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    Student management Student management Presentation Transcript

    • Warm-up
      • Write down a memory from high school.
      • What did you (or another student) do to disrupt the class?
      • Discuss your story with a neighbor.
    • Student Management New Teacher Training September 8, 2010
    • Learning Target
      • We will learn to identify ways to minimize disruptions caused by student behavior
    • Text Poll Question
      • Have you ever had an argument with a teacher in front of the class?
    • Did you win the argument?
      • Yes
      • I don’t remember
      • No
      • Text answer to 22333
      • 48027 emotion
      How did you feel?
    • Bag of Tricks Activity
    • You Tube Activity
      • Group 1
        • Can’t Hold It
      • Group 2
        • The Greatest Multi-tasker?
      • Group 3
        • Fragile Flower
    • What Great Teachers Do Differently 14 Things That Matter Most By Todd Whitaker
      • When a student misbehaves, the great teacher has one goal: to keep that behavior from happening again.
      • The least effective teacher often has a different goal: revenge.
      • Effective teachers are motivated to prevent misbehavior; ineffective teachers are motivated after a student misbehaves, to punish the student.
    • PDAS Evaluation- Domain IV
      • Discipline Procedures
      • Self-discipline/Self-directed Learning
      • Equitable Teacher-Student Interaction
      • Expectations for Behavior
    • PDAS Evaluation- Domain IV
      • Re-directs Disruptive Behavior
      • Reinforces Desired Behavior
      • Equitable and Varied Characteristics
      • Manages Time and Materials
    • Parent Relationships
    • Exit Card
      • Go back to the warm-up question.
      • Use your bag of tricks.
      • How would you handle yourself now that you are the teacher, not the student?