At the end of the day, if they end up on MVP, they get to add a sticker to their clip. I just use these foam stickers that I found in one of my cabinets.
Also at the end of the day, I have my clip chart monitor tell me who clipped up to what level. Here is where Class Dojo comes in!
I've blogged about Class Dojo a few times which you can read HERE and you can click on the Dojo picture above to go directly to the site.
Getting back to what I do. When the clip chart monitor reads me the numbers from the clips that have moved up or down, I simply go into Class Dojo and award points. I've added the behaviors of clip up on the positive side and clip down on the negative sive. If they get up to MVP, they earn 3 Dojo points, All-Star is worth 2 Dojo points, and Score is worth 1 Dojo point. If they end the day under Game Time, they lose Dojo points. Ending on Foul means they lose 1 point, Strikeout loses 2 points, and benched loses 3 points. My students earn rewards and reward tags for every 10 Dojo points.
So far this system is working great for me and my kiddos. I'm supporting the school wide behavior plan while also making it my own. Do you use Class Dojo and/or a clip chart? How's your behavior management plan working for you?