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    • 1. Management Share Brittany Pike SED 615 Management Strategy Share February 17, 2011
    • 2. The Raffle JarPositive Management Strategy
    • 3. Inspirationpresented by Ray Glass during my undergrad at theUniversity of Maine at Farmingtonexperimented with my first class in 2009-2010 school year
    • 4. Background InfoIn my class: increased behavioral referrals students receive 5 points class participation (CP) points are part of class grade
    • 5. Grades and Agesused with High School studentscan be used with any age groupDon’t let them fool you, older kids LOVE tickets too, despitehow “babyish” they say it is at first.
    • 6. Materialsraffle tickets (less than $3 for a roll atWalmart)grade book for keeping track of scoresmusic with laptop to play on (optional)1 prize for each class per monthjar or box for each classORenvelopes for each class and a students hat
    • 7. Students receive points based on how they follow classroom rules.1 point: meet no rules2 points:meet one rule3 points: meet 2-3 rules4 points: meet most rules except forone5 points: meet all rules (respectful,listened to others, on time andprepared, appropriate language, andparticipated)
    • 8. When students get 5 points, they get a raffle ticket!
    • 9. How it WorksStudents write their names on the back.Tickets are put into a jar/envelope.Each month, the teacher picks a ticket, and that student gets aprize.The more 5 point CP grades a student gets, the more chancesthey have to win.
    • 10. Prizes I have Givenchocolate/candypencilsgel pensAroma Joe’s gift card ($5)Dunkin Donut’s gift card ($5)Subway gift card ($5)headphones
    • 11. Tips and CommentsPlaying music can make itexciting.Prizes can get expensive.MUST spend first fewweeks of class teachingexpected behaviorsAlways keep tickets wherestudents can see them.
    • 12. Connections to Positive Behavioral Supports (PBS)The ticket acts as the reinforcer.Students are rewarded for appropriate behavior.sets expectations for student behaviorcreates a warm classroom environmentStudents follow rules that pass dead man test (respectful, listenedto others, appropriate language, participated, on time andprepared). (Scheuermann & Hall 2008)
    • 13. Level SystemNegative Management Strategy
    • 14. Basic FactsStudents are on a level system of 1-5, 5 is best behavior and 1is worst behavior.Each level has different privileges or disadvantages (ex: level1 has no 5 minute breaks, level 5 gets to bring a friend tolunch on fridays).Students start at level 3 (standard privileges)
    • 15. How it WorksEach week at team meeting, other students in class decidehow each student will move.Each students stands up and pleads their case.Students move up a level if they had a good week.Students move down a level if they had a bad week.Students move down two spaces if they were suspended orhad detention.
    • 16. Why it’s not PBShave something taken awayfocuses on negative and positive behaviorscreates tension between student relationships and student-teacher relationships (Scheuermann & Hall, 2008)
    • 17. ReferencesScheuermann, K., Hall, J.A. (2008) Positive behavioral supports for the classroom, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. All photos taken by Brittany Pike

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