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Classroom Management in the Art Room

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Maele Shakespear

on 17 November 2014

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Transcript of Classroom Management in the Art Room

Rules and Routines
Why do you think rules and routines are important with respect to classroom management?
Physical Environment
An Introduction
Caring Relationships
Think of a teacher who you remember as caring. What specific thing did he/she do to make you think he/she cared about you?
Implementing Engaging Instruction
What role do you think engaging instruction plays in one's classroom management plan?
The key to dealing with misbehavior is to be consistent and treat all misbehavior the same.

True or False?
in the art room
Classroom Management
What are three items or qualities that make an art room a place where you want to be with respect to the physical environment?
Arrangement of the Furniture
Is there adequate space to move about the classroom?
Do pathways allow easy access in and out of all areas?
How much interaction among your students are you comfortable with?
What teaching methodologies do I use most frequently (cooperative learning, lecture, discussion, etc.)?
Can all students see instructional presentations without difficulty?
How do you maintain good classroom management in the art room without sacrificing an atmosphere of creativity?
The Process of Classroom Management
Dr. Tracey Garrett Ed.D.
Creating the Physical Environment

Developing Rules & Routines

Establishing Caring Relationships

Implementing Engaging Instruction

Addressing Discipline Problems
Personalize your classroom so that it communicates information about you and your students
Are there displays of student work?
Are the student's names included in some aspect of the design of the classroom?
Are there personal items (i.e., artwork done by the teacher) that help students learn something about the teacher as a person?
Create an aesthetically pleasing environment
Involve the students in the design of the classroom
Make sure frequently used materials are accessible to everyone
Where will materials be located?
Who will have access to those materials?
How will you label supplies?
Locate your desk in an appropriate place
The Difference Between Rules and Routines
communicate an expectation about appropriate overall conduct
i.e., "keep hands, feet and objects to yourself"
provide specific directions about how to complete a task
i.e., using the pencil sharpener
Guidelines to Consider:
How will I develop my rules?
Are my rules stated in a positive way?
Do I have between 5-7 rules?
Do my rules communicate an expectation about appropriate behavior?
Can I enforce my rules consistently?
Class Running Routines to Consider in the art room:
Distributing Materials
Clean-up Time
Sharpening Pencils
Using the Bathroom
Teacher-Student Relationships
Get to know something personal about each student
Greet students when they arrive to your class (Prep. ahead of time so you can do this)
Share laughter with students (not at them!)
Learn student's names
Make eye contact when talking with students
Be yourself
Notice when students are absent
Notice when students are acting differently
Praise more, criticize less
Building Relationships
Use cooperative learning
Hold class discussions
Hold class meetings
Assign class jobs
Set class goals
Establish a class name
Engage in a service learning project
Conduct "getting to know you" activities
Conduct teamwork activities
Planning the Management of a Lesson
Physical design
Rules and Routines
Materials (procedures for distribution and clean-up)
Timing (What to do with the student who finishes early)
Monitoring, accountability, feedback
Best Practices for Giving Directions
Anticipate trouble spots
Demonstrate or model what is to be done
State your expectations for appropriate behavior (i.e., how to handle clay--it shouldn't be flying across the room)
Check for understanding
Don't loose your momentum for minor misbehavior
Explain again (maybe in a different way), if necessary
Key Behaviors of Teachers who Prevent Misbehavior
Keeping the Momentum of a Lesson Going
Plan for variety and challenge in academic activities
Non-Verbal Strategies
(try these first)
The look
Eye contact
Hand signals
Verbal Strategies
Direct the student to the task at hand
Remind the student of the rule
State the student's name
Incorporate student's name into lesson
Call on the student
Logical Consequences
Behavior Modification Plan
Tracking System
Use of reinforcement
How have you arranged the physical environment in your classroom so it is effective?

What ideas do you want to implement into your classroom?
What effective strategies do you use in your classroom to build relationships with students and between students?

What ideas do you want to implement in your classroom?
What types of engaging instructional strategies do you implement in your classroom?

What ideas do you want to implement in your classroom?
What effective rules or routines have you implemented in your classroom?

What ideas for creating rules and routines do you want to implement in how you manage your classroom?
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