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Dont Lose Your Cool: Dealing With Difficult students

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The Know-it-all. The Worrier. The Heckler. The Rambler. The Cheater. Is one rotten apple going to spoil your whole program? This program provides educators of all levels with insight into the sources …

The Know-it-all. The Worrier. The Heckler. The Rambler. The Cheater. Is one rotten apple going to spoil your whole program? This program provides educators of all levels with insight into the sources of student issues as well as the mistakes that instructors commonly make that contribute to classroom unrest. Using lecture, role-play, and comedy, Rom Duckworth shows how educators can differentiate between difficult students and difficult behaviors, how to deal with immediate classroom problems, and what can be done to avoid trouble before it begins.

Teaching Formats:
-Lecture
-Q & A
-Role-Play

Learning Objectives: Students will learn:
- The application of differing instructional and disciplinary approaches based on an as-sessment of the students’ difficult behaviors.
- The primary policies and practices to have in place to prevent problem pupils.
- Key methods of targeting and eliminating difficult behaviors in the classroom.
- Keeping difficult students on track using the PREPS, LEAST and CCMP methods.

Find more information and presentations at www.romduckworth.com

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  • We should “Send students away… with at least as favorable an attitude toward the subjects taught as when the first arrived.”
  • McClusky
  • Redirecting is taking a behavior that cannot be otherwise modified and channeling it to have positive results. Giving the "know it all" a small group to runUse of cell phones or social media to classroom redirected to use in the educational program.Chit-Chat redirected to small group work
  • This is about developing the practical skills that providers need in the real world like dynamic problem solving, communication, team-building, critical thinking, and self-direction. This is not about investing in technology; this is about investing in students and the care they will provide to our communities.
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    • 1. How to Deal With Difficult Students Presented by Rommie L. Duckworth, LP
    • 2. There are no Difficult Students. There are only Difficult Behaviors. Even GOOD Students have BAD Behaviors Eliminate the Negative-! Accentuate the Positive+!
    • 3. Dr. Malcolm Knowles • Teaching Adults is different. (Andragogy) Dr. Benjamin Bloom • Bloom’s Taxonomy (Ladders of Learning) Dr. Howard McClusky • Theory of Margin (Life Pressures) Dr. Robert Mager • Performance, Conditions, Criterion (Instructional Objectives)
    • 4. Negatively impacts the student’s ability to meet objectives and expectations. Negatively impacts OTHER students’ ability to meet objectives and expectations. Negatively impacts the ability of the program to operate.
    • 5. Yes No
    • 6. Over Sharing Nonparticipation Unprepared for Class Heckling / Disruptive Poor Attention • Drifting / Sleeping • Obviously Bored • Side Conversations • Texting / SM’ing Tardiness Poor Attendance Plagiarism / Cheating Flirtatious Worriers / Needy Threatening / Intimidating Poor Hygiene
    • 7. Physical Discomfort Ignorance Boredom / Disinterest Fear / Worry Relevance Good enough-ness Theory of Margin
    • 8. Positive Discipline Negative Discipline Practices / Policies Classroom Management Feedback In Class Techniques Out of Class Techniques Student Centered
    • 9. Conduct Framework Structure Guidance
    • 10. Fair Flexible Inflexible Guiding, Not Punitive Clearly Communicated Understood & Applied
    • 11. Yes No
    • 12. Foreseeable Immediate Impersonal Consistent
    • 13. WithItNess (Awareness) Overlapping (Multitasking) Momentum (Short Lessons) Smoothness (On Target) Group Focus (Min. Hands-Off)
    • 14. Positive Consequence Reinforcement Extinction: Null Response Negative Stimulus Removal Behavior Redirection Punishment
    • 15. Loiter Eye Contact Action Stop Class Terminate!
    • 16. Counseling Coaching Peer Assistance Mentoring
    • 17. Positive Discipline Negative Discipline Practices / Policies Classroom Management Feedback In Class Techniques Out of Class Techniques Student Centered

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