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Breaking the Cycle of Student Misbehavior/Putting it all together
Transcript of Breaking the Cycle of Student Misbehavior/Putting it all together
(Putting It All Together)
Why do students act out?
problems outside of school
Tips for temporary change
Putting It All Together
Classroom Management: The Big Picture
5 Keys for Permanent Change
How to deal with limited time
Teaching and Learning: The Big Picture
Our own lives: The really big picture
Our ability to be truly happy is tied directly to the notion that real happiness is a choice we can make
Talk to your students about their lives at home. Take the time to talk to them, not about poor behavior, but about anything that interests them.
I-Statements and active listening
Make statements about ourselves using "I" to keep your student from becoming defensive. Repeat back to the student what you heard from them.
If students are hungry, feed them!
Find ways to meet student needs that don't disrupt the classroom environment.
Give students jobs
Involve them in the classroom
Find ways for fidgety students to move.
Have opportunities to practice changing
Be conscious of their choices
Receive ongoing support
Start with the student/s that affect the rest of the class
Doesn't want to change?
Students want power and control
Student tells the teacher what his misbehavior was
Student describes what appropriate behavior should look and sound like
Teacher cleans the slate
Should be signed by student, parent, and teacher
Break appropriate behavior into smaller parts
Build on success
Invisible Classroom Management
An Observation Checklist
A willingness to take risks
A willingness to be frustrated
Relaxed yet Passionate
requires a deep commitment to assuming the best of ourselves and others
remembering that though all of the challenges
Inner apology and inner authority
grows over time
there is no limit to its growth
"There are two things we must give children: The first is roots, the other, wings"
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Want to change
Know how to change
Fill out a form
Student generated action plan
A healthy portion of fun
A willingness to be lost
Recipe for Learning