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Copy of Classroom Management Using PBIS

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Transcript of Copy of Classroom Management Using PBIS

Warrington Middle School Summer PD Series
Monday, July 27, 2015

What is Classroom Management?
Students are
WELL-BEHAVED

ULTIMATE GOAL: BUILD A STRONG CLASSROOM CULTURE

A culture where students are:

Inspired to work hard
• Motivated to learn
• Collaborate with their peers

III. Prepare Routines and Procedures
Step 3:
Develop a plan to display your procedures
Building A Culture of Achievement Through Effective Classroom Management
Objectives:
Understand and apply classroom management as a system.
Create an action plan for using Guidelines for Success, rules and procedures.

Six Principles of Building a Culture of Achievement
Q & A
Time

I. Maintain High Expectations
II. Establish Rules and Consequences
III.
Prepare Routines and Procedures
IV. Respond Appropriately and Consistently to Misbehavior
V. Create a Classroom Community
VI. Enhance Students Desire to Succeed by Motivating and Celebrating Achievements
Question:

How would you rate each the performance?
B. Determine Clear and Consistent Procedures for Academic Activities
Myth or Fact
Target behaviors

Rocket Behavior

Rug Rules

NOTICE…

Tattling

Pizza Pan Praise

Create a mini-break room in your classroom. A “BR” single may even be helpful.

Take a break 

This works at all ages levels.
Examples:
Stickers- Elementary
Passes (RR)- Middle or High

Sticker Cards

Great in a Math class of all ages….

-number cubes
-examples problems

Random number… 

This could even work in middle and high school. Have the periods compete against each other.

These are tools to making classroom management fun and time effective

This one could be used for an individual student. This student has a folder with pictures.

1st Year Teacher Confessions

Key Elements of Classroom Culture
Classroom culture goes beyond GOOD BEHAVIOR
Why should you focus on building a strong classroom culture?
LOW EXPECTATIONS
LOW PERFORMANCE
I. Maintain High Expectations for Students' Academic and Behavioral Performance
Core Belief:
All students are capable of
SUCCESS
Students' emotional problems make good behavior impossible.

Students in any environment generally rise to the expectations set for them.

Inadequate parenting undermines a teacher's ability to maintain a controlled classroom.

Some students may need extra support in order to learn how to behave properly.




1. Guard your tongue
2. Set an example
3. Maintain your vision
4. Be reflective
5. Don't take it personal
6. Make an effort to show interest
7. Consult with colleagues
Sustainability can be difficult
B. Develop and Implement Guidelines for Success
Monitor what you Communicate
Sample Guidelines for Success
1. Be responsible
2. Be respectful
3. Be resourceful
The Three B's of PBIS
Guidelines vs. Rules
Rules: specific, observable and measurable behaviors.
Guidelines: attitudes or traits that inspire behaviors.
Think-Write-Pair-Share
Think
: View samples & brainstorm your own ideas on character traits
Write
: 3-6 guidelines
Pair
: Collaborate to refine your guidelines
Share
: Your final product
In Conclusion
Focus on building a culture of achievement.
Hold high expectations for all students.
Establishing Guidelines for Success gives students a framework to develop character.
Procedures help to maximize the efficiency of be tour classroom.
Procedures must to taught, modeled, and reinforced just like rules.
Exit Slip
www.socrative.com
Room:egriffin

In which of these classes would you do better?
Professor Prepared
Starts on time
Organized
Uses time efficiently
Clear states requires for assignments
Professor Ahotmess
"I've learned that people will forget what you've said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel"
Dr. Maya Angelou

Never starts on time
Sorting through notes
Off topic
Never clearly states requirements
A teacher's organization affects his students. If he is clear and motivated, his students are likely to be as well.

(Moran, Stobbe, Baron, Miller & Moir; Simola, 1996)
Procedures and routines create a classroom environment where everyone understands which student behaviors are appropriate and which teacher responses are expected in every situation.
Teaches

specific behaviors
for
specific circumstances
.
Help
classrooms run more efficiently, thereby
maximizing instructional time
.
A. Define Clear and Consistent Procedures for Non-Academic Activities
Determine the classroom events that will rob you of valuable instructional time and design a plan to solve that problem.
The foundation for outlining behaviors during academic focused activities can be properly achieved through CHAMPs.
C - Conversation
H - Help
A - Activity
M - Movement
P - Participation
Step 1
: Make a list of all academic activities.
Step 2
: Use the acronym to guide the development of behavioral expectations.
Step 4
: Develop a preliminary plan and prepare for teaching your procedure
Entrance/Exit
Do Now
Modeled Practice
Guided Practice
Shared Practice
Independent Practice
Assessments
Explain
Model
Practice
Reteach
ACHIEVEMENT
Planning your Procedures
Task:
Develop a preliminary plan for procedures using the templates provided.
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