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Bonny Porter

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Transcript of CHAMPS Review


A person's level of motivation on any given task is a product of both how much the person wants the rewards that accompany success and how much he or she expects to be successful.

Unmotivated students often enter a downward spiral fueled by low expectations, constant criticism, and academic failure.

If a student repeatedly misbehaves, the students is likely more motivated to misbehave
than to behave.

Expectancy X Value = Motivation

Maintain Positive Expectations

Ensure that you have and that you convey high positive expectations for the success of all your students.

1. Arrange your daily schedule to maximize instructional time and responsible behavior and minimize wasted time and irresponsible behavior.

2. Arrange the physical space in your classroom so that is promotes positive student-teacher interactions and reduces the possibility of disruptions.

3. Use an attention signal and teach students to respond to the signal by focusing on you and maintaining complete silence.

4. Design efficient and effective procedures for beginning
and ending the school day or class period.

5. Design efficient and effective procedures for
assigning, monitoring, and collecting
student work.

Teacher Behavior

Actively observe (circulating and scanning)

Being positive
(at least a 3:1 ratio of positive to negative interactions)

Correcting misbehavior fluently
(Calmly, consistently, briefly, immediately)
C (Conversation)
Can students talk to each other?
H (Help)
How do students get questions answered?
A (Activity)
What is the task or objective?
M (Movement)
Can students move about?
P (Participation)
What does expected behavior look and
sound like?
S (Success)
If expectations are followed, students
will be successful.


S Structure your classroom for success.
T Teach behavioral expectations to students.
O Observe and supervise.
I Interact positively with students.
C Correct fluently.

"Students should be treated with dignity and respect. Belittling or ridicule has no place in the effective teacher's repertoire of behavior support practices."
"To effectively manage and motivate a class of students, you need a clear vision of your ideal classroom - what it should look like, what it should sound like, what it should feel like to a class member or a visitor, and what you want your students to accomplish."
Develop Guidelines for Success

Develop and actively share with your students guidelines that describe basic attitudes, traits, and behaviors that will help student be successful in your classroom and throughout their lives.

eamwork for






Part of your responsibility as a
teacher is to let your students
know that they can succeed in
school and to give them guidelines
to follow that will help them
Remember Guidelines for Success can be used as the basis for celebrations of

low expectations = low achievement

high expectations = set the stage for high achievement
The first step in ensuring that you have positive expectations for all students is to honestly and objectively consider the kinds of things you think to yourself and say to others about students.
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