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Effective Classroom Management: Strategies That Work!
Transcript of Effective Classroom Management: Strategies That Work!
Strategies That Work!
by Dr. Anny Yates Effective classroom management means more time
spent on learning, less time spent managing behaviors. Classrooms with well developed classroom management plans, effective strategies in place, and consistent implementation run smoothly and efficiently for both the teacher and the students. Classroom environments are created through rules, routines, and procedures. Teachers and staff can build positive culture through positive behavior strategies and systematic implementation of the classroom management plan. Students enjoy structure and boundaries and thrive on consistency. Classroom management basics:
Rules: Every classroom should have general positive behavior rules that apply to all students.
Routines: Every classroom should have consistent routines to lessen student anxiety and increase productivity
Procedures: Every classroom should have procedures in place for every anticipated event that may occur in the school day. Differential Reinforcement:
DRA: reinforcing an identified replacement behavior
DRI: reinforcing a physically incompatible behavior
DRO: reinforcing any and every behavior except the target behavior
DR of other student: reinforcing a student nearby with positive behavior Strategic Ignoring
Ignoring low level, non-injurious behaviors. Often coupled with DR strategies.
Rules in/out attention as a function. If behaviors increase over time, the function is not attention. Positive Talk:
Every directive worded positively to say what you want to happen
Virtually every statement can be said positively
Builds positive culture in the classroom