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ISABEL REYNA

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Tootling TUESDAY! EXIT TICKET. 7.12B Body Systems

Tootling is like tattling but refers to the reporting of only positive behaviors. Take a minute to "tootle" on yourself! For this week you will tootle your self about last weeks learning. Use the sentence starter below I am proud of myself because I now understand Levels of Organization ..... Make sure you list the order from smallest to greatest include explanatIon of your understanding of the following vocabulary words: - CIRCULATORY SYSTEM - RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - SKELETAL SYSTEM - MUSCULAR SYSTEM 1. Click the button. 2. You choose how you are going to "tootle" on yourself: , , , ,...etc... 3. Give me details! Feel free to add , , , etc... to help share your tootle! 4. Click the to send to your teacher for approval. Once approved, you can see your Tootling Tuesday addition in the Student Feed.

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Math, Social Emotional Learning
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Tootling Tuesday: Tootling is a classroom-based intervention used to increase peer prosocial behaviors, particularly offering and receiving help, while decreasing negative and disruptive peer interactions. Tootling is like tattling but refers to the reporting of only positive, rather than inappropriate, social behaviors. The objective of tootling is to get students to engage in more prosocial behaviors and to be aware and appreciative of these behaviors in others. Tootling is also helpful for teachers to foster awareness of positive behaviors and increase praise while downplaying a focus on negative behaviors and punishment. The word “tootling” is a combination of “tattling” (monitoring and reporting classmates antisocial behavior) and the expression (Taken from https://findwords.info/term/tootling) Check out Twitter for more Tootling Tuesday interactions: https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&q=%23tootlingtuesday&src=typd&lang=en