It’s a common practice.

One teachers have been doing since time immemorial.

A student breaks a class rule and you write their name on the board.

Check marks follow any further transgression.

It’s a simple way of keeping track of consequences that also acts as a visual reminder to students.

So what, if anything, isn’t to like?

Well, a lot. In fact, here at SCM we recommend you suspend the practice.

Here’s why:

1. It’s humiliating.

Having your name written up for the world to see for an entire day can be humiliating. In this way, it also acts as an additional consequence, on top of whatever your classroom management plan calls…



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