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Management strategies ci406 fall 2011

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  • 1. Management StrategiesTone of Voice“Carpet Check” “Line Check”Two Finger TestFollow through with Consequences (after one warning)Reset – Nutured Heart ApproachStudents review expectations instead of teacherHand Signal to line upGood Behavior Examples, Positive Praise (General, Specific)Wait TimeStudent Monitors to choose others to sign Respect BoardTake away Individual Recess Time (Sounds like a Choice)Teacher Dismisses Students; Go Back if too loudPositive Reinforcement when it would be appropriate to scoldAsking, “Are you making the right choice?”Circulating around the classroom – ProximityStop Light Chart (Whole Class Behavior Management Chart)Butterfly Points – 1 thing they could have done better; 1 thing they didwell; done each day and at so many points get a class rewardIndividual Behavior Charts – Parent signed at the end of the weekRed Stick/Green StickTelling students they look like “big” kids.Ticket system – get so many each week; give back based on behaviorTeacher’s attention is the “PRIZE” – ignoring misbehaviors and focusingon the behaviors you should be seeingGroup Work Leaders get to give “prizes” – ownershipSelf Discipline – work problems out with one anotherTransitioning – Show Ready SignalClap Pattern“Green Lunch” – at the end of the week - lunch with the teacher basedon behavior, homework, etcParticipation – popsicle sticks with student picsPaw Prints for Prizes – distributed when students are focused, behaving,etc.StickersGroup Work – 3 before me Rule: ask 3 students before asking theteacherBody Language – Teacher Look

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