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By creating respectful learning environments, students feel safe and empowered. Teachers can teach and students can learn.

By creating respectful learning environments, students feel safe and empowered. Teachers can teach and students can learn.

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  • Passive: Directions not clear; Does not back up words with actionsAggressive: Hostile; sarcasm; adultism; students’ rights deniedAssertive: Desired form of communication
  • Attempt to intervene without interrupting instruction.
  • Can keep records by class or by student

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  • Creating Respectful Classrooms
    Introduction to the full-day workshop
    Contact
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant and Trainer
    for complete details
    barbarafadams@yahoo.com
    (585) 200-8769
  • Barbara F. Adams
    Educational Consultant & Trainer
    Guiding the Way to Success©
    barbarafadams@yahoo.com
    www.barbarafadams.com
    (585) 200-8769
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Creating Respectful Classrooms
    Where Teachers Can Teach
    &
    Students Can Learn ©
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer
    Guiding the way to success ©
  • Think back to a teacher who made you feel welcome in the classroom:
    How did she do that?
    What was his manner like?
    How safe did you feel in her classroom?
    How did he treat you and your peers?
    How did she react to misbehaving students?
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Communication~ 3 Basic Styles:
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Clearly communicates expectations to students
    Expresses disapproval of the specific, inappropriate behavior & immediately follows up with what is expected
    Does not jeopardize student’s rights
    Addresses inappropriateness of behavior while allowing student to maintain dignity
    The Assertive Teacher
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Knows the exact behaviors wanted and informs students of expectations
    Clearly and firmly communicates in a respectful manner
    Is centered, focused and exudes confidence
    The Assertive Teacher
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Teachers have a right to teach. Students have a right to learn.
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Hierarchy of Interventions
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Disciplining assertively and respectfully reduces the need for constant intervention, creating a classroom where~
    Teachers Can Teach &
    Students Can Learn ©
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Disciplining Assertively & Respectfully
  • Effective discipline is a process that evolves over time.
    Seeking input, advice and support is a sign of strength and confidence, not a sign of weakness or lack of control.
    A vital part of an administrator’s job is supporting classroom management through dialogue with the teacher and through his/her presence throughout the building.
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    ALLIES~
  • The plan includes:
    Rules
    Disciplinary consequences
    Positive reinforcement
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Develop & Post Classroom Discipline Plan
  • Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Positive Reinforcements
    Use frequent praise. Be specific in noting the behavior that you are reinforcing.
    Choose rewards students like.
    Choose rewards with which you are comfortable.
    Never take rewards away as punishment.
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    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Elementary Positive ReinforcementSome examples?
  • Severe Clause
    Any action that threatens the health, safety, or well-being of any person
    Willful disobedience
    Insubordination
    IMMEDIATE REFERRAL TO ADMINISTRATOR
    CALL OFFICE
    NOTIFY SECURITY
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
  • Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Secondary Rules~Example
  • Make plans available
    Follow up on sub’s notes of students who misbehave
    Enforce consequences
    Praise positive behavior ~ Be specific
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Work with substitutes
  • Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    KEEP RECORDS!
    CLASS PERIOD _________________________________
  • So That Teachers Can Teach
    &
    Students Can Learn©
    FOR COMPLETE WORKSHOP DETAILS CONTACT:
    Barbara F. Adams
    Educational Consultant & Trainer
    (585)200-8769
    barbarafadams@yahoo.com
    www.barbarafadams.com
    Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms
    Guiding the Way to Success ©