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TCHR 6020 Spring 2011 Class 2


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TCHR 6020 Spring 2011 Class 2

  1. 1. August 30, 2010<br />Drs. Anderson and Housand <br />East Carolina University<br />WELCOME TO TCHR 6020<br />1.18.11<br />
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  3. 3. January 18, 2011<br />Tales From The Field<br />Organizing Your Classroom<br />Arrangement Activity<br />Manager of the Day<br />GimmeFive!<br />Tech Tool Time<br />Teachers on Film<br />TGS<br />CMP Guidelines<br />
  4. 4. Tales FromThe Field<br />
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  6. 6. Organizing <br />Your Classroom <br />and Supplies<br />
  7. 7. Keep High Traffic Areas Free of Congestion<br />
  8. 8. Be sure that students can be easily seen by the teacher.<br />
  9. 9. Keep frequently used teaching materials and student supplies readily accessible. <br />
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  11. 11. Be certain students can easily see whole class presentation and displays.<br />
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  13. 13. Effective Room Arrangement Activity<br />
  14. 14. Classroom Architect <br /><br />Autodesk Homestyler<br /><br />
  15. 15. Fred<br />"For teaching to be enjoyable, you must be able to simply relax and teach. Classroom management must be built from the ground up so that most problems do not occur."<br />
  16. 16. About Fred Jones<br />Clinical psychologist<br />Classroom management system described in his books:<br />Positive Classroom Discipline—1987<br />Positive Classroom Instruction—1987<br />Fred Jones’s Tools for Teaching—2007<br />
  17. 17. Jones’ Research on Teaching and Learning<br />In the 1970s Jones and his research partners spent thousands of hours observing numerous elementary and secondary teachers<br />Wanted to pinpoint methods of teaching and classroom management that kept students working positively and productively<br />Wanted to identify what expert teachers do to provide help to students & how they dealt with misbehavior when it occurred<br />
  18. 18. Jones’s Research on Student Misbehavior <br />Found very little student defiance but huge amounts of “massive time wasting”<br />Students talking, goofing off, daydreaming, moving about the room without permission<br />In well managed classrooms behaviors indicative of massive time wasting occur every 2 minutes—in unruly classrooms 2.5 times PER minute<br />95% of student misbehavior consists of this massive time wasting<br />These types of behaviors cause teachers to lose 50% of time for instruction<br />
  19. 19. Jones’s Research on Student Misbehavior<br />Found that when students are asked to work independently—misbehavior begins<br />Hands go up, talking begins, students move around, students look out the window, goofing off begins<br />Most teachers resort to nagging and/or reteaching to the helpless hand raisers<br />Or resort to punitive measures<br />He found that successful teachers have a set of core competencies that enable students to learn and manage their own behavior<br />
  20. 20. Effective Teachers<br />Establish a classroom structure that discourages misbehavior<br />Use nonverbal communication (body posture, facial expressions, gestures, eye contact, proximity)<br />Use Say, See, Do teaching along with incentives<br />Deter helpless hand raising by providing efficient help during independent student work<br />
  21. 21. Fred Jones discusses six clusters of effective teacher skills that contribute to positive and unobtrusive discipline where students profitably and enjoyably engage in learning.<br />
  22. 22. Skill Cluster 1<br />Classroom Structure to Discourage Misbehavior<br />Room Arrangement<br />Classroom Rules<br />Classroom Chores<br />Opening Routines<br />
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  25. 25. Skill Cluster 2<br />Limit Setting through Class Agreements<br />Students determine limits on behavior<br />Classroom rules<br />Students determine incentives and social rewards<br />Incentives must have instructional value <br />Students determine back up systems for misbehavior<br />
  26. 26. Skill Cluster 3<br />Limit Setting through Body Language<br />Proper Breathing<br />Eye Contact<br />Physical Proximity<br />Body Carriage<br />Facial Expressions<br />
  27. 27. Skill Cluster 4Say, See, Do Teaching with VIP’s <br />Teacher Input<br />Student Output<br />Teacher Input<br />Student Output<br />
  28. 28. Skill Cluster 5<br />Three Management Styles<br />Some teach well and reward well<br />Some nag, threaten, and punish<br />Some lower standards and accept anything<br />
  29. 29. Skill Cluster 5<br />Responsibility Training Through Incentive Systems<br />Grandma’s Rule<br />Student Responsibility<br />Genuine Incentives<br />PAT (Preferred Activity Time)<br />Educational Value<br />Group Concern<br />Ease of Implementation<br />Omission Training<br />Backup Systems<br />
  30. 30. Skill Cluster 6<br />Providing Efficient Help To Individual Students<br />Helpless Hand Raising<br />Seatwork’s Four Problems<br />Insufficient time for teachers to answer all requests for help<br />Wasted student time<br />High potential for misbehavior<br />Perpetuation of dependency <br />
  31. 31. Skill Cluster 6<br />Organize the classroom so that students are within easy reach of the teacher.<br />Use visual instruction plans and graphic reminders<br />Reduce the amount of time spent giving individual help<br /> Be Positive, Be Brief, Be Gone!<br />
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  33. 33. H A L F T I M E<br />
  34. 34. Gimme Five!<br />Five Fabulous Tricks, Tips, and Tools for Today’s Teacher<br />Today’s Five<br />Housand’s Heroes<br />Kid Lit<br />Maps<br />NCSCOS<br />Tech Tool Time<br />
  35. 35. Benjamin Franklin<br />January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790<br />Scientist<br />Inventor<br />Statesman<br />Printer<br />Philosopher<br />Musician<br />Economist<br />A place for everything and everything in its place.<br />
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  38. 38. The Adventures of Ben Franklin<br />Action Figure<br /><br />
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  41. 41. TEACHERS<br />ON FILM<br />ECU<br />TCHR6020<br />Dr. H <br />
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  44. 44. 9 Purposes for Bulletin Boards<br />Information giving<br />Rule reminders<br />Demonstrations<br />Motivation<br />Stimulation<br />Student work displays<br />Teacher interests<br />Reinforcement<br />Entertainment<br />
  45. 45. A Learning <br />Conservatory<br /><br />
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  47. 47. Classroom Management Plan<br />Due February 8, 2011<br /><br />
  48. 48. READ:<br />E&E Chapter 2<br />TGS Chapters 9, 11, 13, 14, & 15<br />Document BEFORE photos <br />For January24, 2011<br />