Note: Chapter Definitions Speaker is SarahBehavior settings:Physical and social features of a particular environmentStanding pattern of behavior:Norms and expectations associated with a classroom settingRules:Necessary to ensure a safe and productive learning environmentConventional consequences:Intended to serve as a form of punishment that deters future misbehavior.(Ex: time out or loss of privileges)Discipline hierarchy:Lists generic consequences in increasing order of severityLogical Consequences:Allow students to make right what they have done wrongInstructional consequences:Teach students how to correct the behavior & provide examples ofpunitive function
Note: Chapter Definitions Cont. Speaker is SarahClass meetings:Used for participatory classroom management in which teachers &students make joint decisions about class rules & consequences, roomarrangement, & preferred activitiesRoutine:A predictable schedule or course of actionProcedures:Describe how to accomplish activities in the classroomClass-running procedures:The nonacademic routines that help the classroom run smoothlyLesson-running procedures:Support instruction by identifying the specific behaviors required in orderfor teaching and learning to happenInteraction procedures:Rules for talking. They specify when talking is permitted in the classroomand how it should occur
Note:Time/Instructional Management Speaker is Kira• Establish and follow a classroom schedule – Known as a routine• Develop guidelines for daily routines – These guidelines are known as procedures• Predictable routines allow http://vibraaraucania.net78.net/Imagenes/ students to move smoothly CINE/School_of_Rock2.jpg from one activity to the other without losing learning time.
Note:Time/Instructional Management Speaker is Kira• Manage nonacademic time efficiently – Can be done by using class-running procedures. • Examples: taking attendance, sharpening pencils at the beginning of class, and recording upcoming assignments in a student planner.• Identify goals and responsibilities – Can be done by using lesson-running procedures. • Examples: collecting homework, transitioning between classrooms, and distributing materials.
Note:Time/Instructional Management Speaker is Kira• Emphasize individual achievement.• Use purposeful and relevant teaching methods and activities.• Monitor progress and provide corrective feedback. http://www.moviesthatmatter.nl/afbeeldingen/filmstrip/freedomwriters.jpg
Note:Behavior Management Speaker is Adam Stage 1:Recalcitrant Behavior Stage 2: Self-Serving Behavior Stage 3:Interpersonal Discipline Stage 4: Self-Discipline
Note:Behavior Management Speaker is Adam Pending Slide
Note: Establishing Classroom Rules Speaker is Amanda Rules should reflect one of these purposes:1. To enhance work engagement2. To promote safety and security3. To prevent disturbance to other or to ongoing class activities4. To promote acceptable standards of courtesy and interpersonal relations http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_78hwo2s7cB8/S34mFnW FXrI/AAAAAAAAAEw/-kiKHdHRk6A/s320/ stand+and+deliver+2.png
Note: Establishing Classroom Rules Speaker is Amanda1. Establish rules early, at the beginning of the school year.2. Involve students in establishing the rules and identifying why they are important.3. Limit the number of rules.4. State rules positively in clear short terms.5. Identify rewards and consequences.6. Post rules in the classroom or give a copy to the students to keep.
Note: Establishing Classroom Rules Speaker is Amanda7. Practice and review the rule frequently, especially in the beginning of the school year.8. Inform parents of rules & expectations at the beginning of the school year. Done by letter, e-mail, parent orientation, or by a class web site.9. Rules will vary with age and maturity of the students. http://image.toutlecine.com/photos/b/r/e/breakfast-club-1985-08-g.jpg
Note: Teacher Effectiveness Speaker is Kyle Effective teachers anticipate and prevent potential problems by implementing the following:• Be sensitive to student uncertainty during the first few days of school• Plan activities and assignments that help build a strong learning base for the first few days to ensure maximum student success, and start the year in a positive light• Assess the range of abilities and tailor instruction to meet their needs• Be available, visible and in charge• Clearly communicate rules, procedures and expectations• Closely monitor student compliance with rules and procedures and intervene quickly to correct problem behaviors http://media.beta.photobucket.com/user/vandri/media/Bad_Teacher_Film1.jp g.html?filters[term]=bad%20teacher%20diaz&filters[primary]=images
Note:Teacher Effectiveness Speaker is Kyle Pending Slide
Note: Current Event Speaker is Cortney“Teacher loses license after soliciting massages” An elementary school teacher was accused of offering her students rewards in exchange for massages in Broward County, FL. Nov 24, 2012—Sun Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale Fl.http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/education/fl-teacher-license-massage-20121123,0,2940042.story
Note: Current Event Speaker is Cortney It is the responsibility of a teacher to motivate, encourage and set rules for students. Have you had a teacher that did not appropriately motivate a classroom?Perhaps through poor time management or unclear rules?
Note: Review Speaker is MeredithPending Slides