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TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
TCHR 6020   Class 5   Spring 2010
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TCHR 6020 Class 5 Spring 2010

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TCHR 6020
Dr. Brian Housand
East Carolina University
Spring 2010

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  • What do these mean to you? How do teachers demonstrate these principles
  • Ron Clark Video
  • Michele Borba believes behavior can be controlled by teaching students Moral IntelligenceStump the Panel: http://www.fredjones.com/PAT/StumpThePanel.html
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    • 1. TCHR 6020MAT Classroom ManagementClass #5<br />Dr. Brian Housand<br />East Carolina University<br />Monday, February 22, 2010<br />
    • 2. Welcome Back<br />Get a laptop.<br />Go to http://moourl.com/6020<br />Log on and post a message at <br />http://todaysmeet.com/tchr6020<br />
    • 3. Today’s Agenda<br />Tales from the Field<br />Trust and Civility according to Charles<br />P. M. Forni: Choosing Civility<br />CMP: Preventative Behavior Management and Motivation Techniques<br />Gimme Five<br />Developing Moral Intelligence with Borba<br />RTM: Designing an Instructional Intervention<br />
    • 4. Tales from the Field<br />
    • 5. Strategy 4: <br />Establishing Trust and Civility <br />
    • 6.
    • 7. Principles That Promote Trust<br />Kindness<br />Consideration<br />Faith In Potential<br />Helpfulness<br />Fairness<br />Honesty<br />Patience<br />
    • 8. P.M. Forni<br />Civility and Considerate Behavior<br />http://krieger.jhu.edu/civility<br />
    • 9. 2 Ways to be VERY Successful<br />Treat others very BADLY!<br />Treat others very well. <br />
    • 10. Choosing Civility<br />Pay Attention<br />Acknowledge Others<br />Think the Best<br />Listen<br />Be Inclusive<br />Speak Kindly<br />Don’t Speak Ill<br />Accept and Give Praise<br />http://tinyurl.com/6020-civility<br />
    • 11. Choosing Civility<br />Respect Even a Subtle “No”<br />Respect Others’ Opinions<br />11. Mind Your Body<br />12. Be Agreeable<br />13. Keep It Down (and Rediscover Silence)<br />14. Respect Other People’s Time<br />15. Respect Other People’s Space<br />16. Apologize Earnestly<br />17. Assert Yourself<br />
    • 12. Choosing Civility<br />18. Avoid Personal Questions<br />19. Care for Your Guests<br />20. Be a Considerate Guest<br />21. Think Twice Before Asking for Favors<br />22. Refrain from Idle Complaints<br />23. Accept and Give Constructive Criticism<br />24. Respect the Environment and Be Gentle to Animals<br />25. Don’t Shift Responsibility and Blame <br />
    • 13. “I can live for two months on a good compliment.”<br />--Mark Twain<br />
    • 14. Classroom Management Plan<br />
    • 15. Reminder! <br />Classroom Management Plan is Due <br />March 8, 2010<br />
    • 16. Preventative Behavior Management and Motivation Techniques<br />Used to facilitate appropriate student behavior while minimizing inappropriate behavior<br />Minimum 2-3 Individual Techniques<br />Minimum 2-3 Whole Class Techniques<br />Incentives must reflect a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards<br />
    • 17. Some Ideas and Resources <br />Examine what is currently being practiced<br />Share with your classmates<br />Look at other classrooms in your school <br />Marvin Marshall in Charles Chapter 9<br />Preventing Discipline Problems: TGS #18<br />Student Interests: TGS #31<br />Teaching Creatively<br />
    • 18.
    • 19. Interest and Rigor Lead To Creative Productivity<br />“We need students to get more deeply interested in things, more involved in them, more engaged in wanting to know, to have projects that they can get excited about and work on over long periods of time, to be stimulated to find things out on their own.”<br />
    • 20. Preferred Activity Time<br />Developed by Fred Jones<br />“Co-opetition”<br />http://fredjones.com/PAT<br />
    • 21. What Motivates You?<br />Post a response on Today’s Meet<br />
    • 22. Gimme Five!<br />Five Fabulous Tricks, Tips, and Tools for Today’s Teacher<br />Today’s Five<br />Challenge<br />Children’s Literature<br />Curriculum Connection<br />Content Resource<br />Computer Tool<br />
    • 23. How many words can you create? <br />Letters in each word must be sequential and connected to one another. <br />Example: S-O-A-R is acceptable, but C-O-R-N is not. <br />
    • 24.
    • 25. NCSCOS<br />Social Studies Elementary Resources<br />
    • 26.
    • 27. http://www.sciencebuddies.org<br />
    • 28. http://www.polleverywhere.com<br />
    • 29. Michele Borbawww.micheleborba.com<br />
    • 30. Moral Intelligence<br />The ability to distinguish right from wrong<br />The establishment and maintenance of strong ethical convictions<br />The willingness to act on those convictions in and honorable way. <br />
    • 31. Seven Virtues of Goodness<br />Empathy<br />Conscience<br />Self-control<br />Respect <br />Kindness<br />Tolerance<br />Fairness<br />
    • 32. Designing an Instructional Intervention<br />Reflective Teaching Module<br />
    • 33.
    • 34.
    • 35. March 1, 2010<br />Charles #5 Intervening Positively<br />RTM: Identifying Variables<br />CMP: Intervention Strategies<br />Greg Mortenson @ Minges 7 PM<br />Next Time<br />

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