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Components of a behavior
management plan
A statement of purpose: why is a
management plan necessary
Rules for students to ...
Purpose
• This is a learning environment where students
will be respectful to everyone and strive
academic success, contin...
Rules
1. Be on time to class
2. Bring everything you need for class
3. Respect everyone in the classroom
4. Follow directi...
Procedures
• Arrival
• Cell phones
• Late/Tardy
• Bathroom
• Water bottles/Gum
• Fire alarms
• Earth quake
Arrival
• Upon arrival you are expect you to be in your
seat when the bell rings
• Pass your homework to the front of the ...
Cell phones
• Phones are not to be out in class unless
required for an assignment and only during
the assignment
• Phones ...
Late/Tardy
• Come into the room quietly and sit down
• Pull out your notes
• Be prepared to ask what you missed at the
end...
Bathroom
• Ask to use the restroom
• Sign out on the sheet by the door
• Go to the bathroom
• Upon returning sign back in
...
Water bottles/Food
• You may bring water to drink from (only
water)
• The bottle must have a lid
• There will be no food i...
Fire alarms
• Look up some standard procedures
• Note this will vary depending on the school
Earth quake
• Look up some standard procedures
• Note this will vary depending on the school
Needs of younger Students
• Determine/research what younger students
need
Needs of older Students
• Determine/research what older students need
Consequences
• Positive
• Negative
Positive Consequence
• Have students explain/teach others
• Let the classroom know when a student is
following the procedu...
Negative Consequences
• General reminder to the classroom
• Individual reminder
• Warning
• Spend time after school with m...
Crises Plan
• Send a student to the office with a crisis behavior
card (red card by the door).
• Send the rest of the clas...
Action Plan
• Develop a tool kit
• Teach the plan to the students
• Share the plan with others – parents,
administrators, ...
Sharing the action plan with Peers
• Give a copy of my rules and procedures to co-
workers
• Make sure management has a co...
Action Plan teach students
• Make a hand out at the beginning of the year
with the information
• Make a classroom poster w...
Action Plan share with Parents
• research ideas on how best to let parents
know about the plan
• Any ideas?
Action Plan Review
• Slide 12 and research ideas
References
• The IRIS Center for Training Enhancements.
(2012). Classroom management (Part 1):
Learning the components of ...
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  1. 1. Components of a behavior management plan A statement of purpose: why is a management plan necessary Rules for students to follow in classroom Procedures: directions for bathroom or other daily items, and directions for occasional items fire drills earth quakes Consequences: An action plan: how to implement management plan
  2. 2. Purpose • This is a learning environment where students will be respectful to everyone and strive academic success, continue to question and become active participants in your education. You are encouraged to be an individual but respect other people’s individuality.
  3. 3. Rules 1. Be on time to class 2. Bring everything you need for class 3. Respect everyone in the classroom 4. Follow directions 5. Talk quietly when working in a group
  4. 4. Procedures • Arrival • Cell phones • Late/Tardy • Bathroom • Water bottles/Gum • Fire alarms • Earth quake
  5. 5. Arrival • Upon arrival you are expect you to be in your seat when the bell rings • Pass your homework to the front of the class for collection • Get your notes out • Have your pencil sharpened and ready to go
  6. 6. Cell phones • Phones are not to be out in class unless required for an assignment and only during the assignment • Phones will be taken for the day if not being used for school work and the appropriate consequence will be given
  7. 7. Late/Tardy • Come into the room quietly and sit down • Pull out your notes • Be prepared to ask what you missed at the end of class
  8. 8. Bathroom • Ask to use the restroom • Sign out on the sheet by the door • Go to the bathroom • Upon returning sign back in • Return to your seat quietly
  9. 9. Water bottles/Food • You may bring water to drink from (only water) • The bottle must have a lid • There will be no food in the classroom unless permission is given
  10. 10. Fire alarms • Look up some standard procedures • Note this will vary depending on the school
  11. 11. Earth quake • Look up some standard procedures • Note this will vary depending on the school
  12. 12. Needs of younger Students • Determine/research what younger students need
  13. 13. Needs of older Students • Determine/research what older students need
  14. 14. Consequences • Positive • Negative
  15. 15. Positive Consequence • Have students explain/teach others • Let the classroom know when a student is following the procedures by acknowledge in front of class (IRIS 2012) • Smile • Let the student know he is doing good • Stickers
  16. 16. Negative Consequences • General reminder to the classroom • Individual reminder • Warning • Spend time after school with me doing homework and talk about what can be done to fix the problem • Contact parent • Principal office (IRIS, part 2, 2012)
  17. 17. Crises Plan • Send a student to the office with a crisis behavior card (red card by the door). • Send the rest of the classroom 2 doors down. • If possible, help the student in crisis to reestablish self-control. • Bring the rest of the students back to class once the crisis has been addressed. • Notify parents of incident.* • * Depending on school policy, this step might be completed by a school administrator (IRIS, part 2, 2012)
  18. 18. Action Plan • Develop a tool kit • Teach the plan to the students • Share the plan with others – parents, administrators, substitute, coworkers • Review the plan regularly
  19. 19. Sharing the action plan with Peers • Give a copy of my rules and procedures to co- workers • Make sure management has a copy • Make a folder for substitute and leave a copy inside. • More information might be included then in the student packet • Research more ideas
  20. 20. Action Plan teach students • Make a hand out at the beginning of the year with the information • Make a classroom poster with the rules • Make a poster with everyday classroom procedures • Research more ideas
  21. 21. Action Plan share with Parents • research ideas on how best to let parents know about the plan • Any ideas?
  22. 22. Action Plan Review • Slide 12 and research ideas
  23. 23. References • The IRIS Center for Training Enhancements. (2012). Classroom management (Part 1): Learning the components of a comprehensive behavior management plan. Retrieved from http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/beh1/ • The IRIS Center for Training Enhancements. (2012). Classroom management (Part 2): Developing Your Own Comprehensive Behavior Management Plan. Retrieved from http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/beh1/
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