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Classroom Management Plan

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  • 1. CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE PLAN Rules: 1. I will treat others the way I want them to treat me. 2. I will respect peer and school property. 3. I will use clean and honest language. 4. I will be responsible. Positives: These are the positives I will use to recognize students who follow the rules: When I see a child following the rules I will publically and/or privately acknowledge the student's appropriate behavior by giving verbal praise. When a teacher verbally acknowledes proper behavior and ignores innappopriate behavior (as long as the behavior is not pysically or emotionally harmful to another student), the children soon learn that positive behaviors will get them positive attention while inappropriate behaviors will not get them anything. I also plan to give out good behavior awards throughout the week. These will serve as notes home to the parents that let them know their child has shown favorable behavior in class. Jennifer ...was caught being Good! Very Good!!! Copyright © 2000 BillyBear4Kids.com When a child exhibits extremely exemplary behavior, I plan to phone call or email parents to let them know about these specific instances. By communicating positively with the parents I will build trust with them. If I have the parent's trust then they will be open to communicating with me when problem behaviors occur. At the beginning of the year each student will recieve a bank. Students can earn money for their banks by following the class rules. Some rules are worth more money than others. For example, students who responsibly return a homework packet on Monday morning get one dollar. Students who give attentive listening while the teacher is talking get a quarter. There will be several chances a day to earn money. Each Friday afternoon the students get time to shop at the teacher's store. Item's for sale include: healthy snacks and beverages, day off from homework passes, three minutes early to recess coupons, eat lunch with the teacher coupons, extra comupter time coupons, ten minutes of free time
  • 2. coupon, teacher read me a story coupon, all kinds of children's books, and educational games. There is no credit at the store and the children will learn real money math skills when they buy things. Consequences: This is the discipline heirachry I will use: In front of the classroom, there will be a pocket chart hanging on the white board. Each child has a pocket with their name on it. Each day every child starts with four sticks inside their pocket. FIRST TIME a student disrupts: The child will receive a verbal warning about the inappropriate behavior. SECOND TIME a student disrupts: The child will be asked to remove one of their sticks. This is accompanied by an immediate consequence that fits the child and the misbehavior. For example, the child was not being responsible and didn't finish their work. They have to stay in the classroom and finish their work during a favorite prep class such as art, music, or P.E.. THIRD TIME a student disrupts: The child will be asked to remove a second stick. This is accompanied by an immediate consequence that fits the child and the misbehavior. For example, the student was talking disrespectfully during story time. The child has to leave story time and sit at their desk with their head down. FOURTH TIME a student disrupts: The child will be asked to remove a third stick. This is accompanied by an immediate consequence that fits the child and the misbehavior. The child also looses their chance to spend their money at the teacher's store this week. They have to sit at their desk with their head down while other students get to shop and have free time. FIFTH TIME a student disrupts: The child will be asked to remove a fourth stick. This is accompanied by a call or sad note sent home to parents. Parents must initial the note and provide written communication that they have talked with their child about the misbehavior. SEVERE CLAUSE: If a student ever physically harms another student they will be sent down to the office immediately!

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