USING TABLES TO CREATE A BEHAVIOR TRACKER The Table tool in Word lets you easily create a grid of rows and columns that can be used to organize all types of classroom data. In this exercise, you will create a Behavior Tracker like the one you see below. Your Behavior Tracker is a relatively simple table that can be used to graphically reinforce appropriate classroom behavior. By placing a star or check mark in the appropriate columns, a child can see visual reinforcement for their actions. You can laminate it after printing to make it reusable each day. Follow the step-by-step instructions on the subsequent pages to create this handy class management tool. Be creative with the names and graphics used for this project. This project should include 9 students and 4 behaviors. Start a new Word document by click on the shortcut to Microsoft Word or using the Start Menu – Programs – Microsoft Office – Microsoft Word. A blank document now should be on your screen in MS Word. To Create the Table: Click on the Insert tab Click on the Table button Click on Insert Table… Now a Table Dialog Box will appear
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