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Harry Wong Classroom Management

  1. 1. Harry Wong CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT By: Courtney Runyon, Shirley Mounts, & Morgan Casey
  2. 2. About Wong:  An educator & educational speaker  From San Francisco, CA  Received undergraduate degree from the University of California & doctorate from Brigham Young University in Utah  Former high school science teacher  Awarded the Horace Mann Outstanding Educator Award & the Outstanding Biology Teacher Award  Received first Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Teacher’s Hall of Fame in 2012, in Emporia, Kansas
  3. 3. About Wong (continued):  Married a Sicilian woman named Rosemary  They have three children and four grandchildren  Travel across country mentoring teachers  Built a school in Cambodia  Are the most sought after speakers in education.  Travel the world teaching teachers about classroom management
  4. 4. Author:  Works include The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher and New Teacher Induction.  The First Days of School has sold over 3.6 million copies.  He advocates classroom management and procedures over discipline.
  5. 5. Theory Overview “No learning takes place when you discipline. All disciplining does is stop deviant behavior, which must be done, but no learning has taken place. Learning only takes place when the students are at work, or as we say in education, on-task.”
  6. 6. Teacher’s Actions  Ineffective teachers begin the first day of school attempting to teach a subject and spend the rest of the school year running after the students.  Effective teachers spend most of the first two weeks of the school year teaching students to follow classroom procedures. “Effective teacher manages a classroom, ineffective teacher disciplines a classroom.”
  7. 7. Harry Wong: Discipline & Procedures  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u27OKWfLh6Y
  8. 8. Teacher’s Responsibilities  The Three-Step Approach for Teaching Classroom Procedures 
  Explain: State, explain, model, and demonstrate the procedure.  Rehearse: Rehearse and practice the procedure under your supervision.  Reinforce: Reteach, rehearse, practice, and reinforce the classroom procedure until it becomes a student habit or routine.
  9. 9. First days of school can make or break you A SUCCESSFUL TEACHER IS READY:  The work is ready  The room is ready  The teacher is ready
  10. 10. Pros & Cons of Harry Wong Pros: Cons:  Approach of an effective teacher  No room for flexibility  Three Step Approach for Teaching Classroom Procedures  Doesn’t take different individual needs into consideration  Breakdown of procedures and routines, & how this is utilized in a successful classroom.  High expectations = positive results
  11. 11. “One of the greatest gifts a caring teacher can contribute to children is to help them learn to sit when they feel like running, to raise their hand when they feel like talking, to be polite to their neighbor, to stand in line without pushing, and to do their homework when they feel like playing. By introducing procedures in the classroom, you are also introducing procedures as a way of living a happy and successful life.”
  12. 12. Works Cited Wong, Harry. (2000, June). Your First Day. Teachers.net Gazette. Retrieved November 11,2013, from http://teachers.net/gazette/wong.html. Wong, Harry. (Unknown). The WellManaged Classroom. Professional Reference for Teachers. Retrieved November 11, 2013, from http://go.hrw.com/resources/go_sc/gen/HSTPR034.PDF Wong, H. (2012). Aei speakers bureau . Retrieved from http://www.aeispeakers.com/ Unknown. (2013, October 7 ). Biography . Retrieved from http://www.whoislog.info/profile/harry-k-wong.html Harry K. Wong Publications (n.d.). Harry k. wong, ed.d.. Retrieved from http://www.effectiveteaching.com/pages.php?pageid=34 Images: Unknown (Photographer). (2013, Novemeber ). Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching [Print Photo]. Retrieved from http://teachers.net/wong/NOV13/