bulletin Board, Recognition Ideas, Teacher Tricks

Student Spotlight

Looking for a way to highlight students and their special personalities in your classroom? Student spotlight is a great way to give each student an opportunity to be recognized in the classroom and a great way to build community among your students. Read more about the best ways to implement this system and to get more ideas on my blog.

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Haley Culpepper
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A Few Ways to Say Thank You to Teachers - Ms. Houser

Man oh man, do teachers ever work hard. While I’m no longer in the classroom full time, I’ll never forget my classroom roots and the time, energy, and dedication that being an excellent educator demands. There’s just no end to the amount of mad props these teacher-heroes deserve. And as coaches, that’s what we’re dedicated to doing […]

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Lissy Dean
Blog post on how to create an appreciation station at your school. Students and faculty write thank-you notes which are posted on the bulletin board for everyone to see. Great idea for PBIS! Hosa Week Ideas, Student Recognition Ideas High School, Student Council Activities, Appreciation Station, Counselor Appreciation, Teacher Morale, Positive Environment, Staff Appreciation Week, Morale Boosters

How to Create an Appreciation Station – Engaging and Effective Teaching

Blog post on how to create an appreciation station at your school. Students and faculty write thank-you notes which are posted on the bulletin board for everyone to see. Great idea for PBIS!

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Engaging and Effective