Schools create a matrix for teaching behavior expectations. Specific school locations are identified and "filled in" across the top of the matrix. The school identifies three to five behavior expectations, written down the side of the matrix. Each cell describes typical examples of the behavior expectation in that specific setting.
Here is a Sample Matrix for Teaching Behavior Expectations.
The video below shows Ferry School's behavior expectations and how these expectations are demonstrated in the hallways.
Below are several examples of Teaching Behavior Expectations matrices from participating MiBLSi schools: