S bradford comprehensive classroom management plan outline
Management Plan Outline
• The purpose of this assignment is to provide
an outline representing the key elements of a
Comprehensive Classroom Management Plan.
• The scope for this plan is for a 9th grade level
general science class.
Behavior Discipline and Consequences
• The purpose of this plan is to provide a
framework to enhance an environment of
structure and respect in the science class to
provide the most effective learning
opportunity for the students. The teacher and
students will commit to doing their best
academically and respect the class through
appropriate behavior. To learn is to succeed.
• Proposed five basic rules to build procedures and
consequences around them.
1. Be on-time and in your seats prior to the second bell.
2. Be prepared for each class with your binder,
notebook, textbook and any supplies needed for the
3. Follow directions the first time without interrupting
4. Respect your fellow classmate’s personal space and
5. Participate in class activities and assignments and be
prepared to give your best every day.
• Procedure should directly link to rules (as
much as possible) so students can relate to
the importance of following directions.
Procedures will include:
– Starting Class
– Following Directions and Respecting Others
– Participation and Daily Activities
– Bathroom Breaks and Leaving the Class (General)
– Dismissal Process
Discipline and Consequences
• A review of the core class rules should be given in
• Consequences are listed for student choices in
ignoring or breaking rules
– Consequences are categorized based on the type of
infraction and the steps of discipline for multiple
– This should be coordinated with school policy.
• Potential ‘rewards’ for rule compliance are
explained and reasons for awards outlined.
– This will include a point system or similar approach.
• Create a methodology to communicate the
rules, responsibilities and obligations to
students, parents and staff. Targets will include:
– Post rules and procedures in the classroom;
– Create reminder cards for students to tape in their
– Communicate expectations from the first day of class.
– Review as necessary.
– Have students/parents sign an acknowledgement of
Classroom Management Part 1: Learning the Components of a Comprehensive
Behavior Management Plan. (2014 ). The IRIS Center: Peabody College,
Vanderbilt University. Nashville, Tennessee. Retrieved from
Classroom Management and Organization: A Game Plan for Success. (Undated).
Prince George’s County Public Schools. Electronic Learning Community. Retreived