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STOIC and CHAMPS for 21st Century CLC ACE

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  • 1. Conversation: Limit your comments to those near you. Voice Level up to 2. Put your phones on silent or vibrate. If you must answer, please move your conversation outside of this room. Help: Raise your hand and call out if you have questions or a comment. Activity: Introduction to CHAMPS; GOAL: An after school plan Movement: Take care of your needs. Participation: Engaged in learning and applying the things we talk about nodding your head once in awhile, taking notes is good; better – completing the Management Plan sections as we go through them. Signal: To bring you back to “Big Group.” Success: We’ll review these at the end to see how we did.
  • 2. CDirective IOTS
  • 3. noun 1. Tending t o remain unemot ional, especially showing admirablepat ienceand endurancein t hefaceof adversit y.
  • 4. Conditions Set the Stage for (Antecedents) An Individual’s Behavior (The Behavior) Pleasant Outcomes which increase likelihood of the behavior in the future Unpleasant Outcomes which reduce likelihood of the behavior in the future
  • 5. Increase value • Build positive relationships with students by increasing noncontingent attention. • Provide positive feedback to students • Providing Intermittent celebrations • Strive to provide a high ratio of positive interactions
  • 6. Structure S
  • 7. Let’s put it on Paper • Guidelines for Success • Rules –Remember the guidelines about rules • Attention Signal –Your campus may have one –You might have an additional one for your room
  • 8. Organizing all classroom settings for success. – Physical arrangements – Scheduling issues – Organizational patterns – Routines and procedures – Expectations for students • Activities – whole group instruction – independent seat work – cooperative groups – taking tests • Transitions – from one activity to another – from one place to another
  • 9. TS Teach
  • 10. OTS Observe
  • 11. Interact IOTS
  • 12. Accurate Specific and descriptive Contingent Age-appropriate Given immediately Given in a manner that fits your style
  • 13. Correct CDirective IOTS