The Well-Managed    Classroom  Class-Wide (Universal) Structures                            Alan Robinson, CPS-OST
Maximize StructureArrange the physical structure for safety, movement, observation, and learning.Arrange behavioral struct...
Post, teach, review,      monitor, & reinforce         expectations•   Positively worded and observable•   Taught exactly ...
Classroom RulesExamples                                                   Non-examples                                    ...
Expectations for Classroom Routines                   Small  Group Activity    Independent Seat Work            Transition...
Actively engage students  in observable ways                  Actively engaged students
Cold CallingRead Aloud Techniques                          Teaching Techniques Videos
Think (write) – Pair – ShareResponse Logs / Journal Entries    Quick Reply:    Whiteboards
Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down / Wavy PalmWindshield: Clear…       Bugs…Mud                            Road Map:                 ...
Use a continuum of    strategies for    responding toappropriate behaviors Character Bingo! and Low- and No-Cost Student R...
Use a continuum ofstrategies to respond toinappropriate behaviors.        Sample: Hierarchy of Classroom Consequences
Lori NewcomerUniversity of MissouriGeoff ColvinUniversity of Oregon    Please be kind & ask permission before using    thi...
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    1. 1. The Well-Managed Classroom Class-Wide (Universal) Structures Alan Robinson, CPS-OST
    2. 2. Maximize StructureArrange the physical structure for safety, movement, observation, and learning.Arrange behavioral structure to maximize compliance for increased teaching and learning time.
    3. 3. Post, teach, review, monitor, & reinforce expectations• Positively worded and observable• Taught exactly like academics• Reviewed often (pre-corrects)• Reinforce and expect 100% compliance
    4. 4. Classroom RulesExamples Non-examples •    Be responsible.•    Turn in completed assignments on time. •    Be a good citizen.•    Walk at all times in the classroom. •    Respect authority.•    Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself. •    Pay attention.•    Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak. •    Be ready to learn.•    Do what your teacher asks immediately. •    Do your best.•    Be in your seat when the bell rings. •    Be kind to others.•    Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself. •    Be polite.•    Be on task during work times. •    Be safe.
    5. 5. Expectations for Classroom Routines Small  Group Activity Independent Seat Work Transitions • Listen to others • Raise hand before • Hands to selfRespectful • Accept each other’s talking • Move quietly answers and opinions • Work quietly • Keep space between you and others in line • Follow directions • Stay on task • Put materials away • Stay on task • Manage time wisely • Get required materialsResponsible • Remain in seat unless • Stay with your group ready • Use time wisely you have permission to be • Follow directions up • Do your share of the • Wait quietly if the • Leave the area cleanCooperative work teacher is assisting a and orderly • Everyone participates classmate • Help your neighbor
    6. 6. Actively engage students in observable ways Actively engaged students
    7. 7. Cold CallingRead Aloud Techniques Teaching Techniques Videos
    8. 8. Think (write) – Pair – ShareResponse Logs / Journal Entries Quick Reply: Whiteboards
    9. 9. Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down / Wavy PalmWindshield: Clear… Bugs…Mud Road Map: I Know the Way… I Need to Follow You …I’m Lost!
    10. 10. Use a continuum of strategies for responding toappropriate behaviors Character Bingo! and Low- and No-Cost Student Rewards: Rewards list
    11. 11. Use a continuum ofstrategies to respond toinappropriate behaviors. Sample: Hierarchy of Classroom Consequences
    12. 12. Lori NewcomerUniversity of MissouriGeoff ColvinUniversity of Oregon Please be kind & ask permission before using this presentation: aerobinson1@cps.edu More information @ https://sites.google.com/site/pbis299/ aerobinson1@cps.edu
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