Getting in the Habit

Posted by Brett Berchtold at


           We all want to have good habits.  How do we create an environment where it is easy for our students to practice good habits?  First, we must practice these ourselves.  Secondly, we emphasize the good.  If our focus is on failures and negative consequences, that will be their focus also.  On the other hand, if our focus is on describing the good, expecting the good and then recognizing it in practice, the students will practice that which is good!

            Read the testimony of students who benefited from using The Keys to Success…

The keys help me realize it is nice to have a reward and even if you don’t, it’s fine. It makes me a better student by getting in the habit of succeeding. - 8th grader

“Doing good in school becomes a habit so I continue to do it throughout my day.” - 7th grader

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