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Re: [IPp] classroom testing idea



My son has a watch with 5 alarms on it to help him remember when to test. I
think I got it at walmart.
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Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 4:01 PM
Subject: [IPp] classroom testing idea


> What's the POP opinion of this idea?  (It occurred to me while I was
> sending an email to another pop)
> Lauren can check her bg herself and knows how to read the numbers.  The
> problem is she doesn't always stay on task when she needs to check her
> bg.  I have heard of kids in elementary school using alarm clocks to
> remember when they need to test.  Maybe we can use a reward system if
> Lauren completes her bg check before the snooze alarm goes off again.
> Something like gold starts on a chart and then I give her a reward after
> so many stars.
> Has anyone tried anything like this?  I think it just might work for
> Lauren.
> I'd love to hear any opinions.
> Karen
> p.s. Does anyone know of an alarm clock with a very short snooze cycle?
>
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