Behaviours And Motivation

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Behaviours And Motivation

  1. 1. Behaviour and Motivation for children C.E.I.P. San Fernando Seville (Spain)‏
  2. 2. Table of contents 1.- ROF: The document that contains the organization and working rules in our school. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN: It's a part including in the R.O.F. 2.1.-PEDAGOGIC PRINCIPLES. 2.2.- STRATEGIES 2.3.- MOTIVATION
  3. 3. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT PLAN It has as its main objective to establish a series of measures and actions aimed at attaining a good working atmosphere for both teachers and students Children's rights and duties must be including in this document Every school specify its own “ SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS RULES”
  4. 4. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.1.- PEDAGOGIC PRINCIPLES: a) Development of “Social Skills” * Learning to listen to others * Asking for help * Using dialogue as a way to solve conflicts * Increasing self-esteem and self-confidence * Using consensus in decisions-taking b) Encouraging Teamwork * Taking democratic decisions and reaching consensus * Distribution work according to the abilities of each members of the team c) Respect for other people's experiences and differences
  5. 5. d) Educating with values 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.1.- PEDAGOGIC PRINCIPLES:
  6. 6. a) Informing about School Environment Rules and making class rules 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES:
  7. 8. b) Choosing people to carry out different functions: * In each classroom (students representative, a responsible pupil for classroom library,...)‏ 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES:
  8. 10. b) Choosing people to carry out different functions: * In each classroom (students representative, a responsible pupil for classroom library,... * At the school (a student responsible for natural environment, another one for public areas, ... 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES::
  9. 11. c) A teacher responsible for watching over during breaks (a teacher per 20 pupils). d) Register of incidents: * An incident notebook in each classroom. * Behaviour reports. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES::
  10. 12. e) Congratulating children (Certificate, on website,..). 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES::
  11. 13. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES:: f) Being in contact with families (through the school notebook, blog, weekly meeting,...
  12. 14. g) Disciplinary Action. * Oral or/and written warning. * Depriving the students of the right to enjoy breaks or out of school activities. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES::
  13. 16. g) Disciplinary Action. * Oral or/and written warning. * Depriving the students of the right to enjoy breaks or out of school activities. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.2.- STRATEGIES:: * Temporarily moving pupils to another classroom. * Pupils do extra tasks at school or at home. * Depriving the students of the rights to attend some lessons or to attend school.
  14. 17. a) Team games with sports equipment during breaks. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION:
  15. 18. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: b) Parents give dancing lessons on Fridays.
  16. 19. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: c) Older students read tales to young children.
  17. 20. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: d) Students tell stories on Tuesdays in the library
  18. 21. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: e) Pupils paint traditional games on the playground.
  19. 22. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: e) We've got computers in each classroom.
  20. 23. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: f) We try to compensate for social and academic school inequality. Flexible grouping * A support plan for less advantaged students Dividing a class in two groups to cope with mixed abilities Support amount class-teachers
  21. 24. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: g) Remedial plan. There's a extra teacher at our school to deal with students with slower learning * Morning room (open from 07:30 a.m. to 09:00 a.m.)‏ h) Other facilities with a very cheap price depending of family rent * School canteen * Out-of-school activities (Sports, computer lessons, English,...)‏
  22. 25. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: i) Special education room and speech therapy room k) Interactive and cooperative work. j) Extra lessons in the afternoons for less advantage students (for 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6 th year students)‏
  23. 26. 2.- SCHOOL ENVIROMENT PLAN 2.3.- MOTIVATION: l) Open the school to the parents or mix pupils of different classes and levels to do colective activities for promoting a good atmosphere. Mathematics marathon Autum festival Christmas party Cultural visits (museum, libraries, theatres...)‏ Cultural trips and environment excursions Constitution's Day Andalucia's Day Carnival Art festival May Cross International Book Day End of school year Party Open Days

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