Introduction To Creating Respectful Classrooms I

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By creating respectful learning environments, students feel safe and empowered. Teachers can teach and students can learn.

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  • Passive: Directions not clear; Does not back up words with actionsAggressive: Hostile; sarcasm; adultism; students’ rights deniedAssertive: Desired form of communication
  • Attempt to intervene without interrupting instruction.
  • Can keep records by class or by student
  • Introduction To Creating Respectful Classrooms I

    1. 1. Creating Respectful Classrooms<br />Introduction to the full-day workshop<br />Contact<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant and Trainer <br />for complete details<br />barbarafadams@yahoo.com<br />(585) 200-8769<br />
    2. 2. Barbara F. Adams<br />Educational Consultant & Trainer<br />Guiding the Way to Success©<br />barbarafadams@yahoo.com<br />www.barbarafadams.com<br />(585) 200-8769<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    3. 3. Creating Respectful Classrooms<br />Where Teachers Can Teach<br />&<br /> Students Can Learn ©<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer<br />Guiding the way to success ©<br />
    4. 4. Think back to a teacher who made you feel welcome in the classroom:<br />How did she do that?<br />What was his manner like?<br />How safe did you feel in her classroom?<br />How did he treat you and your peers?<br />How did she react to misbehaving students?<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    5. 5. Communication~ 3 Basic Styles:<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    6. 6. Clearly communicates expectations to students<br />Expresses disapproval of the specific, inappropriate behavior & immediately follows up with what is expected<br />Does not jeopardize student’s rights<br />Addresses inappropriateness of behavior while allowing student to maintain dignity<br />The Assertive Teacher<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    7. 7. Knows the exact behaviors wanted and informs students of expectations<br />Clearly and firmly communicates in a respectful manner<br />Is centered, focused and exudes confidence<br />The Assertive Teacher<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    8. 8. Teachers have a right to teach. Students have a right to learn.<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    9. 9. Hierarchy of Interventions<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    10. 10. Disciplining assertively and respectfully reduces the need for constant intervention, creating a classroom where~<br />Teachers Can Teach &<br />Students Can Learn ©<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    11. 11. Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Disciplining Assertively & Respectfully<br />
    12. 12. Effective discipline is a process that evolves over time.<br />Seeking input, advice and support is a sign of strength and confidence, not a sign of weakness or lack of control.<br />A vital part of an administrator’s job is supporting classroom management through dialogue with the teacher and through his/her presence throughout the building.<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />ALLIES~<br />
    13. 13. The plan includes:<br />Rules<br />Disciplinary consequences<br />Positive reinforcement<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Develop & Post Classroom Discipline Plan<br />
    14. 14. Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Positive Reinforcements<br />Use frequent praise. Be specific in noting the behavior that you are reinforcing.<br />Choose rewards students like.<br />Choose rewards with which you are comfortable.<br />Never take rewards away as punishment.<br />
    15. 15. 1.<br />2.<br />3.<br />4.<br />5.<br />6.<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Elementary Positive ReinforcementSome examples?<br />
    16. 16. Severe Clause<br />Any action that threatens the health, safety, or well-being of any person<br />Willful disobedience<br />Insubordination<br />IMMEDIATE REFERRAL TO ADMINISTRATOR<br />CALL OFFICE<br />NOTIFY SECURITY<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />
    17. 17. Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Secondary Rules~Example<br />
    18. 18. Make plans available <br />Follow up on sub’s notes of students who misbehave<br />Enforce consequences<br />Praise positive behavior ~ Be specific<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Work with substitutes<br />
    19. 19. Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />KEEP RECORDS!<br />CLASS PERIOD _________________________________<br />
    20. 20. So That Teachers Can Teach<br />&<br />Students Can Learn©<br />FOR COMPLETE WORKSHOP DETAILS CONTACT:<br />Barbara F. Adams <br />Educational Consultant & Trainer<br />(585)200-8769<br />barbarafadams@yahoo.com<br />www.barbarafadams.com<br />Barbara F. Adams Educational Consultant & Trainer~Respectful Classrooms<br />Guiding the Way to Success ©<br />

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